c. 1790 – Sharpsburg, MD – $317,500

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Added to OHD on 1/12/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/11/19   -   7 Comments
17407 Taylors Landing Rd, Sharpsburg, MD 21782

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Historic Period Home. WATER VIEW IN WINTER. Boat ramp within a short walk at C&O Canal Park. - Sited perfectly on 2 Lovely Acres. c. 1790. Privacy, yet with good access to State roads & interstates. River & Canal seasonal-partial vistas. Modern amenities, 4 BR interior has been preserved and restored, including hand-hewn exposed logs. Carefully restored & preserved interio & exterior. Comfortable, cozy & livable. Rooms for pets, animals. 2 acres, landscaped, flower gardens, greenhouse, stone smokehouse, garage, outbldgs. Short walk to Canal Towpath. Close to Antietam National Battlefield. Early C&O Canal historical figures lives in this home. Portion of 2 ac. land area within flood plain. Commute to DC/Balto metro areas via MARC train or I-270 & I-70.
Contact Details
Sydney Machat, Broker
(301) 432-5466
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7 Comments on c. 1790 – Sharpsburg, MD – $317,500

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  1. dkzody says: 265 comments

    That kitchen is owned by a baker! I love the house just for that kitchen and the latticed patio.

  2. Bethany otto says: 2374 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    How utterly charming! I would love to see summertime photos of this place.

  3. Judy. says: 1 comments

    Very charming house. I’m sure pictures don’t do it justice.

  4. Deb says: 18 comments

    What a wonderful place. Endless creative pursuits could be enjoyed here!

  5. Lin says: 52 comments

    I would love to talk to the owner !! The things he could tell me about the past gone by and I wished the house could talk ! Amazing home !!

  6. kdar says: 80 comments

    “Early C&O Canal historical figures lives in this home.” Ghosts?
    Given the history of this area it wouldn’t surprise me. Charming house in a beautiful setting.


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