Cray House

Cray House

Cockey Lane, Stevesnville

Constructed in 1809, this is one of the last surviving examples of “post and plank” construction where hand-sawn logs are mortised and tenoned into vertical corner posts, forming the sides of the building.

The house was sold at public auction in 1914, and was lived in by Nora Cray, a widow, along with her three children. In 1975 her heirs donated the house and lot to the Kent Island Heritage Society, who have restored and furnished it.

Open for touring the 1st Saturday of every month April – November from 12pm-4pm or by appointment

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