|Location||206 Market St., Pocomoke City, Maryland|
|Governing body||Spirit of Newton Committee|
|NRHP Reference #||
|Added to NRHP||December 06, 1975|
The Costen House is a historic U.S. home located at 206 Market Street, Pocomoke City, Maryland, United States. Dr. Isaac Costen built the house circa 1870s and members of his family lived there for over a century. Dr. Costen became the first Mayor of Pocomoke City. The house currently serves as The Isaac Costen House Museum.
The Isaac Costen House Museum
The Isaac Costen House Museum provides information on the Costen family and how people in the area lived during 1870-1920. The grounds of the museum also includes The Hall-Walton Memorial Garden.
- Costen House, Worcester County, including photo from 1997, at Maryland Historical Trust
- Costen House (Ocean City Vacation and Hotels Guide website)
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