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House of the Day: 45-Acre “Tinsley Farm” in Butler

0 Written by: | Friday, May 23, 2014 4:00pm

$4,975,000

2800 Butler Road, Glyndon

4 bedroom(s), 5 bathroom(s)

2800 Butler Road

2800 Butler Road

2800 Butler Road

2800 Butler Road

2800 Butler Road

2800 Butler Road

2800 Butler Road

2800 Butler Road

2800 Butler Road

2800 Butler Road

From the agent’s listing:

Exquisite renovation of the historic tinsley farm on 45 acres in butler. epic panoramic views. “god’s acres farm” sits high atop worthington valley as an iconic realization of the classic maryland hunt country estate. gorgeous solarium with dramatic octagonal glass ceiling. elevator. wine cellar. huge restored 19th century barn, 2 additional barns, guest cottage, & spring house. met protected land.

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