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Historic 'Galloway Mansion'

Historic ‘Galloway Mansion’ Makes Water Voyage to New Home

Historic ‘Galloway Mansion’ Makes Water Voyage to New home It’s not every day that you see a house floating down a river. But this historic ‘Galloway Mansion’ made a 50-mile journey on a barge in Maryland. The historic home moved from Easton Maryland on Wednesday to reach its final destination. Historic Galloway Mansion The ‘Galloway Mansion’ on Wednesday noon made its way down Maryland’s Tred Avon River to reach Queenstown, Maryland.

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Meanwhile, the ‘Galloway Mansion’ reached its final destination after about nine hours of voyage. The new owner, Christian Neeley, wanted a Georgian-style property.
When he couldn’t find one so, he paid almost five million dollars to ship the house to Queenstown.

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The historic Galloway Mansion was built in 1764 in Talbot County, a county in Maryland. The owner plans to restore the ageing building.
Christian Neeley said he plans to restore it and give it to his parents to use as a retirement home. Get Breaking news and Latest News from India and around the world on GlobalPunjabTV.in. Like and Follow us on Facebook for the latest news and entertainment updates.

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