Rare opportunity to own an iconic Maryland colonial era manor house and farm. "Corsica Landing" comprises 58 acre Rocky Point with 1.87 miles of shoreline on the Corsica River. The Manor House, built in 1781, is on one of the highest points in Queen Anne County affording sweeping views of fields and river beyond. Built entirely of brick with walls 18 inches thick at the first floor level, the structure is a classic Georgian center hall of the time, with matching wings and an extensive solarium on the western side. The main structure is one room deep to take advantage of river breezes, has 9+ foot ceilings, heartwood floors and original mouldings and details. Both wings have multiple rooms, separate staircases to second floor quarters, and fireplaces (6 in total). There are a total of 6 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. A separate bar/full service kitchen services the library and solarium. The lower level has a commercial size laundry room, one car garage and extensive cellars.
The property has a separate 2 car garage with guest rooms and a bathroom above, as well as a workroom and large greenhouse. There is a separate caretakers quarters as well as an additional workshop building and a barn.
A separate pool (needing repair) and a pool house overlooking farm, fields and river offer a private respite from other activities. Corsica Landing has a bulkheaded waterfront section for riverside activities, boat storage (future dock) and launch, and overlooks one of the most desirable, deep overnight anchorages on the Chesapeake. There is 8 feet MLW only 50 feet from shore.
Don't miss this chance to enjoy life in "the land of pleasant living".
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