The Caulker’s Houses

Built in the late 18th century, the Caulker’s Houses are all that remain of quadplex houses in Baltimore. Quadplexes are structures with four living spaces and were made with common building materials of the time—light timber framing with brick nogging and a lime rendering on the exterior. It is believed that these houses were originally part of a group of five quadplexes, each separated by a six foot wide open space. Come see the houses that have seen over 200 years of Fells Point and Baltimore history!

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