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680 CHERRY GROVE ROAD, Earleville, Maryland 21919 - Cecil County
$2,999,000 400 Acres
5 Bedroom 4 Bathrooms Sq.Ft.
Property ID 1493581


Cherry Grove Farm offers a glimpse into our past when the farm was owned by a prominent Governor of Maryland, Thomas Veasey. The original body of the main house, which dates to the mid 1700's is of Dutch Colonial design and log construction with subsequent frame additions. The home features period wood flooring, paneling, exposed beams, numerous fireplaces, brick flooring, screened porch and wonderful summer breezes. In addition to the sprawling main house, the farm features a small frame tenant cottage, and numerous ancillary buildings to the main farming operation. Of the approx. 400 acres there are about 200 acres in cultivation, with the balance around the buildings and woods. The farm has approx. 10,000 feet or waterfrontage at the confluence of the Bohemia and Elk Rivers along the Inter Coastal Waterway. The water views from this property are second to none. Cherry Grove is not only a farm, or a waterfront estate, it is a lifestyle that offers a quiet country setting where history abounds.


From Rt 213, west on Glebe Rd, right Cherry Grove Rd, continue to the "Y", this is the property. Main house to the left, fields & water to the right.

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