Andalusia House

Andalusia House


Andalusia, Pennsylvania (PA), US
Home for generations to the Biddle family, Andalusia is a National Historic Landmark and one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in America. The main building was built in 1795, enlarged in 1806, and the imposing colonnade facing the Delaware River was added as part of the 1835-36 Greek Revival style addition. Andalusia is still maintained today and is surrounded by spectacular landscape, lush gardens and romantic out-buildings. Visitors enjoy Andalusia's history, serene environment and spectacular views of the Delaware River.
Home for generations to the Biddle family, Andalusia is a National Historic Landmark and one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in America. The main building was built in 1795, enlarged in 1806, and the imposing colonnade facing the Delaware River was added as part of the 1835-36 Greek Revival style addition. Andalusia is still maintained today and is surrounded by spectacular landscape, lush gardens and romantic out-buildings. Visitors enjoy Andalusia's history, serene environment and spectacular views of the Delaware River.
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By: CEMaine

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