Frederick (Maryland, US - 21717)
$485,000 Two parcels one price!


"A PIECE OF HISTORY COULD BE YOURS" 
 
Details

Address: 3528 & 3532 Buckeystown Pike
Type: Residential
Style:  3 Story
Development Level: Built
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Half Bathrooms: 1
Garage: Double, Detached
Basement: Yes
MLS#: MDFR2019636
 
Description

Price reduced under appraised value. An amazing opportunity awaits you to purchase 2 parcels for one price in Buckeystown. The current owners have lovingly respected the integrity of these unique buildings for 50 years. The 3 bedroom, 1 and ½ bath home at 3528 Buckeystown Pike, is a modest colonial home built of rare, iron rich stone quarried along the Monocacy River. The home was owned by the Buckey family and in the 1850’s was a millinery shop. The original built in warming closet adjacent to the 1820’s fireplace is unique. The second fireplace on the 1st floor was refaced with stone in the 1940’s and conveys a wood burning insert. In 1917, an addition was added that replaced the summer kitchen with a large open kitchen and pantry and bedrooms. Upgrades include replacement windows, new furnace, new hot water heater and the roof is 2 years young. The home boasts of 18-inch window ledges, original flooring, hardware, and doors. A 2nd story year around south facing sun porch and 3rd floor attic add to the charm of the home. The detached 2 story, 2 car garage offers a variety of opportunities for vehicles, a workshop or storage area. Mature trees and flower beds surround a private outdoor sitting area. The house was included on Smithsonian, Frederick County Landmark and Buckeystown Preservation Society tours.
The adjacent stone building is perfect for an artist/hobbyist or storage area with a loading dock. It is well known by many as Bodmer’s Stoves and Pottery at 3532 Buckeystown Pike. The history of the properties is well documented by the current owner and her books on the village are a legacy for Frederick County. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own two historic stone structures, described by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1934 as the most beautiful stone he had ever had the pleasure to behold. Call for a showing today and fall in love with the beauty, the simplicity and history of these properties.
 
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