McLean House is located in the Historic District of Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.
It was built
in 1798 by Post Master/Merchant Joseph Duncan on a double lot purchased
from Edward Shippen, who received the land now occupied by Shippensburg
in a grant from William Penn.
The property was sold to the McLean family in 1876 and remained in their
family for more than a hundred years. The McLeans added several wings
and Victorian embellishments.
purchased the property in 1987, and have restored it into a pleasant
and comfortable home.
Creek, with mallards and trout, bounds the property.
area is a “junquer’s” paradise with dozens of
antique and flea markets and weekly country auctions. Our Amish
neighbors are a common sight - most local markets have hitching
rails for their buggies.
We look forward to serving you.