Architectural Components

The Sparhawk Mansion Banquet Hall - SOLD

The Sparhawk Mansion was commissioned to be built in 1750 in Kittery Maine by Sir William Pepperrell. It was a wedding present to his daughter for her marriage to Nathaniel Sparhawk. Sir William Pepperrell served as the Commonwealth's governor and was the first person born on American soil to receive royalty status by King George. He gained this status in 1745 leading the battle against the French at Fortress Louisbourg. Pepperrell was coined "The Hero of Louisbourg" and became a luminary across New England. Sir William Pepperrell is remembered as a great leader and a community minded individual. The Sparhawk Banquet Hall will be reassembled in the addition of the Pendleton-Chapman House.

Corner Cupboard
18th Century