William T. Tull House
The William T. Tull House is located on four (4) acres in the quaint town of Westover and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. This beautiful, two story, three bay center passage home was built in 1860. The decorative exterior combines the feature associated with the Greek revival and the Italianate styles, characteristic of the Eastern Shore architecture in the mid nineteenth (19th) century.
The interior woodwork is typical of the period including architraves with bulls-eye corner blocks,
Baluster stairway, four (4) fireplaces with ornate mantels, and original claw-foot tub in the upstairs bath. Many of the original light fixtures remain.
HOUSE FEATURES and SPECIFICS
|Built in 1860
4060 square feet (living space)
Formal Dining Room
For more information see rooms page
|Lot 4 Acres
Historic Country Store Building
Oil fired radiator heat
Washer, Dryer, Range-Electric, Refrigerator/Freezer, Dishwasher
Elementary - Westover Elementary
Middle - Greenwood Middle School
High School - Washington High School