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Charming historic artist's home

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Edward Hopper’s (1882-1967) birthplace was built in 1858 by the artist's maternal grandfather. The house served as Hopper's primary residence until 1910. The ground floor is a vibrant exhibition space featuring exhibitions of 20th century through contemporary art. One gallery in the house is dedicated to early Hopper work and memorabilia and rotating exhibits relating to Edward Hopper. The exterior of the house and most of the interior were created in the style loosely called "Queen Anne." As you enter, the rooms on the left are part of the original house built in the Federal style, indicated by the classic simplicity of the mantelpiece, the faithfully restored plaster molding, and the wide floorboards. The room to the right, with a ceiling of polished wood and a tiled fireplace, was added in 1882, the year of Edward's birth.

Category and style

Gallery

Americana/Anywhere America

Parking

Truck / motorhome on site parking: Street

Location details

Property size (sq ft):
2500 sq ft

Location Rules

No adult filming
No smoking
No pets
No cooking
No loud noises

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Wifi

Features

Basement
Front Desk
Garden
Library
Patio
Light Wood/Whitewash Floor
White Walls

Crew access

Stairs
Location
Exact location provided after booking