Braxton House

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Braxton House

Acquired by the College: 1928

Named for: Robert H. Braxton

Renovated: 1989

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The Braxton House at William & Mary is located at 522 Prince George Street. It is a 2 store frame house, south side, next house west of Delta Delta Delta House. It was purchased from Robert H. Braxton in 1928. The house was renovated in 1989.

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