Wheatland (Lancaster)

Wheatland (Lancaster) Wheatland, or the James Buchanan House, is a brick, Federal style house outside of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in Lancaster Township, Lancaster County.

It was formerly owned by the 15th President of the United States, James Buchanan.The house was constructed in 1828 by William Jenkins, a local lawyer. It was sold to William M. Meredith in 1841. Wheatland changed hands again in 1848, when it was purchased by Buchanan. Buchanan occupied the house for the next two decades, except for several years during his ambassadorship in Great Britain and durin

It was formerly owned by the 15th President of the United States, James Buchanan.The house was constructed in 1828 by William Jenkins, a local lawyer. It was sold to William M. Meredith in 1841. Wheatland changed hands again in 1848, when it was purchased by Buchanan. Buchanan occupied the house for the next two decades, except for several years during his ambassadorship in Great Britain and durin

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230 N President Ave
Lancaster, PA
17603

Telephone

(717) 392-4633

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