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107 Main Street, East New Market, MD 21631 is now new to the market!

by Kathleen Coale 06/23/2022

107 Main Street, East New Market, MD 21631
Single FamilyFor Sale
107 Main Street
East New Market, MD 21631
1,958Sq Ft

There are currently approximately 1500 National Register properties in Maryland, and 107 Main Street is one of them! A must see house in Historic East New Market. The original house was built in the 1700's and added onto over the past few hundred years. Enjoy sitting on the front porch and taking in this quiet town on Main Street. This home has been cared for by it's owner since 1999. Most of the house is covered in hardwood flooring with original wide plank pine floors upstairs. The first floor consists of an eat in kitchen, separate dining room, living room with fire place, first floor bedroom, full bath and wonderful sun room with slate flooring. As you travel to the second floor, view the details of the banister and wide plank pine floors. There are three bedrooms upstairs and a full bath. The primary room was once was split into two rooms and contained a sink. Don't miss the third floor walk up attic with amazing storage space. There is a detached garage /workshop with plumbing. Be sure to take in the beauty of the Pecan tree spreading its green canopy in the summer and providing appetizing and nutritious nuts in the late fall for all to enjoy. This historic treasure is not to be missed. "East New Market, originally settled in 1660, on the North-South Choptank Indian trail, is home to 75 structures that represent a variety of 18th, 19th and 20th century architecture. At each of the four entrances to the town stands a church. The original town boundaries defined the East New Market Historical District. It was the first town to receive a designation by the State of Maryland as a Historic District in Dorchester County, and is registered as a National Historic District. In 1975 the entire town was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Follow a self-guided walking tour to see the district that contains almost all the residences of the original founders and offers excellent examples of colonial architecture. A guided brochure is available at the Visitor Center." Visit Dorchester County's Visitor Website for more Information

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