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The Van Der Veer House is a historic house in Bath, North Carolina. It is the newest addition to the collection of historic structures in Bath.

Believed to have been constructed around 1790 for Ephraim Whitmore, the house became best noted for being the residence of Jacob Van Der Veer. Van Der Veer was one of the founders of the Bank of Washington. He bought the house in 1824 and resided in it for 12 years. After this, the property changed ownership for a long time. It was also called the HW Beasley Plantation at one point.

The Van Der Veer House was moved in its current location in 1970. It was restored in 1972 to its original appearance and was consequently opened for tours.
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