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NEW LISTING FREDERICK COUNTY – JEFFERSON – Live every day as if you are on vacation WITH YOUR HORSES! T is


spectacular 24 acre


property off ers view of mountains, trees, rolling hills or streams from every angle. T e front and rear porches of


the custom cape cod off er options for relaxation


and entertaining. T e quality home has formal and informal spaces including a great room with a grand stone fi replace. First fl oor master suite and 3 additional bedrooms upstairs. Fully fi nished walkout lower level decked out for more entertaining. Fabulous in ground pool AND volleyball court that capture the mountain


views. Large barn is currently improved with 4 stalls but has room for 4+ additional, water, electric and tack room set up. Much of property is board fenced. Partially wooded with your own babbling brook and trails. T is is a special property that will please the entire family. $798,000


HOWARD COUNTY – MT AIRY – Picture perfect country estate in western Howard County. Peaceful country living within easy commuting distance to DC and Baltimore. 56 scenic acres with options for future home site in view of pond and gently rolling countryside. Easy hack to Patuxent State park trails. T e existing home is salvageable but is likely a tear down. Multiple outbuildings including 2 bank barns await your renovation. Spectacular setting. Majority of property is subject to 1 year lease on crop land. Yes, these properties DO exist! Well priced at $685,000.


FREDERICK COUNTY – MT AIRY – Work where you live on this state of the art equestrian facility. T is thoughtfully designed property generates in excess of $100,000 per year with indoor arena with attached center aisle barns and outdoor arena. Ample parking and equipment storage. In addition, there are 3 rental properties and farm offi ce with kitchen and bath facilities. T e all brick estate home off ers over 5,300 square feet of quality. T is property sparkles! Call Tracy for details.


HOWARD COUNTY, GLENELG – You will want for absolutely nothing while owning this estate property in the Glenelg area of Howard County. An oasis of 17 acres situated near top schools, major routes and shopping make it a unique fi nd for the equestrian in the family. T e upscale stone accented custom colonial home off ers over 6,000 square feet of fi nished space PLUS a full upscale in-law “home” in the lower level. T ere is an attached 2 car garage on the main


level of the home and an additional 1 car garage at the walkout level to the rear. T is home off ers all of the features that you would expect from a recently built estate home including hardwood fl oors throughout, high ceilings on all 3 levels, generous room sizes, stone walled fi replace, luxurious kitchen with large island and even a cozy home theater. For the equestrian, there are 22 stalls within the 2 center aisle barns. T e property is board fenced into several paddocks that have access to water. An all weather riding ring is located conveniently off of one of the barns. Ample trailer, hay and equipment storage in bank barn and separate storage shed. BONUS farmhouse on property with 3 bedrooms ideal for extended family. NO HOA Off ered at $1,299,999. Call for your private tour.


HOWARD COUNTY, WEST FRIENDSHIP – Charming, remodeled contemporary rancher home situated on 5 acres. T e quality home features hardwood fl oors, vaulted ceilings, stone fi replace, 4 bedrooms and 4 full baths. T e elevated site promotes the pastoral views from the covered porch. Well priced now at $635,000.


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