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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Causey Mansion was built in 1763 for Levin Crapper. In 1849, it was purchased by Governor Peter Causey, who then added a 3rd floor to the lovely Georgian home and turned it into a Greek Revival mansion. Another governor who lived in the house was Daniel Rogers, who served for two years from 1797 ? 1799. Other well-known owners of the home include Joseph Holland and his family and ship builder Capt. Wilson Vineyard.

Today, the Connolleys operate the historic home as a full-service bed and breakfast, which is nowadays more known for its wonderful eight-layer chocolate torte. There are several rooms for guests to choose from, including the Country Room, Thelma?s Suite, Norma Mae?s Room, and the King Room, which has a majestic 1880 Victorian bed.
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