A rare opportunity to acquire a special property that dates back to 1634 and the original grant of Warehouse Farm by Cecil Calvert. Now known as the "Boothe Family Farm on Warehouse Point". Part of the first settlement in Maryland the third English settlement in North America. The elevated part of the farm affords a majestic overlook of the St. Mary's River across Tippity Wichity Island to Historic St. Mary's City and St. Mary's College of Maryland. A waterfront farm consisting of 138 acres of land and 3,800 feet of shoreline with a legacy entitlement of 5 houses without any subdivision and up to 7 homes if subdivided. There are 7 new percolation sites already approved by the Health Department. The lower fields are planted to the shoreline and then follow a gentle rise uphill from the water to the upper fields and a panoramic view of the sunrise. It is improved by 3 existing modest houses, outbuildings/barns and a separate two story farmhouse abandoned some years ago but still standing. This could be a great wine property given the contour lines run North to South giving East/ West plant exposure. Perfect for a family compound or high end development. Come see what other distinguished Washingtonians have discovered, a private piece of history on a beautiful river that flows to Chesapeake Bay and a short drive of less than 65 miles from the Nation's Capital. Be sure to watch both video's.
Courtesy of: Benson & Mangold, LLC
Courtesy of: Baldus Real Estate, Inc.
Courtesy of: William Penn Real Estate Assoc
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