$30 million 1755 properties, $14 million farm for sale in Maryland: how many houses
Maryland is home to properties priced from $9 million to $30 million with historic buildings, access to the ocean, bay, fishing grounds, and more.
MARYLAND – With the estimated Powerball jackpot at $220 million and Mega Millions at $223 million, the shopping possibilities for the winner are endless. Bought a new car? Buying a vacation home? Maybe you own a dream home?
So, how much home can you buy for $9 million to $30 million in Maryland?
Check out these stunning multi-million dollar properties on the market now. From a stunning manor estate with bay access and ocean frontage to a 1755 Georgian manor house set on 500 acres, these properties are quite impressive.
27293 Southside Island Creek Road, Trap
An Eastern Shore ranch along the Choptank River in Trappe called The Wilderness costs $14 million. The Wilderness consists of eight lots totaling 380 acres, and includes the six-bedroom, six-bath main house, a waterside guest cottage, a beach house, a pool, a dock, a tennis court, an early 1900s barn, and other buildings.
The grandson of the original owner served two terms as governor of Maryland. The white brick house with black shutters is decorated in olive green. A long white gravel drive leads to the house under a canopy of mature trees. A spacious foyer and stair hall with an oval arch separates the public from the private areas of the house, which include two halls.
485 Cassidy Wharf Road, Earlville
Money Point Ranch on the Sassafras River operates as a $12.5 million Maryland wildlife farm. The farm is seeing early season waterfowl entering the Chesapeake for the first time and late season birds staying around due to the amount of open water found on the large rivers surrounding the Susquehanna Flats. The farm also releases 2,300 ducks annually for sporting purposes, and they are raised in five waterfowl ponds. The ranch has over 418 acres, a long stretch of shoreline and seven elevated deer blinds for hunting whitetail deer and turkey. The rustic hunting lodge dates back to the early 1900s and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The price of the “Little Versailles on Potomac” mansion is $12.5 million, and it contains six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, an indoor pool and a sauna with heated marble floors. The Beaux Arts architectural elements in this home located on two acres are impressive. With a stone façade, Italian marble floors, more than 16,500 square feet, and 12-foot ceilings, the home exudes elegance. Sheltered behind a double-gate security entrance, a water fountain outside leads to a stone portico entrance. The large foyer sparkles with marble floors and plaster moldings decorated with gold leaf accents. The gourmet kitchen inside features Italian cabinetry, while an outdoor commercial kitchen and fireplace can be found on the back deck.
9750 Martha’s Landing Road, Ocean City
The White Marlin Manor Estate has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, is priced at $9.9 million, and has access to the bay and ocean. Built in the Southern Living Coastal Style, the home features a luxurious 12-seat theater, two fireplaces, a wine cellar, and an etched glass elevator. The gourmet kitchen also has a heated tiled floor, commercial grade ice machine, and teak flooring throughout the home. There is also a 60,000-pound boat lift at the dock.
8620 Bozeman Nevitt Road, St. Michaels
Known as “Aqua Vita” — the waters of life — the $12.5 million project has six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms on 8.6 private acres along Harris Creek. The custom-built home has over 400 feet of direct water frontage, a guest cottage and a party barn. There is a waterside pool, dock, pine grove and putting green. The house also has a large three-storey foyer, a river room with two octagonal floors, and a three-storey TV room. The grand salon features a large window, fireplace and a design that transports you to Paris. The climate-controlled wine room has a wet bar and storage for more than 750 bottles. With its two wings, there is also a theater room on the third floor.
5610 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase
A $10.5 million two-story penthouse at Somerset House II offers stunning views from its terraces on both levels. The exclusive, gated luxury apartment has four bedrooms and nine bathrooms and features a curved iron staircase in the foyer, a stained glass skylight, a wood-paneled library, a lounge with a fireplace, a wet bar, 18-foot west-facing windows, and additional fireplaces. A steam/sauna room, banquet-sized dining room, walk-in pantry, breakfast room and son-in-law or nanny suite.
19700 Mulberry Fields Road, Leonardtown
Fondly referred to as Mulberry Fields, this $30 million Georgian manor house dating back to 1755 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and sits on 500 acres with a mile-long view of the shore of the Potomac River. The brick house has a large center hall, original moldings and mantels, six bedrooms and five bathrooms. There are two additional two-storey historic brick buildings constructed to form a rectangular courtyard with the kitchen garden, bowling green and orchard separated by a row of large boxwoods. The buildings were originally built as homes for slaves who helped run the household. Other buildings include a dairy, smokehouse, carriage house, tool shed, art studio, pole barn, livestock barn, tobacco barn, equipment sheds and more.