McLane-Spearman-Gootee House

The McLane-Spearman-Gootee House underwent three distinct building phases since its first incarnation over 200 years ago. Upon returning to Smyrna after the American Revolution, Allen McLane and his family took up residence in this three-bay Georgian, replete with a Flemish bond brick pattern and belt course facade. By 1791, Simon Spearman purchased the house and added the two story wing to the west sometime in the early nineteenth century. In 1871, Dr. B. S. Gootee purchased the house and added the mansard roof with dormers

36 West Mount Vernon St, Smyrna, DE 19977
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