Liriodendron (Bel Air, Maryland)

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Liriodendron
Liriodendron Bel Air MD HABS1.jpg
Liriodendron in 1980
Liriodendron (Bel Air, Maryland) is located in Maryland
Liriodendron (Bel Air, Maryland)
Liriodendron (Bel Air, Maryland) is located in the US
Liriodendron (Bel Air, Maryland)
Location501 and 502 W. Gordon St., Bel Air, Maryland
Coordinates39°32′1″N 76°21′40″W / 39.53361°N 76.36111°W / 39.53361; -76.36111Coordinates: 39°32′1″N 76°21′40″W / 39.53361°N 76.36111°W / 39.53361; -76.36111
Area48.2 acres (19.5 ha)
Built1835 (1835)
ArchitectWyatt & Nolting; J. Kift & Son
Architectural styleColonial Revival, Georgian Revival
NRHP reference #80001816[1]
Added to NRHPSeptember 27, 1980

Liriodendron is a historic home and estate located at Bel Air, Harford County, Maryland, United States. It was the summer home of Laetitia and Dr Howard Kelly, a successful surgeon and founding member of the Johns Hopkins Medical College, and comprises the mansion named Liriodendron; the Graybeal-Kelly House; a c. 1835 bank barn; a c. 1898 carriage house; a c. 1850 board-and-batten cottage; and five other outbuildings including a corn crib, a smokehouse, two ice houses, and a shed. The ​2 12-story, stuccoed brick mansion was designed by the Baltimore architectural firm of Wyatt and Nolting in the Georgian Revival style and constructed about 1898. The ​2 12-story Georgian-style Graybeal-Kelly House, built about 1835, was the manor house for the farm until the mansion was constructed.[2] It is used as a wedding, conference, and arts facility.

Liriodendron was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  2. ^ Natalie Shivers (March 1980). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Liriodendron" (PDF). Maryland Historical Trust. Retrieved 2016-01-01.

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