Hope Plantation kitchen building

Hope Plantation kitchen building
Detached, single-story, frame kitchen building with brick-end gable wall in Flemish bond masonry. Gable roof has round-butt shingles of western red cedar. Exterior is clad in molded weatherboard to match the Hope Mansion. Two flush-panel doors with H-L hinges on the east and south facades. Nine-over-nine glazed sash on the north facade. Exposed brace framing on interior, with louvered vent on the west gable. Interior masonry includes broad hearth, with a base for a set-kettle to the left and bake oven above and wood box below to the right. Interior woodwork includes a built-in dresser with two shelves on north wall. Built on the footprint of the original Hope kitchen, 2001-2002.
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Historic Hope Plantation
Location of Original
Historic Hope Plantation
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