Corbit-Sharp House

The Corbit-Sharp House c. 1774, a National Historic Landmark, is a handsome example of the Philadelphia-Georgian style. Builder William Corbit, the town's leading citizen, operated a tannery on the Appoquinimink Creek. Today the Corbit-Sharp House is furnished according to an 1818 inventory of household furnishings and reflects the region’s lifestyle in the late 18th century.

Other properties managed by the organization include the 1769 Wilson-Warner House, 1700 Collins-Sharp House, 1822 Cantwell's Tavern, and 1853 Odessa Bank.

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