Aspen Hall

Aspen Hall, also known as the Edward Beeson House, was built beginning in 1771 as a stone house in the Georgian style in what would become .

Notable Places in the Area

Railway station
Martinsburg is a railway station in , , , served by Amtrak and MARC. is situated 2600 feet south of Aspen Hall. Photo: Mitchazenia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a late Georgian style mansion in . is situated 1 mile south of Aspen Hall.

is a public high school located in the upper in , . is situated 1¼ miles south of Aspen Hall.

The Abell-Kilbourne House in is associated with John N. is situated 1½ miles southwest of Aspen Hall. Photo: Acroterion, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

is a city of 14,972 people in .

is an unincorporated community on Opequon Creek located east of in , . is situated 2½ miles east of Aspen Hall.

is an unincorporated community on Tuscarora Creek in , . is situated 3 miles west of Aspen Hall.

Aspen Hall

39.4651° or 39° 27' 54.4" north
-77.9638° or 77° 57' 49.8" west
Open­Street­Map ID
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  • Edward Beeson House

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