Historic Colonial Waterfront Farm at Potomac River on 127 acres in Southern Maryland.
Maiden Point Farm is a private, waterfront, organic farm bordered by white board fences and miles of scenic shoreline. The fully restored Manor House is constructed of 16” thick brick walls. Its hardwood & brick floors have been restored and /or preserved as are its raised panel walls and woodworking. This example of 18th century architecture was built before George Washington was born! The farm is situated at the end of a mile-long, tree-lined driveway that offers pastoral views of the hay, grass and groves of trees where horses and cattle peacefully co-exist alongside bales of hay, wild turkeys, deer, foxes, ducks and geese.
A Gate House sits at the estate entrance and two rental homes gently dot the views to the waterfront. The carriage house, barn, stable, run-in sheds, riding ring, machine shed, and picturesque guest cottage present themselves along the ride to the Manor House and its architectural mate, the 2-bedroom Cabana/ Pool House, is situated by the brick patio surrounding the 10 foot deep pool. The entire grounds are bordered by boxwoods some of which originated at Mount Vernon across the Potomac. Flower gardens, ponds, raised vegetable gardens, and meandering brick pathways invite pleasant strolls, while eagles and other birds glide and soar above the rooftops. The waterscapes are uncluttered and nearly unchanged for hundreds of years. View more photos at www.MaidenPointFarm.net