Both houses are open to visitors on the 1st Saturday of the month 10AM-2PM and by appointment for tours and research assistance
This circa 1744 plantation house still has its original paneling and glass windows and is one room deep and two rooms wide with a central hallway and large fireplace. A gambrel roof provided for living space upstairs.
The 18th century furnishings include original William Paca chairs, Chippendale and Hepplewhite furniture and Canton china.
Using the Preservation Plan to guide our activities in 2019, the Historical Society embarked on several projects. The large trees imposing on the side of the house have been removed and efforts to clean the siding and picket fencing are being finished by fall.
119 South Commerce St.
Centreville MD 21617
Tucker House, built circa 1794 by James Kennard, is a six-room house with six fireplaces connected to one main chimney. Built on the second lot to be sold in Centreville,
Tucker House stands as a great architectural example of the Federal Period. Originally the house was two rooms deep and one room wide and in 1797 its value was assessed at $867.
The home was purchased by the Tucker family in 1898 and donated to Queen Anne’s County Historical Society in 1968.
Tucker House is the proud receipient of a Maryland Historical Trust Heritage Grant in 2018 to replace the HVAC system. In 2019 the Historical Society is on a mission to raise matching funds to support the HVAC project. If you would like to donate to this effort, please go to our donation page to submit your gift. All donations are tax deductiable.
This project is a priority to ensure that that the collections is kept in the proper consistent tempered environment. We look forward to ongoing restoration projects at our hsitoric home in Centreville, Maryland.