Warner House Association, The

Warner House Association, The


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About Us

The Warner House is considered the oldest surviving brick house in northern New England. Built c.1716 for Captain Archibald Macpheadris and his family, the Warner House has been home to six generations of family throughout three different centuries. The Warner House contains the oldest extant Anglo-American murals, painted c. 1718.


  • Oldest Brick House in New Hampshire; Fully Furnished with Historic Pieces
  • Oldest Extant Wall Murals in the Country - Features Two Mohawk Chiefs, painted ca. 1720
  • Guided Tours (30-45 mins)
  • Newly Built Carriage House for Programs, Study, and Occasional Rentals
  • Handicapped Accessible Public Restroom for Visitors


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