Featured Listing: 6349 Broad Neck Rd, Chestertown, MD
Listing Price $3,900,000
Situated on the East Fork of Langford Creek across from The Reward
Recreation, Relaxation, Reflection…
A tree lined drive escorts you to one of the most extraordinary waterfront properties on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Circa 1779, this historic Colonial was completely renovated in 1992 to provide modern amenities while preserving its classic elegance.
Center hall foyer escorts you to formal dining and gentleman’s game room
Prominent great room with vast views to Langford Creek
Spacious and well-lit kitchen with egress to the expansive screened porch
Upper lever Master Suite
Lower Level Master Suite
Upper level bedroom
Upper level bedroom
Completely renovated guest cottage with 3 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom,
hardwood floors and a useful screened porch
Hunting lodge with 1 bedroom and a loft bedroom is fully equipped with living room and kitchen
King’s Prevention, a 143.4 acre waterfront farm estate on the East Fork of Langford Creek near Chestertown, MD, is an extraordinary property offering both Colonial architecture blended with modern upgrades. The main residence, renovated in 1992, consists of 6,448 square feet of finished living space offering two master suites, two additional bedrooms with working fireplaces, and three & one half bathrooms. The location of the house provides sweeping views to the water. The great room with fireplace and wet bar is surrounded by handsome brick patios flowing to the expansive lawns. The large kitchen is central to the elegant dining room for formal occasions and the large screened porch for more casual entertaining. The gentleman’s game room with two fireplaces adds the refined touches envisioned by previous owners’ Elias King, circa 1665, and renowned photographer Constance Stuart Larrabee.
This farm estate offers all the amenities for the hunting, boating & nature enthusiast. A three bedroom, one bath cottage with central heat and a hunting lodge with bedroom and bathroom fully equipped with living room and kitchen allow ample room for family and friends.
Just minutes away lies historic CHESTERTOWN, a quaint, colonial, waterfront town nestled on the banks of the Chester River that traces its roots back to the mid-seventeenth century. As the county seat for rural, bucolic Kent County, it offers a thriving downtown district, which includes Washington College, one of the oldest liberal arts colleges in the country, as well as our local hospital, Chester River Health System of the University of Maryland. Chestertown’s downtown offers live theater at the Garfield Center, a multitude of art galleries, fine dining as well as casual fare, eclectic shops featuring clothing, accessories, home décor and much more. Our renowned bakery and bookshops allow for casual coffee and conversation. On Saturday mornings we meet at Fountain Park located in the center of town. The park is home to our nationally recognized Chestertown Farmers’ & Artisans’ Market where patrons may purchase fresh flowers & produce, herb & garden plants, handmade soaps, fresh bread, homemade pies and many other locally crafted products.
Chestertown and the surrounding region hold a seemingly endless array of both land and water recreation. Washington College’s 1782 Club offers activities ranging from sailing and rowing clubs to a modern fitness facility that includes swimming and tennis. The Chester River Yacht & Country Club with an eighteen hole golf course is located adjacent to the town center. Furthermore, the region surrounding this property offers boaters numerous choices, from cruising and fishing the open waters of the Chesapeake to countless miles of canoe and kayak trails.
BALTIMORE * 45 ANNAPOLIS * 40 WASHINGTON * 187 ST. MICHAELS * 59 WILMINGTON * 39
BALTIMORE * 70 ANNAPOLIS * 50 WASHINGTON * 74 ST. MICHAELS * 59 WILMINGTON * 48
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