This is an opportunity to own part of Colonial Maryland and American History. This acreage is part of the Warehouse Farm (now known as The Boothe Family Farm) grant from Leonard Calvert dating back to 1634 when access to the St. Mary's River was the only link back to England and the Old World. At the birthplace of Maryland, the elevated portion of the farm affords a majestic overlook of St. Mary's River across Tippity Whitchity Island to St. Mary's City and St. Mary's College of Maryland. The total property consists of three separate tracts of land. Tract#1 - The water front farm consists of approximately 135 acres with approx. 3800 ft. of shoreline the majority of which is farm field with gentle slope uphill from the water to the upper fields. It is improved by 3 existing modest houses, outbuildings/barns and a separate two story farmhouse abandoned some years ago but still standing. This could be a great wine property given the contour lines run North to South giving East/ West plant exposure. Perfect for a family compound or high end development. This part of the property has a potential for 8 building site. Track # 2 consists of 72 acres on the W side of Flat Iron Road mostly wooded with potential for 7 lots. Track # 3 has 15 acres on E side on Flat Iron adjoining Riverside Estates with potential of 5 lots with TDRs. Come see what other distinguished Washingtonians have discovered, a private piece of history on a beautiful river that flows to Chesapeake Bay and a short drive of less than 65 miles from the Nation's Capital.
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