When I lived in Annapolis many years ago, the Peggy Stewart House was a part of my daily life.I would spot it frequently as I walked to and from work, and on my jaunts around town.It’s now on the market for $3.2 million.
The Peggy Stewart House got its name from the ship named after Anthony Stewart’s daughter, Margaret. Stewart, a merchant and importer, lived in the home for seven years. in 1774, he returned to the US with a ship full of tea, paid the duty on the tea which was a violation of non-importation agreement. There was a riot, and Stewart was forced by the mob to set fire to his ship and its cargo. Stewart fled Annapolis soon after.
TheStewart House includes five bedrooms, four bathrooms, eight garage parking spaces (which may account for the high price – parking is at a premium in Annapolis, year-round), a roof deck,and an elegant rear garden, all on an unusually large lot.
However, the house also is full of mod-cons, including a great kitchen with all of the big name appliances,and central air-conditioning, essential in this part of the world, and, of course, indoor plumbing!
Having lived in Annapolis, I can tell you it’s a great place to live, and this is a fabulous house!
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