Henry Sherburne House

I didn’t get to go to Portsmouth, N.H., with my mom on this day because she was having some fancy goodbye lunch with her bestie from Maine.

But she did take around #SnickersOnAStick to check out a few places.

According to signage on the Henry Sherburne House, it was built in 1725. Its doorway is distinctive, boasting the only known in situ scrolled pediment doorway in the state to survive from the period.

The Sherburne House is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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