"It has been said that, at it’s best, preservation engages the past in a conversation with the present over a a mutual concern for the future." - William Murtagh, first keeper of the National Register of Historic Places
It was originally built about 1807, and is a gable roofed two-story brick dwelling. It sits on a high coursed rubble foundation. The house was remodeled about 1891, with the addition of Victorian embellishment. These modifications include the front gable, porch, and ornate cornice millwork.
The house was purchased in 1933 by Amy Roberts Vance, mother of Cyrus Vance. In 1967, the property was sold to the Harrison County Historical Society.
The house is opened by appointment and for special events. Tours of the House and other events are scheduled throughout the year.
Contact the society to arrange a visit at the Stealey-Goff-Vance House.
Call: (304) 709-4902 Email: email@example.com Mail: P.O. Box 4695, Bridgeport, West Virginia, 26330 Or stop by are archival office Monday through Friday 9-5 at 215 South 3rd Street 8th Floor, Suite 801 Clarksburg, WV.
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Stealey-Goff-Vance House 123 West Main St Clarksburg, WV 26301