This one hundred year old, Queen Anne Victorian historic house was
built to be the Parsonage for Trinity Methodist Church (visible on
the left in above picture).
The house has 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, updated
plumbing, electric, central heat and air conditioning along with
many upgrades.. Located on one half acre in the historic town
in Somerset County, Maryland. This is one of sixteen historic
homes that line Marion Station's famous "Millionaire Row"
that was built up when prosperous merchants in the seafood and strawberry business
built large Victorian homes just outside of the town's center.
FEATURES and Specifics
|Built in 1900
2980 square feet (living space)
4 bedrooms (closets in all bedrooms)
Florida Room with cathedral ceiling
Floored attic with stairway
furnace less than ten years old.
Well - six years old
Septic in top condition
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|Half acre lot
Garage (two car - 24 X 24)
Laundry / Utility Room
Central Air (two units)
Central Heat (gas fired - two units)
NOTE: Heat and Air Conditioning for upstairs and downstairs can be
Heart Virginia Pine Floors
Wall to Wall carpeting (new)
Tiled Floor in Kitchen
Custom built Kitchen Cabinets
Walk in Pantry
Three working fireplaces
(one with gas logs)
Built in cabinetry units in family room
Nine foot ceilings
Storm Windows throughout
Vinyl / Aluminum siding
Automatic garage door openers
Carved Oak mantles
15 x 30 oval shaped swimming pool surrounded by pressure treated wood deck measuring
44 X 22.
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Elementary - Woodson Elementary
Middle - Westover Middle
High School - Crisfield High School
All room dimensions, and other measurements are
approximate. All property specifics and general information on this
property is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Prospective purchasers
should verify the information to their own satisfaction.