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The ''Anchorage'' circa 1840 has quite the storied past! This three bay Greek Revival was purchased in 1852 by Commodore William Conway Whittle. Whittle served in the CSA Navy and fought in the battle of New Orleans. It was said that he then worked eradicating pirates after the Civil War. The Anchorage was used as a tourist house in the early 20th Century. Since then the property has seen many uses from a Funeral Parlor to being operated as a German Restaurant. These brick walls have stories to tell. This extremely spacious home lends itself well for a rooming house, a Bed and Breakfast, or just a magnificent place to raise a large family. The possibilities of entertaining and or choices for uses of this grand home are limitless, just let your vision mingle the past into the future!