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Summerseat

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Address:
Hillcrest and Legion Avenues Morrisville, PA 19067 Get Directions

Summerseat is perhaps most famous for being the Headquarters of General George Washington from December 8th to 14th, 1776. Summerseat was built in the 1770s for Thomas Barclay, a Philadelphia merchant, and acquired by Clymer in 1806. The two-story brick and stone Georgian structure is built over an elevated basement. The house was restored in 1931 and renovated for use as a school administrative building in 1935.  Today it’s operated by the Historic Morrisville Society.

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