McLellan House

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McLellan House
McLellan House is located in Maine
McLellan House
Nearest city Gorham, Maine
Coordinates 43°41′6″N 70°26′49″W / 43.68500°N 70.44694°W / 43.68500; -70.44694Coordinates: 43°41′6″N 70°26′49″W / 43.68500°N 70.44694°W / 43.68500; -70.44694
Area School Street
Built 1773
Architectural style American colonial
Governing body University of Southern Maine
NRHP Reference # 72000073[1]
Added to NRHP 1972

McLellan House is an historic house in Gorham, Maine, USA. It was built in 1773 for Hugh and Elizabeth McLellan and was the first brick house in Cumberland County. It was acquired by Gorham State College (now the University of Southern Maine) in 1966 and converted to a dormitory later converted to the Center for Education Policy, Applied Research, and Evaluation (CEPARE) department of the University, at 140 School Street.[2]

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