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Historic Honeysuckle Hill c.1820

9201 Brink Road, Gaithersburg, MD 20882
$675,000
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Description

Historic Honeysuckle Hill c.1820
This extraordinary historic home has been beautifully restored & renovated. Located close to Washington, DC & Baltimore in a private setting backing to parkland, this unique buying opportunity features gardens, spacious deck with hot tub, gazebo, detached garage, barn, gourmet kitchen with fireplace, gorgeous master suite with elevated ceiling, spacious master bathroom, dressing room, study & much more. A unique blend of modern amenities and historic detailing, this is a home of rare and beautiful distinction.

History of Honeysuckle Hill
This home is 19th century; it was built by John Jones and his family about 1820. John Jones married a neighbor, Anne Smith Waters, and they had at least ten children. The home later passed down to John Jone’s son Richard. After Richard’s death, the grown children who remained on the farm were: Priscilla, Margaret, Somerset, Sarah Emma, and her husband Capt. Reuben Riggs. Emma, who didn’t marry until her seventies, was the youngest of John Jonest children. She was famous for her butter that was sold to the well-to-do in Washington, D.C. Her husband Reuben, who was a widower at the time of their marriage, was often referred to as Mr. Jones. Emma lived there until her death in 1929, and was the last to be buried in the Jones family graveyard by their home. In the years that followed, the home remained vacant for some eleven years and then became a tenant farm. During this time, hogs were kept in the parlor and chickens in an upstairs bedroom. An annex was added about 1950. (Ardith Gunderman Boggs)
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History of Goshen 
This community of Goshen, originally part of Saint Mary’s County and Prince Georges County, became  Frederick County in 1748, and in 1776 became Montgomery County. In 1743, a land grant, consisting of Benjamin’s Square and Land of Goshen, was deeded to Benjamin Wallingford. At this time log cabins were scattered here and there, housing the early settlers. Sometime after 1737, the Pigman family bought quantities of land and started  several mills. By 1790, records indicated two mills, a copper mine, mill dams and races, and a log cabin used for a mill store on property referred to as Pigman’s Purchase. This valley was indeed the land of milk and honey; fertile, just perfect for growing tobacco and corn. Early in the 1800’s attention was turned to growing wheat. A system of  high hills known as Parr’s Ridge crosses the county diagonally. These hills and plateaus are separated by streams and creeks that water the territory abundantly. Seneca  Creek is fed by numerous tributaries bordering Parr’s Ridge, which is separated from the headwaters of the Patuxent River by a barrier of slate that curves from Damascus  to Laytonsville and beyond. One of these tributaries is the Goshen Branch, sometimes referred to as Little Seneca, Magruder Creek or Riggs Creek. It is on this creek, along  Goshen Road (now Brink), where the mills were built that became the backbone of the early farming community of “Goshen Mills’. By 1845, the name was simply “Goshen.” (Ardith Gunderman Boggs)
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2 Car garage
Spacious Deck with Hot Tub
Gazebo
Barn
Shed

Links

Maryland Historical Trust – Honeysuckle Hill (aka John Jones House)
History of Honeysuckle Hill – by Ardith Gunderman Boggs
History of Goshen – Goshen: From The Beginning by Ardith Gunderman Boggs
New Plaque Honors History of Goshen Mills –  Gazette.net 12/10/2010
Residents Guide – Historic Preservation in Montgomery County
Montgomery County Historical Society – All about the history of the county (22 min.)
Tax Credit Programs – Montgomery County Historic Properties
Montgomery History – History of Montgomery County
Montgomery County – About Montgomery County
Visit Montgomery County – Maryland’s Gateway to the Nation’s Capital
Plat – Survey of Honeysuckle Hills

VIDEOS

Montgomery County Historical Society – All about the history of the county (22 min.)
Montgomery Plans – A wonderful video discussing ownership of a designated historic home in MC (15 min.)

  • Address: 9201 Brink Road
  • City: Gaithersburg
  • State/county: Maryland
  • Zip/Postal Code: 20882
  • Country: United States

Detail

Updated on April 1, 2019 at 2:05 am

  • Property ID: 3809
  • Price: $675,000
  • Land Area: 3.14 Acres
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Garage: 1
  • Garage Size: 2 Spaces
  • Year Built: 1820
  • Property Type: Estates, Homes
  • Property Status: Sold

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Gary Gestson
Gary Gestson
301-975-9500 ext. 4604301-646-0046
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