Historic House Listings

Off market. Circa 1740 Quaker Farmhouse. On 16 acres in Maryland. $169,900

May 8, 2019

This property sure would be fun to explore! This Quaker farmhouse was built in 1740. It is located on 16 acres in Colora, Maryland. It is situated on lot 19 of the original Notingham Lots granted by William Penn. The property also has an original bank style dairy barn with silo. This home is not habitable. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,016 square feet. $239,900 New Price: $169,900

From the Zillow listing:


Historic 1740’s brick Quaker farmhouse in northern Cecil County, MD.  Property is listed as lot 19 of the original Nottingham Lots granted by William Penn.  Home is not habitable and will need a full restoration, but is definitely a worthy project.  Property consists of 16 acres and a unique bank style dairy barn with original silo just waiting for restoration.  Property is sold AS-IS and seller requires appointments for all showings, do not enter the property unaccompanied.  CALL TODAY!

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