1100 Winters Church Rd, New Windsor, MD 21776

$794,000
5
BD
3
BA
4,686
SqFt
List Price
$794,000
Days on Market
10
Status
PENDING
MLS#
MDCR2013334
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
3
Full Baths
2
Half Baths
1
Total SQFT
4686
Lot Size (Acres)
6
Style
Farmhouse/National Folk
Year Built
1920
County
Carroll
Subdivision
None Available
School District
Carroll County Public Schools

Property Description

*Dream Farmette on a truly peaceful setting*Welcome to 1100 Winters Church Rd*This Farmette features a beautifully renovated large 4,000+ sq ft 5BR 2.5 Bath 18th Century historical home (new roof 2017), a large newer barn, a smaller barn, a multi-purpose chicken house/kennel, & a newer 6 car detached garage (2011)*Both barns built in 1989 are in very good condition*Detached garage is ideal for your vehicles, farm equipment, or hobbies*Amazing views surrounded by lush farmland, distant mountains, pastures, & stream*Inside home main level features wide plank wood floors, custom moldings, exposed beam ceilings, exposed brick, multiple fireplaces, renovated bathrooms, large country kitchen with island, built ins, a light filled sun room, a large mud/laundry room, an office, & a half bath*Upper level has 5 large bedrooms, 2 full baths, a rustic bonus room, & additional stairways*Multiple walk up floored attic access for additional storage*Lower level has a utility room, 2 storage rooms, & a bonus walk out room that could be another bedroom*Currently selling 6 acres with the option to add another 16 acre pasture for a total of 22 acres*List price shown based on 6 acres* History of 1100 Winters Church Rd Farm: The farmhouse was built in 1806 with bricks that were made on the property. It is situated on 136 acres of beautiful farmland in a secluded valley of rolling hills, woods, and two clear streams and surrounded by fertile productive working farms. The builder was one of seven farmers who formed the nation’s first farmers marketing organization, selling in Baltimore. This was a predecessor of the National Grange and Farm Bureau Federation. It is also believed to have been part of the Underground Railroad. As you enter the main hall, the original four rooms are the dining room and formal parlor on the right and the two bedrooms above them. The rooms to the left below and above were built a bit later, thus the two front doors. The original brick end barn, built in 1811, burned down in 1987. The original kitchen was outside, and some stones from the foundation can still be seen. The property was originally part of Frederick County, so research of the deeds is challenging. The house is very unique with 18th century architecture, hand-crafted woodwork, hardware, most floors are original chestnut, four rooms re-floored with fine oak, nine foot ceilings, fourteen inch thick brick walls, stone foundation, eight original fireplaces, original glass in most of 9 over 6 windows, beautiful center hall, three attics and staircases, two enclosed heated porches, a fully heated, air-conditioned sun room overlooking the patio, stream, both farm and wild animals, and a full variety of wild birds. The house is fully restored with care to preserve historical features. Beautiful crystal chandeliers grace the formal parlor, dining room and great hall. The kitchen was completely restored in 1985, opening up the fireplace, exposing the half- sawn oak floors, and Master Cabinet Maker, William Duble installing hand crafted oak cabinets, butcher block counters and pantry to match the original one that has a dumb waiter. Other things to consider: The many beautiful views from the sunroom, sunset from the upstairs sun porch, deer in the rolling hills from the front porch swing, walking or riding horseback on the farm, growing vegetables, herbs, flowers, or exploring the woods and streams.

Additional Information

Subdivision
None Available
Taxes
$4739
Interior Features
Additional Stairway, Attic, Breakfast Area, Built-Ins, Ceiling Fan(s), Dining Area, Exposed Beams, Formal/Separate Dining Room, Kitchen - Country, Kitchen - Eat-In, Kitchen - Island, Kitchen - Table Space, Walk-in Closet(s), Wood Floors
School District
Carroll County Public Schools
Elementary School
Elmer A. Wolfe
Middle School
Northwest
High School
Francis Scott Key Senior
Fireplaces
4
Fireplace Description
Wood, Mantel(s)
Flooring
Hardwood
Garage
Yes
Garage Spaces
6
Exterior Features
Outbuilding(s), Kennels, Extensive Hardscape
Heating
Radiator
Heating Fuel
Oil
Cooling
Ceiling Fan(s), Wall Unit
Roof
Metal, Asphalt, Architectural Shingle
Water
Well
Sewer
Septic Exists

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