Orchard House c.1900
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|PURCHASED IN 2006|
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|LISTING BROKER:||Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.|
|MORTGAGE PRE-APPROVAL||Prosperity Mortgage.|
Beautiful setting with an orchard across the street and mountain views. The restoration of this cozy home is well on its way with refinished floors and new paint…wonderful detached studio building, charming barn and “rocking chair” front porch. In orchard country near Rte. 15 and minutes to Frederick. Close to DC and Baltimore, this rare property is an incredible buying opportunity.
|Address: 15140 Orchard Road||Bedrooms: 3|
|City: Thurmont||Bathrooms: 1|
|State: MD||Basement: Cellar|
|ZIP: 21788||Style: Victorian Farmhouse|
|Year Built: 1900||Acreage: 2|
|Estimated Taxes: $3,212|
Living Room 19’x10′ – Refinished wood floor, ceiling fan, front door.
Dining Room 19’x11′ – Refinished wood floor, front door.
Kitchen 17’x14′ – Breakfast nook, door to deck.
Family Room 16’x13′ – Brick floor, wood stove, ceiling fan.
Bedroom 1 19’x11′ – Wood floor, stairs to attic.
Bedroom 2 11’x11′ – Wood floor
Bedroom 3 11’x9′ – Wood floor
- Vinyl siding
- Stairway to attic
- Garden pond off deck
- Vintage outhouse
- Studio building with electricity
- Two story barn (restoration required)
- Mature trees
- Surrounded by farms and orchards
- Wrap around porch
- Corner lot
- SUGGESTED REPAIRS – new plumbing & repair furnace. Inspect well and pressure tank.
Camp David – Presidential Retreat
Catoctin Mountain Park –This home rests at the foot of the spectacular Catoctin Mountains and minutes from parks.
Cunningham Falls State Park – The largest cascading water fall in the state.
Appalachian Trail – Minutes to the beautiful national landmark.
Gettysburg – Historic Pennsylvania town and battlefields
ABOUT THURMONT, MARYLAND
Thurmont is a town in Frederick County, Maryland, United States. The population was 5,588 at the 2000 census. The town is located in the northern part of Frederick County (north of Frederick, Maryland, the county seat), approximately ten miles from the Pennsylvania border, along U.S. Highway 15. It is very close to Cunningham Falls State Park and Catoctin Mountain Park, which contains the presidential retreat of Camp David. The town’s slogan is “Gateway to the Mountains.” Thurmont was designated in 2005 as a “Main Street Maryland Community.”Thurmont was originally incorporated in 1751 as the Town of Mechanicstown. The name was changed to Thurmont by an act of the Maryland General Assembly on January 18, 1894. The Western Maryland Railway built its main railroad line to Thurmont in 1871, connecting the town with Baltimore, and later with Hagerstown and Cumberland.