The Willis House

The Willis House

Constructed in 1762, the William Willis House is on the National Register of Historic Places. Mr. Willis was a Friend (Quaker), who was involved with the construction of the Friends Meeting House and the first York County Courthouse. This English Colonial home is noteworthy for its double chimneys, symmetrical design, and steeply-pitched gable roof. It was also a stop along the Underground Railroad.

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