Quaint Victorian steeped in history
Ideal for Home, Getaway or Bed and Breakfast
Beautiful, restored Victorian home for sale in the quaint,
waterside town of Crisfield, Maryland on
the Eastern Shore. This house is believed to have once been owned by
Governor J. Millard Tawes, and is located in a historic district in
Crisfield where Victorian homes line the streets.
This home has
updated electric, rebuilt furnace, and much of its original 115 year
old charm - such as a
stained glass window, french
doors, antique bell chime and
period lighting fixtures.
Perhaps one of this Victorian house's most special charms is the small
"sleeping porch" just off
one of the bedrooms - a small balcony where early owners could escape
the evening summer heat by moving a cot onto a bedroom balcony.
house also includes large walk-in closets in each bedroom - each with
a window. There is a screened in front porch for outdoor
relaxation. There is a workshop on the property with an attached
carport and mature trees offering much shade in the summer months.
Located in the City of Crisfield, this historic Victorian is only a
short drive to the downtown waterfront area that includes one of the
largest marinas in Maryland, restaurants, shops, seafood markets,
grocery stores, museums, heritage sites and panoramic views of the
Little Annemessex River, Tangier Sound and some of them most beautiful
wildlife on the East Coast.
As a home where you raise a family, a
retirement home, a summer getaway or even a Bed and Breakfast, this
Crisfield Victorian is waiting for just the right owner to give it a
|Built in 1890
2100 square feet (living space)
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|Lot 0.48 Acres
Workshop with Carport
Water / Sewer
Mature Trees / Old gardens
Sidewalk and private driveway