Pinehurst Way was inspired by several East coast homes and this residence was based on a Georgian style home in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Built for a successful merchant in 1763, this mansion was located directly opposite the family's waterfront wharves and warehouses on the Piscatagua River. William Whipple, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and husband of Katherine Moffatt, lived and died in this house. The Sweet Bottom house has four distinctly different second story window pediments which help to emphasize the more elaborate center window detail above the portico pediment.
Pinehurst Way - Portsmouth
Era: Colonial
Style: Georgian (1720 -1840)
3927 Pinehurst Way
Moffat-Ladd House – 154 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH (1763)
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