A stone farmhouse has been revitalized due to a $1 million investment. The home, built in 1820, is located in Pleasant Valley, Md. and is situated on a 57 acre farm. Its picturesque setting is manifested by a stream running through its fields, a barn, an orchard, and multiple greenhouses.
The dining room and kitchen showcase exposed wood beams on the ceiling with the bedroom and bathrooms having vaulted ceilings.
As the Washingtonian writes:
"The house itself has been updated to an exceptional standard, with vintage French terra cotta floors and spacious, modern-sized rooms dedicated with a sophisticated rustic flair. The restored woodwork has a Quaker-chic vibe and seven—yes, seven—fireplaces add coziness (and hopefully, warmth)."
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