Street resumes on the other side of the park, and you should
continue walking south until you once again reach Montgomery
a left on Montgomery and head east.Numbers 1 through 11 E. Montgomery Street were built
between 1800 and 1810.Originally they were only one room deep.
9 and 11 E. Montgomery were once “twin” homes built by a
carter named Ford Barnes in 1801.Mr. Barnes lived at Number 9 and rented Number 11.Today you, too, can rent a room at “Scarborough
Faire” (see photo), the bed and breakfast that now is
operated right next store on the southeast corner of
Montgomery and Charles Streets.