1850 Sunny home 4FP small charming town near DC

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Middletown Vacation Rental
   
Type Home
   
Sleeps 11
Bedrooms 3
Baths 3.5
   
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Stay in this fully restored pre-1850s historic farm home located in the foothills of the mountains just north of Washington, DC. This Greek revival home was one of the old large landholder farms in the area. Now sitting on .8 acres, it is conveniently across the street from the town's park, and surrounded by neighborhood homes. Mixing the old with new, this home looks east and west at mountains. The house gets plenty of sun all day, but morning coffee on the back deck overlooking the gardens, is very special. The house has 3500 square feet and will sleep 10, so bring the whole family. Inside the first floor includes a gourmet kitchen, dinning room, family room, music room, living room, and a full bath. Upstairs there are two more full baths and three bedrooms (130, 225, and a 600 square foot master). The bathroom in the master bedroom has a shower and two-person Jacuzzi, and when combined with the two walk-in closets exceeds 220 square feet. Both the master and the second largest bedroom, have beautiful, non-working, fireplaces. Downstairs the fireplaces in the dinning and living rooms have gas logs and are both beautiful and cozy. The nice thing about this house is that all of the ceilings are tall, upstairs and down. The dining room has wide plank chestnut floors that are original. With stunning workmanship throughout this home is a wonderful place to stay with your family.

Whether you want to come to visit the city (Washington, DC), or get away from the city, or both, this is a beautiful historic home with a great location. Spend a few nights and enjoy a peaceful get away. We have all you need to stay a few days including our own valley dairy/creamery. The South Mountain Creamery (located about five miles away) has fresh milk, cheese, and ice cream made on site daily. This creamery actually home delivers throughout the region. You can visit the creamery and ask for a tour unless they're really busy they usually like to show the processes. During the calving season the kids can actually help bottle feed the new calves.
  • 2 person jacuzzi tub master 4 Fireplaces 2 Work
  • BBQ Utensils
  • Refrigerator Microwave
  • Full Kitchen Coffee Maker
  • TV/VCR Stereo
  • Phone Linens provided
  • High Speed Internet Fireplace
  • Cable/Satellite TV Air Conditioning

Visit Gladhills famous furniture store one mile away, Main CUP for lunch and dinner and our famous local dairy where bring the kids and grand kids for fresh ice cream, and yogurt and cheeses where you can feed bottles of milk to baby calf's. We are charmed by the setting and our town gets a 66 on workability which is good since the meter cannot even take into account the views. South mountain inn is about 4 miles away and there are three lovely very nice golf courses just in town not even .5 miles. Antique shopping in downtown Frederick and our favorite if Brewers Alley for lobster dinners for 12.95 full meals and wow the lobster was exceptional a year back or so. please confirm.

  • Wildlife Viewing Camping & Hiking
  • Fishing Theaters / Cinemas
  • Sightseeing Shopping
  • Restaurants Museums
  • Miniature golf Golf
  • Biking Basketball

Originally known as Smithfield, the town of Middletown, Maryland, was established in 1767. It is located on the historic Old National Pike (now known as US Highway 40 and occasionally like in Middletown, Alt 40) which was built by the British to move settlers and goods from Baltimore Maryland, westward to the Ohio territory. British General Braddock and Lt Col George Washington used that road in their ill fated campaign (Washington surrendered at Fort Necessity, Pennsylvania located along the Old National Pike and General Braddock is buried near that site) against the French during the French Indian War. Middletown, located in the center of Middletown Valley and just west of Frederick, Maryland, is situated between Braddock Mountain (the Catoctin Mountains) and South Mountain (the Blue Ridge Mountains). During the Civil War the valley was regularly the site of North/South skirmishes and battles from 1861-Antietam to 1864-Monocacy. General Jubal Early used the Old national Pike and our house as his headquarters during the Battle of Monocacy which was part of his 1864 failed rear guard sneak attack on Washington, DC., , Centrally located, Middletown is 50 miles northwest of Washington, DC; 50 miles west northwest of Baltimore, Maryland; 10 miles north-northwest of Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland; 40 miles southwest of Gettysburg National Battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; 25 miles south of Camp David and the Catoctin Mountain Park, Maryland; 14 miles east southeast of Antietam National Battlefield in Sharpsburg, Maryland; 18 miles east northeast of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia; and 47 miles north of Manassas National Battlefield (Bull Run I & II), Manassas, Virginia. The area is steeped in Revolutionary and Civil war history, not to mention being close enough to Washington, DC to take day trips and visit the national museums and expositions which are free. If you do not want to drive into Washington, DC and fight the traffic, you can travel about 30 miles towards the city, park your car in a gated metro lot for $4.50 a day and take the Washington Subway-Red Line directly to downtown, and back. , , If you like shopping, take US Highway 70 north 20 miles to the outlets in Hagerstown, Maryland, or take US Highway 15 southwest 25 miles to the outlets in Leesburg, Virginia. In the old towns like Leesburg, Virginia; Frederick, Ellicott City, New Market, Maryland; Harpers Ferry, West Virginia; or Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the antique shopping is great. , , We also have three large airports within an hour of the house. Washington Dulles International Airport is 48 miles, Ronald Regan Washington National Airport is 58 miles, and the Baltimore Washington International Airport is 58 miles. Depending upon where you’re flying from, chances are that one of these airports has reasonable airfare links with your start point airport. All have easy access to rental car companies and the directions to our house are easy. ,

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Middletown Vacation Rentals Home - 1850 Sunny home 4FP small charming town near DC
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