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Bespoke equestrian beauty on 20+ acres in the heart of Howard county. Custom 6000+ sq. ft. Victorian with 6 bedrms & 5.5 baths all constructed with the highest quality materials. Features include


2 fireplaces, inlaid wood floors, butler's pantry, exercise room, second floor family room and 4 car garage with custom dog house. Pool with waterfall. Indoor arena with stalls, tack room, hot and cold wash rack, office, bath and equipment storage area. $1,925,000


Annapolis treasure... quaint farm house on 7 acres within minutes to downtown Annapolis. Full front porch, two masonry fireplaces, 3 finished levels include 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, hardwood floors and


charm! Center aisle 5 stall barn with large hay loft and huge feed room. Several paddocks with 4 board fencing. Lovely water views on a highly desirable street. Homes in this area on this much land do not come along often. Rent or sale. $1,100,000 or rent $3450


Just 7 miles to downtown DC is a rare farmette nestled on just under 5 acres within hundreds of acres of preservation land and adjacent to trails just off the Potomac River. Georgetown styled


home boasts a showplace center staircase leading to three finished levels with 3 bedrooms en suite and wonderfully adorned with fine finishes from the design center in DC. Gated entrance to home and custom 3 stall barn all backing to miles of trails. $975,000


Wonderful lot situated at the end of a quiet street in a bucolic pastoral area. Sprawling brick ranch home for easy 1 floor living plus a full walk out basement.The home boasts big rooms, wood floors, expansive deck, covered front porch, brick fireplace,


a super sized basement with walk out to yard, PLUS an indoor arena with sand footing, tack room, stalls & storage! Great Price! $560,000


Elegant, private 12-acre estate nestled within 24 richly wooded acres of Smithsonian preserve. Expertly crafted 5600 sq ft French Country Tudor home featured in House Beautiful magazine, w/hardwood floors, curved motif staircase, library, separate entry au pair suite, fenced acres with water +


electric, barn with h/c wash rack, Dutch doors, hay storage and lighted riding ring. Blue ribbon HS. $1,250,000


Selling & fi nancing equestrian farms is a specialty


Striking 14 + acre equestrian home in Frederick. Expansive 5 bedroom home with just under 5000 square feet beautifully sited with views over the pastures to the mountains. Extra large 6 stall center aisle barn plus a Perma-Flex riding ring. $985,000


Better than new 5+ acre farmette well-suited for your extended family. Includes an in-law suite for a total of 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths in 4000 sq. ft. of the finest upgrades. Plus a detached 3 car


garage with full bath. Additional 2 car garage. RV hook up. Center aisle barn, riding ring and several paddocks just minutes from PG Equestrian center. $624,598


Wonderful 6+ acre lot perced for 5 bedrooms. Great location offers peace and quiet but close to shopping and amenities. Mostly open fields with some small treed areas. Stream on property too. Lot recently appraised and


financing available. Bring your own builder or seller can help you to work with one. Owner is a licensed agent. $349,000


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