After Wilson's death, the house was inherited by his son-in-law, Andrew Wodrow. Another Patriot, he sold off many of his import goods to fund the revolutionaries in Boston. He would go on to become Clerk of Court of Hampshire County from 1782 to 1814. The office he used in that capacity is considered to be the oldest public office in West Virginia. Following his death, the house would pass through several hands over the next 170 years, including the Mytinger family, who would own it for 100 years.
The house is now privately owned, though restored to pristine condition. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.