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The Keith House at Graeme Park, Horsham – 5 viewsThe Keith House at Graeme Park is a National Historic Landmark on a 42-acre park property. The public is welcome to tour the house during open hours (Fridays - Sundays) or enjoy the park grounds.GraemePark
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The Keith House at Graeme Park, Horsham – 4 viewsThe Keith House at Graeme Park is a National Historic Landmark because of its well preserved Georgian architecture, which is considered to be one of the finest examples, and because of the significance of the 18th century owners. The home was built for Sir William Keith, the 14th governor of Pennsylvania, and later purchased by his son-in-law, Dr. Thomas Graeme, who was responsible for the interior. After Graeme's death, the estate was inherited by his daughter, the writer Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson.GraemePark
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The kitchen garden and duck pond at Graeme Park – 4 viewsIn addition to the historic Keith House at Graeme Park, visitors enjoy our nature areas which include several period gardens, woodlands, nature trails, open fields, a pond, and a stream. Lots of interesting wildlife call Graeme Park home and the grounds are a nice retreat for families, dog walkers, artists, photographers, and nature enthusiasts to enjoy.GraemePark
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The kitchen garden at Graeme Park – 6 viewsThe kitchen garden is one of several period style gardens that visitors to Graeme Park can enjoy, along with woodlands, a pond with small waterfall and stream, and a nature trail. GraemePark
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Detail of the parlor paneling at Graeme Park, Horsham – 5 viewsThe paneling in the parlor of the Keith House at Graeme Park was installed in the mid 18th century. This room contains all orginial paint samples and was originally a glossy white. The centuries have broken down the pigments in the lead-based paint and the surface which survives today is an aged green.GraemePark
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Original bullseye glass above the door of the Keith House at Graeme Park – 6 viewsThe Keith House at Graeme Park in Horsham Pennsylvania retains much of its original building fabric dating from the mid 18th century. The bullseye glass above the bifold doors is one example.GraemePark
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Georgian paneling in the parlor of the Keith House at Graeme Park in Horsham. – 5 viewsThe Keith House at Graeme Park in Horsham was built c. 1722 for Sir William Keith, the 14th governor of Pennsylvania. The home was purchased in 1739 by Keith's son-in-law, Dr. Thomas Graeme. Graeme installed fine Georgian paneling throughout the house in the mid-18th century. The paneling in the parlor dates to this time and still retains its original coat of paint.GraemePark
 
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