Wheatland-Phillips House (1896)

The Wheatland-Philips House is a Colonial Revival-style residence, built in 1896 at 30 Chestnut Street in Salem. It was designed by architect John P. Benson for for Mrs. Stephen G. Wheatland and has since been owned by the Pickering and Phillips families.

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