Tuesday, February 24, 2015

An Architectural Treasure

Virginia of the Chartreuse Life visits the charming village of New Windsor, Maryland. To quote:
I have long loved New Windsor, Maryland for its exceptional collection of early 19th century homes.  I first discovered it during my college years – my then-boyfriend (now husband), Chip, attended college in Westminster, Maryland, and the best route there from Frederick was Rt. 26 to Libertytown, and then a left onto Rt 31 (which has some beautiful homes.  Have someone else drive so you don’t miss any of them!).  Rt 31 takes you right into the small, but charming town of New Windsor. (Read more.)

1 comment:

julygirl said...

Thanks for sharing the beautiful photos. Maryland has several such towns with historic houses particularly on its Eastern Shore where time has moved more slowly and people value the historic significance of their heritage...Centreville, Easton, Cambridge, Oxford, Claiborne, Tilghman Island to name a few.