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12- ^[[right arrow]] MARYLAND ------------- [[underlined]] DOUGHOREGAN [[/underlined]] MANOR, Howard County ^[[OKAY]] [[red dot]] [[underlined]] 30 [[/underlined]]. One of the greatest estates in Maryland was ^[[(]]granted to the Carroll family^[[)]] and Dough^[[|]]ore^[[|]]gan Manor was ^[[(]]built by Charles Carroll in 1717.^[[)]] The house is set amidst splendid woods and farmland and is approached from the Frederick Road through a mile of woods. The garden is directly back of the house and follows the original simple form of the first lay-out of the ground. The flowers have bloomed year after year in the same square beds which form a hollow square in the center of the lawn, directly on line with the door of the house. The openings of the squares are flanked by superb box trees. There are traces of a wide brick walk which once led from the house straight through the garden. [[underlined]] WYE[ [/underlined]], Wye River, [[checkmark]] [[red dot]] [[underlined]] 31 [[/underlined]]. ^[[("]] Wye House^[["]] estate was granted to the Lloyd family in 1658 and for six generations it has remained in their hands.^[[)]] The house, mentioned in records of 1719, has a facade which measures a hundred and fifty feet, with an entrance portico, Palladian classic in design. The house is approached by an avenue of the same width as the house front. The slide shows the plan of Wye from the sky, with its long avenue of approach leading to a circle as it nears the house. Many Maryland
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