Historic 153-Acre Langdon Farm Reduced to $6.5-Million (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
Historic 153-Acre Langdon Farm Reduced to $6.5-Million
7373 Tilghman Island Road, Sherwood, Maryland, United States 21665
An historic property with roots dating back to the mid-1600s is back on the market with a deeply discounted list price. The 153-acre property, known as Langdon Farm, was originally listed at $15.5-million in mid-2007 and after numerous price reductions over the course of four years, the property is back on the market for less than half of that original list price. It can now be yours for the deeply discounted price of just $6.5-million. According to wboc16 the farm dates back to a land patent in 1659 and was once known as ‘Bridges Chance’ by former owner Daniel Lamdin. Wboc16 also notes that the farm was later renamed Hebron, after the biblical city south of Jerusalem, by Lamdin’s daughters in the early 1800s. The original home survived bombings by British forces during the Revolutionary War and was briefly occupied by British soldiers during the war of 1812. The main house was originally built in the late 1700s and has been expanded and renovated to the present state of more than 10,000 square feet. This magnificent estate offers exceptional craftsmanship & amenities with 11 fireplaces throughout, grand public & private rooms, a swimming pool, pool house, cabana, garden house, extensive barns, stables, manager’s office, guest cottage, generous garage, & 280-foot deep-water dock. There are a total of 9 bedrooms and 8 bathroom throughout the residence. The property also features about 4,000-feet of waterfront on Harris Creek and Dun Cove. To see the full listing click here.