Sudlersville, MD – $425,000

For Sale
Added to OHD on 8/11/17 - Last OHD Update: 8/11/17
  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 2.5
  • Sqft: 3811
  • Acres: 13.29
124 W Main St, Sudlersville, MD 21668 Map: Street View
  • A unique opportunity to purchase historic Sledmore, one of the most intriguing houses in Tidewater Maryland, ca.1713. This property has not been offered out of the Sudler family in generations. Attributed to the founding of the town of Sudlersville, its history is rich and interesting. The interior design remains original with hall-parlour plan and architectural elements. An absolute must see.
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8 Comments on Sudlersville, MD – $425,000

  1. The PDF I linked to in the Sources section up top mentions the 1713 build date hasn’t been substantiated.

  2. jeklstudio (705 comments) - 08/11/2017 at 6:02 pm //

    Oh my gosh, WOW. Lovely old home. I would do my best to return the porch to its proper place, I love the old photo 🙂
    It really has a home-y feel to it and the aerial shots are great! Beautiful property.

  3. Bethany (1770 comments) - 08/11/2017 at 6:04 pm //

    Well the old girl sure would like her front porch back but wow, what a neat property!

  4. jenny (87 comments) - 08/12/2017 at 9:10 am //

    The wagon shed/corn crib building is a nice remnant from the later farming days. I wonder what the water source was originally..fine old house with a bit of land left. These historic houses always make me want to know more about the original owners.

  5. (14 comments) - 08/12/2017 at 2:06 pm //

    It was a lovely front porch, but I am sure it was not original on such an old house. The owners probably removed it bring it back to its original facade. Or, the porch needed so much repair they just removed it. Either way, it would not have had a porch like that in the 18th century.

  6. (14 comments) - 08/12/2017 at 2:10 pm //

    The middle dormer would have been modified to the larger size at the same time they added the front porch. Those two changes would have been considered updates back in the early 20th century. Very practical updates, too!

  7. MW (662 comments) - 08/14/2017 at 11:12 am //

    I doubt the house is that early, probably late 1700’s to early 1800’s, at least how it mostly stands now. There could be some small original portion of it from that time though that is not easy to identify in these photos.

    I am heading to the area to visit family this week. I might try to give this house a visit, along with a couple others, particularly this one:

    and maybe this one:

  8. Kay (110 comments) - 08/17/2017 at 3:32 pm //

    What a beautiful piece of history. No more updates please to the one who buys this. Please keep the authenticity of this property!!!

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