Opportunity awaits for this early 1800's historic charmer to be restored back to the beauty and uniqueness it once had! Originally known as "Wagon Run Farm", this 19th century farmhouse was built of logs around 1830 and cased with brick approximately 1904. The full, covered front porch boasts turned posts with elaborate scroll cut brackets. The basement has access from stairs inside the house and outside and has a concrete floor and there's a full attic with walk up stairs. The house is listed in the Maryland Historic Sites Inventory but is not on the historical registry. The property offers a small block barn with stalls and full hayloft above, several outbuildings, and the serenity of Little Beaver Creek running through part of the property for you to enjoy! All situated on over 3.5 acres in the quaint area of Mt. Lena, close proximity to Greenbrier State Park, Antietam National Battlefield, and other tourist destinations such as Shepherdstown and Harpers Ferry. Many possible uses for this rare gem can be explored!
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