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Sold. Captain Palmer House, Circa 1905. Over four waterfront acres in Maryland. $425,000

July 17, 2019

The Captain Palmer house was built in 1905. It is located on 4.56 acres in Coltons Point, Maryland. This waterfront home is situated along the Potomac River/Dukehearts Channel. There is a basement with a cellar type of entrance. It is currently used as a workshop. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,342 square feet. $425,000

From the Zillow listing:


BACK ON THE MARKET… The timeless Home! This home was constructed in 1905 by Captain Palmer. Nestled on 4.56 acres of Water Front overlooking the Potomac River/Dukeharts Channel. Entering the front door and stepping back to the early 1900’s you will see how meticulous construction was. You will be amazed with the size of the rooms and the views of the water from all of them. This home was pre-appraised prior to listing. Some renovations may be needed for different types of financing. Please check with your lender. You will truly be amazed at the detail throughout this home. Basement is a cellar entry and is currently used as a work shop. The complete attack is floored with 9+’ ceilings. The home is on a peninsula and surrounded by water on three sides and is a parklike setting. The vision is limitless for its modern day uses. There is also a private pier to the right of the property.

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