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Centreville, Maryland -- Beautiful, but in bad shape

Centreville, Maryland -- Beautiful, but in bad shape

1838 home in Union Bridge, Maryland

Historic Wilson's Inheritance - Maryland Farmhouse with embedded double porch.

Trevanian rd  Maryland

Trevanian rd Maryland

A beautiful farm museum nestled in the Susquehanna State Park just  up the hill from Havre de Grace. http://steppingstonemuseum.org

Steppingstone Museum in Havre de Grace, MD - they have school trips that involve experiencing farm work.

Greenwood, 1721 Georgia Avenue (State Route 27), Brookeville, Montgomery County, MD

Greenwood, 1721 Georgia Avenue (State Route 27), Brookeville, Montgomery County, MD

H. J. Patterson Hall - University of Maryland

Take a Photo Tour of the University of Maryland at College Park

Take a Photo Tour of the University of Maryland at College Park: H. Patterson Hall - University of Maryland

National Register Properties in Maryland, My Lady's Manor, 1713

National Register Listings in Maryland This is My Lady's Manor.The Bacon family started here in the

Spring house, Benjamin Henry Latrobe, Baltimore, Maryland

Keeping cool in the Antebellum South, Part two

Oxon Cove Park and Oxon Hill Farm - Educational Farm, History Exhibit and Petting Zoo in PG County.

Star-Spangled Trail: Oxon Hill Farm: Mount Welby is the former home of Mary DeButts, a witness to the burning of Washington, D.

Riversdale, is a five-part, large-scale late Georgian mansion built between 1801 & 1807, in Riverdale Park, Maryland. It was built for Belgian émigré Henri Joseph Stier, Baron de Stier. Stier planned the house in 1801 to resemble his Belgian residence, the Chateau du Mick. The local builder-architect William Lovering carried out the design work to Stier's direction. The east wing was completed first, & the Stiers occupied it in 1802. Stiers returned to Belgium in 1803

Riversdale, is a five-part, large-scale late Georgian mansion built between 1801 & 1807, in Riverdale Park, Maryland. It was built for Belgian émigré Henri Joseph Stier, Baron de Stier. Stier planned the house in 1801 to resemble his Belgian residence, the Chateau du Mick. The local builder-architect William Lovering carried out the design work to Stier's direction. The east wing was completed first, & the Stiers occupied it in 1802. Stiers returned to Belgium in 1803

National Register Listings in Maryland Property Name: Stancioff House Date Listed: 4/23/1975 Inventory No.: F-7-003 Location: 3401, Urbana Pike (MD 355), Frederick, Frederick County

National Register Listings in Maryland Property Name: Stancioff House Date Listed: Inventory No.

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