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The Brush-Everard House, also known as the Everard House and Thomas Everard House, was built by John Bush ca. 1718. One of the oldest houses in Virginia and in Williamsburg, it is located on the east side of Palace Green and next to the Governor's Palace. It is a "five-bay, timber framed, story-and-a-half house of hand-split weatherboard".

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  • The Brush-Everard House, also known as the Everard House and Thomas Everard House, was built by John Bush ca. 1718. One of the oldest houses in Virginia and in Williamsburg, it is located on the east side of Palace Green and next to the Governor's Palace. It is a "five-bay, timber framed, story-and-a-half house of hand-split weatherboard".
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  • Thomas Everard House, Everard House
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  • One and a half story
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  • Audrey House, Smith House, Governor John Page House
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  • The Brush-Everard House, also known as the Everard House and Thomas Everard House, was built by John Bush ca. 1718. One of the oldest houses in Virginia and in Williamsburg, it is located on the east side of Palace Green and next to the Governor's Palace. It is a "five-bay, timber framed, story-and-a-half house of hand-split weatherboard".
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  • Audrey House, Smith House, Governor John Page House
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