Chesapeake City, MD – $249,999

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Added to OHD on 7/11/18   -   Last OHD Update: 10/18/18   -   20 Comments
529 Biddle St, Chesapeake City, MD 21915

Map: Street

Price

$249,999

Beds

6

Baths

2.5

SqFt

4068

Acres

0.31

6 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH 3 LEVEL HOME BUILT IN 1900'S. 4068 SQ. FT. OF LIVING SPACE. WOOD FLOORS, LARGE ROOMS AND LOADS OF CHARACTER. A LITTLE TLC WOULD MAKE THIS AN AMAZING HOME. WATER VIEWS FROM FROM OF HOUSE OF THE C&D CANAL.
Contact Details
Tinamarie Reamy, Re/Max Vision
(855) 275-2519
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20 Comments on Chesapeake City, MD – $249,999

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9199 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I know this has been heavily panelized but it could be a stunner!

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    • RosewaterRosewater says: 3930 comments
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      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      When I see a house with an interior like this I always picture the housewife circa 1975 just beaming with pride at all her great new fangled paneling. I’ll bet she was extra thrilled with the green bit in the kitchen; and I’m sure she had the appliances to match! 🙂

      As long as there isn’t excessive glue on original plaster, this stuff is an easy fix. No biggie.

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  2. Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 357 comments
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    1918 Bunkhouse
    WestOfMiddleOfNowhere, KS

    Absolutely! Fortunately, when the 70’s happened to this house, it was “updated” without ripping out key architectural elements. It’s all still there! Taking out paneling and drop ceilings is easy compared to replacing irreplaceable original woodwork! The addition on the back offers more than enough space for modern amenities. It’s big and beautiful without being pretentious. This house has all the right stuff to be a knock-out!

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    • jeff myers says: 65 comments

      From the rarity of electric outlets I’m with you. It’s always fun to tear out those drop down ceilings and find beautiful crown molding.

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  3. ddbacker says: 323 comments

    I would have guessed 1860’s from the exterior. From the interior, hard to tell from all the paneling. Even the fireplaces are paneled!

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    • Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 357 comments
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      1918 Bunkhouse
      WestOfMiddleOfNowhere, KS

      This probably does date to the 1860’s… the “1900’s” date is just a real estate agent’s best guess. The Italianate style was out of fashion virtually everywhere by the twentieth century.

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  4. Eileen M says: 216 comments

    “Over-paneling” is my favorite new word.

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  5. Deborah W Mann says: 100 comments

    Good bones. Remove ALL the paneling…lol update paint; no red paint, please.
    Love the house.

    2
  6. Bird says: 4 comments

    My concern…. what’s behind all that paneling? The full price of turning this into your dream home is hidden somewhere underneath all that wood!

  7. kmmoore says: 258 comments
    Weatherford , TX

    Never thought I’d say this, but I kinda dig the groovy greenish paneling in the kitchen. I know it’s not appropriate for the build date, but just sayin’ … it’s kinda cool.

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  8. respectthishouserespectthishouse says: 18 comments
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    sweet 50s ranch Nashville, TN

    Chesapeake City is a wonderful town. Residents and guests should enjoy boating and crabs 🦀

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  9. loghomery says: 2 comments

    I hope the new owner will share some pictures when the paneling is gone.

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  10. NikkiNikki says: 18 comments

    So curious to know what’s under all that paneling!

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  11. ddbacker says: 323 comments

    Even better is finding tradesman’s notes, little kids’ hand prints, drawings, etc.

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  12. Steve H says: 149 comments

    A lot of people in the 1970’s used paneling as a ‘decorative upgrade’, not necessarily to cover up something bad. The walls in the non-paneled areas look to be in good shape.

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  13. Mimi says: 188 comments
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    Rochester, MN

    Great possibilities await the removal of panelization—looks to be a really solid house.

  14. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 672 comments
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    1885 Italianate.
    MI

    Man is this cool! I’m sure there are more pictures haha. The exterior is bomb, reminds me of the Brick Walker Tavern in Irish Hills MI.. only not brick.

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