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McDonald House S. Store 18 N. Store 20 N. Clothiers N. About the National Register Web Site. Easton Historic District Inventory No. Description: The Easton Historic District is an urban district that covers most of the core of Easton, a town on the Maryland Eastern Shore that has a population of about 7, The district contains approximately buildings and structures arranged along a grid pattern of streets and alleys and is primarily residential with the Central Business District located in the western section near the Talbot County Courthouse on Washington Street.
Although the town of Easton was founded in the 18th century, the majority of the buildings in the district, which includes the earliest portion of the town, date from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Shingles in gables, oiled. Roofs left natural. Sashes, dark red. Blinds, Colonial yellow. Central chimney to serve all rooms. Cellar may be placed under part or whole of house, or a circular cellar may be built.
The parlor may be enlarged by a bay-window encroaching upon the veranda. Open fireplaces and mantels may be introduced in hall, parlor and dining-room. The price for working plans, specifications, etc. Soft wood flooring, trim and staircase, painted colors to suit owner. Shingles on gables, oiled. Roof shingles left natural. A small loft is floored over second story for storage. Central chimney accessible from all first story rooms.
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Veranda may be widened and extended, or its present space replanned to enlarge the parlor. A vestibule may be planned in hall. Interior walls are not plastered, but finished with red building paper. Studding and all wood-work is dressed and exposed to view and finished with hard oil varnish. Trim and front door framing for panels, dark brown. Roof shingles dipped in and brush coated with dark red paint.
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Rafters and ceiling of veranda, varnished. Wall shingles of tower and gables, dipped in and brush coated with sienna stain. There is no cellar. Ceiling in tower room is full height. Stairway leads up to a gallery at the side of living-room. Living room is open to roof. Fireplace with brick mantel and wood shelf of quaint design is artistic, yet simple enough to be made by an ordinary mechanic; its cost is included in the estimate. This is an appropriate design for a fishing camp, shooting lodge or summer residence.
Cellar may be put under part or whole of house. Veranda may be reduced or extended. Kitchen may be placed back of living-room and the present kitchen used as a bedroom. This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?