Burgwin-Wright House entrance restored PDF Print Email
Written by Allen, Joy   
Tuesday, March 29, 2016 08:47 AM

The following article appeared in the Wilmington Star News on Monday, March 28.

WILMINGTON -- The great halls and stairwell of the Burgwin-Wright House recently underwent a restoration that put the “grand” back into its entrance.

The 246-year-old property is one of only four structures surviving from Wilmington’s colonial era. John Burgwin, a successful merchant and planter, intended for his town home at Market and Third Streets to reflect his status and wealth, starting with the impressive size and details of the entry hall...


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