GOVERNOR ROSS MANSION
This residence was constructed by William Henry Harrison Ross. He was born in Laurel in 1814 and died in 1887. He served as Governor of Delaware (D) between 1851-1855. In 1859, Ross constructed this elaborate brick Italian Villa style structure featuring a three-story center entry tower on his 1,395 acre farm. Currently owned by the Seaford Historical Society, the property also includes a period barn, granary, and carriage house.
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LOCATION: Northwest Seaford. On Road 543 (Speck Road), north of road 534 intersection, opposite Seaford Industrial Park.