Historic Abraham Jones House 1789

MLS #: FR9939786
Listing Type: For Sale
Property Type: Residential
Price: $399,500
Location: 12106 Main Street
Libertytown
Maryland 21762
Style: Federal
Year Built: 1789
Half Bathrooms: 1
Lot Size (acres): .51 acres
Size (square feet): 3
Condition: Move in ready
Additional Out Buildings:
Submission Date: 06-14-2017
Last Update: 06-22-2017
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Agent Details: Paula Hantman
Company Name: W.C. & A.N. Miller Realtors, a Long and Foster Company
Phone Number: 3017703720
Fax: 3017703720
Cell Number: 3017703720
The historic Abraham Jones House, built in 1789, beautifully conserved on half-acre lot in a charming small town near Frederick and New Market, 50 miles to Wash DC and 46 miles to Baltimore. Stunning Federal architectural details. See video tour/slide show. Conveys "as is." Historic designation (National Register of Historic Places, #F-8-50) but no renovation restrictions. No city taxes - Libertytown not incorporated. Cellar with laundry area and workroom, wrought-iron gates at entrance, attached 1 1/2 story stone summer kitchen, period carriage stepping stone in front of house.
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Foyer
Notable Federal front doorway and plaster ceiling medallion are documented in several publications, including Maryland Period Rooms, The Baltimore Museum of Art, p. 24 and 33


Formal Parlor
Features 13 1/2 foot, ceilings, 8 foot windows, built-in cabinetry, original pine plank floors, one of six unique fireplaces. The impressive main staircase ascends three floors up to the attic landing.


Kitchen with Open Hearth and 8-foot crane
The arch of the original brick oven remains. A door leads to an adjacent family room with views to the attached stone summer kitchen and gardens.


Family Room
Leads to long beautiful yard filled with mature trees, shade and flower gardens, vegetable garden, potting shed, seasonal creek and brick terrace.


Master Bedroom
Features fireplace, built-in cabinet, beautiful windows - - next to one of two full baths, a half-bath is next to rear stairway and door, formerly used by servants.






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