Hidden away in Clarksville, MD, this extraordinary 135-acre property is listed in The National Register of Historic Places, a significant representation over 300 years of the agricultural heritage and architectural evolution of the area. The oldest portion of the manor house dates from the 18th century, including a log cabin believed to have been attached to the central section of the house in the 1700’s. A 2-story expansion in 1846 added the main level parlor and upper-level bedrooms. In 1919, noted architect Bayard Turnbull was engaged to renovate and enlarge the property, resulting in a large 2-story T-shaped addition on the back with multiple rooms and baths. Another comprehensive renovation was undertaken in 2005 including period-accurate restoration along with the addition of a modern kitchen and central heat and air conditioning. With nearly 6700 square feet, the manor house offers 6 bedrooms and 5 baths, and a unique, versatile floor plan offering myriad options for utilizing the interesting collection of rooms and spaces. The sweeping, wrap-around mahogany porch sports 22 Doric columns and provides a peaceful, pastoral view of open fields and woods. View the 3D model to appreciate the character and charm of this wonderful home. A large contingent of outbuildings survive, including a Superintendent’s House, Bank Barn, Springhouse, and Smoke House all dating from the 1800’s, plus a Corn Crib, Barrack Barn, and sheds, all circa 1900. A stone firepit was added beyond the back fence in 2014. The estate’s private and beautiful setting is centrally located, with shopping, amenities, and major routes only minutes away.
Listing courtesy of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc..