The footprint where Zero George currently resides is composed of two lots that at one point in time were part of a tract of land known as the “Federal Green.” The land, owned by famous American patriot Christopher Gadsden, was eventually divided into six wharf lots and 197 back lots around the turn of the 19th century. Between 1803-05, a gentleman by the name of Benjamin Du Pré constructed a two-story wooden Federal Style house on a high brick basement along with an accompanying two-story brick outbuilding on Lot 4 (315 East Bay Street.) After several exchanges of the property, it wasn’t until 1874 when Charles Seignious, the neighbor at 317 East Bay Street, purchased the property. This transaction brought the two lots together to form what is today affectionately called Maison Du Pré.
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