Here are 8 things to consider as you plan for the for the horse farm of your dreams. Our listing in Worthington Valley checks all the boxes, and just may be the farm for you! Read More →
Hot House: Deer Park Farm, 3115 Black Rock Road, Glyndon, MD 21071
Federal style brick farmhouse, circa 1851, with seamed metal roof. Completely renovated, 5,500 sq. ft. Five bedrooms, 6 baths over two levels, unfinished basement. Hardwood floors, 5 fireplaces, country kitchen, two family rooms, ensuite master bath with sep. glass shower, soaking tub, walk-in closet. Central air, two car garage. Bank barn, additional barn with 12 stalls total, paddock, stable w/caretakers apartment, riding ring, machine shed. Two-acre pond with pond house and dock: $1.85 million Read More →
4330 Butler Road, Glyndon
3 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
Glengar Farm-Stunning 63Ac. Thoroughbred Racehorse Farm in the Heart of Horse Country in Glyndon MD, Farm has 4 Residences, 4 Historic Barns Totaling 40+ Stalls, Six paddocks and Three High Capacity Wells. The Main House Boasts Commanding Views of Worthington Valley from a hill overlooking the compound. Farm also has no Restrictions and could be Subdivided One Time.Too Much Too List Call Today!
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3920 Butler Road, Glyndon
6 bedroom(s), 5 bathroom(s)
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Hot House: 4603 Prospect Avenue, Glyndon, MD. 21071
Mid-century modern, Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired house, circa 1960, totally renovated in 2010, on 10.8 private acres in Glyndon. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 3,700 sq. ft. over one story, with four fireplaces, chef’s kitchen, bamboo and teak floors throughout, heated gunnite swimming pool, L-shaped moat, separate guest suite, on landscaped wooded lot with original stone bank barn: $869,000 Read More →
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