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Historic House For Sale on the
Eastern Shore of Maryland
The Vance Miles House
Probably the most outstanding feature about the Vance Miles house is
the interior woodwork. No expense was spared in 1893
when adding ornate trims, doors and mantles to the house. Each
five paneled oak door is framed in rich, ornate oak that has never
been painted and has carefully been maintained.
The house also has its original Slate Roof,claw foot
bathtub and cast iron radiators with brass
fittings. All are functional and in good repair.
The house also still has many of the "push button"
light switches and antique electrical light fixtures..
Slate Roof - good condition
Plaster walls throughout (exception, kitchen and bathrooms
which have been remolded in recent years)
Radiator Heat - fired by oil furnace (extremely efficient)
Wood Trim - Original wood trim over doorways, closets and
windows has never been painted and are in mint condition.
Mantles - Mantles is double, mirrored oak mantle with
beveled glass and Doric pillars.
Newel post and stairway - Original to the house, completely
refinished. Very rare design on ornate newel post.
Period lighting fixtures - light fixtures are in full working
order and are original to the house.
Two kitchen pantries
Large Hall closet with full length beveled mirror on door
Solid 5 panel oak doors throughout
Upstairs linen closet
Hardwood floors throughout the house
Antique claw-foot bathtub in upstairs bathroom
Two leaded glass windows
Wrap around porch
Fish pond with waterfall
Yard drainage system
Water softening system
Three pocket doors
9 Antique Radiators (fully functional)
claw foot tub
bedroom light fixture
leaded glass window
(one of two)
Tudor paned window
small built in bookcase
carved oak mantle
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.