The Evans cottage in Collinsport was a one-story home where Sam Evans and his daughter Maggie lived in 1967 (2, 3, 7).

The same set is used for the painting studio for Charles Delaware Tate in 1897. It is here where he paints the portrait of Quentin Collins (818).

Notes Edit

  • The production still used for the front facade of the Evans cottage is not consistent with the interior layout of the house. Neither the studio windows from the living room nor the double French doors from Maggie's room are visible from the front of the house even though they should be. It appears to have a second floor, that never was used, or even mentioned.

Appearances Edit

3*, 7, 12, 20, 22, 37, 39, 40, 41, 221, 222, 224, 227*, 229, 230, 231, 497, 573, 818

*Only the exterior of the front door is seen.

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