Architectural Elements

The White Hill Mansion has a stunning variety of unique architectural features that it has amassed over its nearly 300 years of history. From late 1700 colonial brickwork to the more modern early 1900 Queen Anne elements, The White Hill Mansion has much to see on its exterior as well as on the interior. 

Different Styles
Different Styles

Ironwork adorns the lower roof along with ornate metalwork panels. The modillions above the right bay window are newly restored. The bays, added in the late 1800s, provide a grand view of the Delaware River. Between them is the original colonial Flemish bond brickwork.

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Marble Lintels
Marble Lintels

Made from one solid piece of Maryland Corkeysville marble. The lintels date back to 1760. The lintels enhanced the look of the house and showcased the Field's wealth and prosperity.

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Antique Handle
Antique Handle

A close up look at the 1720 door latch.

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Different Styles
Different Styles

Ironwork adorns the lower roof along with ornate metalwork panels. The modillions above the right bay window are newly restored. The bays, added in the late 1800s, provide a grand view of the Delaware River. Between them is the original colonial Flemish bond brickwork.

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