Andrew P. Frizzell House and Farm Complex

The Andrew P. Frizzell House and Farm Complex is a historic home and farm complex located at Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland, United States. It is a well-preserved example of the Victorian style. It is a two story brick home built in 1896 with a five-bay symmetrical fa├žade. Also on the property are a washhouse/smokehouse, privy, chicken house, corn crib, and bank barn. Its owner, Andrew P. Frizzell, hosted a reception for Republican Governor Lloyd Lowndes at his farm shortly after the house was constructed.

The Andrew P. Frizzell House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

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