Marlborough Great House

Manchester Parish

Designed by a Scottish architect named Forsyth around 1795 for the Boucher Family who have been said to be refugees from Haiti in 1792, the Malborough Great House is a wonderful Georgian residence with regency influences.
The first known owner of Marlborough House was the Honourable Richard Boucher of the aforementioned Boucher Family. He was an Assembly Member of the then new Parish of Manchester and he also became Custos of the Parish.

The Great House is currently listed as a private residence.

Designated National Heritage Foundation Site

Marlborough Great House
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