Prince George’s County, MD
Historic Preservation, Renovation
National Register of Historic Places
Constructed in 1797, Concord Manor was the plantation home of Zachariah Berry, Sr., a prosperous planter with large landholdings in Prince George’s County and other areas in Maryland, the District of Columbia and Kentucky. It is a pristine example of the substantial Federal influenced domestic architecture, common in Prince George’s County in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Davis Buckley Architects and Planners (DBA) was involved with the complete restoration of this plantation home.