Jennifer Grove
301-788-1887
SOLD
$800,000
Date 08/31/2020

709 E Main Street
Middletown, MD 21769

Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Residence
6
Beds
4
Baths
+
1 Half
5,482
Sq. Ft.
1.2
Acre Lot
1of
Photos
Map
Courtesy: Charis Realty Group
brightmlshomes.com> Maryland> Middletown> 21769
IT'S OUR HONOR AND PRIVILEGE TO OFFER TO THE PUBLIC THIS PIECE OF MIDDLETOWN HISTORIC BEAUTY & PRIDE! Welcome To Gray Haven, nestled on a tree lined drive in the heart of Middletown! The importance now more then ever this home offers the opportunity to not only love where you live, but work where you live, learn where you live, work out where you live, play where you live, entertain where you live and grow where you live! Gray Haven is the perfect home where creativity flows both indoors and outdoors; a place for healthy living, laughter, and enjoying home. Spread out while you work from home, stay healthy in your own gym space, play, garden, and entertain in your expansive backyard, and occupy the kiddos with multiple spaces for them to explore, relax, and make wonderful memories. The first decorative concrete block house built in Frederick County, Gray Haven at (Airview) Middletown, MD was built in 1906 by Lewis F. Kefauver. Sand and other materials for forming the over-sized stone-face blocks were brought from Baltimore. The blocks were cast on the premise, using molds manufactured in Brooklyn, N.Y. Above the slate-roofed attic; a widows walk provides one of the highest vantage points in Middletown. The house sites on 1-1/4 acres of land along with a large bank barn, carriage house, green house, and entertaining patio. The three-story Greek Revival style home is surrounded by columns of breezy porches and covered verandas. Entering the home to a beautiful grand foyer and hall that sets the stage. The first, second, and third levels provide unusually spacious living enhanced by generous use of chestnut and black walnut woodwork, trims, and moldings in every space. Original heartwood pine flooring is used throughout the home. Exterior doors and built-in mirrors are glazed with beveled-edge glass. Paneled pocket doors serve the parlor and family room. The three elaborate fireplaces and mantles still retain their original walnut woodwork, original glazed tile lining, and embossed copper screens. Two separate offices enable you both to be productive and professional while working from home. The expansive barn with two workrooms can also be used for a wide range of home-based businesses. A workout room, large yard with playground and basketball court and multiple town parks in walking distance let the whole family thrive indoors and out. Deeded free town water is an added perk of the property. During the early 1900s, Gray Haven was used as a vacation getaway for Washingtonians and Fredericktonians. It was advertised as ~The place to stay to enjoy the cool mountain air.~ ~Now, it provides all that your family desires with a stunning state-of-the-art kitchen, bright spacious rooms and quiet zones, three functional levels, a backyard oasis, and all-season comfortable living. Over abundance of parking. Enjoy all of the amenities Middletown has to offer...Top school district, recently renovated streetscapes with sidewalks throughout downtown, a mix of exciting new restaurants within walking distance, as well as the Award Winning Golf Club across the street! Town Revitalization At It's Best! Allow our Team of experienced and caring Realtors guide you through the process.
MDFR267536
Single Family, Single Family-Detached, Colonial
6
FREDERICK
4 Full/1 Half
1906
1.2 Acres
Other, Electric Water Heater, Public Water Service
Block, Concrete
Public Sewer
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