Warner House | Portsmouth, NH

The Warner House is a pretty cool/old looking building on Daniel Street.  I couldn’t tell you much about it other than that I like to look at it.  Ale House Inn and Bow Street can be seen in the background.  More relevant info below, Courtesy of PortsmouthNH.com:

“The Warner House is the only surviving mansion of many that once lined Daniel Street. Built in 1716-18, it is the region’s finest urban brick residence of this era. Inside, the earliest-known painted murals in the United States line the hall staircase.

Occupied by generations of the same family for 200 years, the mansion contains an outstanding collection of early portraits and Portsmouth furniture. The building is owned and operated by the Warner House Association.”

Warner House | Portsmouth, NH

The Warner House is a pretty cool/old looking building on Daniel Street.  I couldn’t tell you much about it other than that I like to look at it.  Ale House Inn and Bow Street can be seen in the background.  More relevant info below, Courtesy of PortsmouthNH.com:

“The Warner House is the only surviving mansion of many that once lined Daniel Street. Built in 1716-18, it is the region’s finest urban brick residence of this era. Inside, the earliest-known painted murals in the United States line the hall staircase.

Occupied by generations of the same family for 200 years, the mansion contains an outstanding collection of early portraits and Portsmouth furniture. The building is owned and operated by the Warner House Association.”