This pristine farmette of museum quality, built in 1875, is situated in rural Smithsburg, Maryland on three acres, with more than two acres of fenced pasture. This home has been remodeled and upgraded with quality and care in mind.
A tiled floor, a solid oak countertop and wainscoting in the kitchen reflect the quality put into this home. All appliances, including a side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, are less than two years old. An island table makes food preparation easy.
Refinished 2-inch oak boards from the original home are on the floor of the living room, cozy with a fireplace insert, large oak mantle, beam ceiling and 2-foot-thick walls.
The eat-in area next to the kitchen also has 5-inch wood floor boards, wainscoting and a pantry.
A cathedral ceiling with exposed beams gives the dining area a spacious, open feeling. Double hung, tilt-in windows provide plenty of light. An oak peg rack and a shelf built of cedar create country charm.