This property consists of 4 acres. This entire neighborhood was once a large farm. This property held the main farm house and the apple orchard. The stone foundation of the barn on the property was the foundation of the original farmhouse that burned down. There are two remaining 200 year old apple trees on the property. There is a clear, spring fed pond on the property. There is a small building near the pond that was a chicken coop and further back on the property you can find the remains of the old root cellar. The property abounds with wildlife. Deer and wild turkeys often roam the property as well as an occasional black bear.
The person who built the house used many salvaged materials, some of which have historical significance to the area. The beams and ceiling in the dining room came from an old barn in McHenry. The ceiling in the kitchen as well as the trim in the living room is chestnut wood from the original cabins at the Will O the Wisp resort. This was the first resort on Deep Creek Lake.
The home has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. There are two bedrooms on the main floor. One has a king bed and one has 2 twin beds. The other bedroom is on the second floor and has 2 queen size beds. There is a full bath on each level. The upper level has a small loft area with a full futon, rocking chair with ottoman, small round table and 2 chairs, coffee table, end table and a flat screen TV with satellite and DVD. The dining area features a wood stove with a gorgeous stone wall behind it. The stones were hand picked from the property by the previous owner and many have plant fossil imprints in the stones. There is a cozy living area with huge windows on 2 sides overlooking the property. The living area also has a flat screen TV with satellite and DVD.
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