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Salisbury, Maryland                       The Gillis-Grier House
Circa 1887
Salisbury, Maryland

Located in the Newtown Historic District and registered with both the Maryland and the National Registers of Historic Places, this magnificent 5 bedroom, 4 bath Queen Anne Victorian is outstanding among the residences that define the neighborhood. Though named the Gillis-Grier House after the two inter-related families that owned the property from 1896 to 1975, the home was built for Salisbury merchant J. Cannon in 1887.

Known for its impressive design and craftsmanship, the home’s exterior features a 3-story turret with slate roof, an assortment of gables, bay windows and wraparound porch. The late 19th century interior design is equally exquisite with beautiful parquet floors, 7 fireplaces adorned with cabinet-style mantels, and elaborate colored glass windows.

Property in good condition, sold "as is." Tax records indicate house has 3928 sq.ft. determined by measurements of exterior perimeter of house showed approximately 5171 sq.ft. Buyers should do their due diligence and make their own measurements. Neither seller nor their agents hereby represent square footage of property. Only storm windows and screens currently installed and in basement convey. Listing agent to accompany all showing property.

Virginia Malone
Coldwell Banker Residential - Salisbury of Salisbury
1131 S Salisbury Blvd., Salisbury, MD 21801
Office: 410-543-4545, cell: 410-251-6188 License # 34695