The median home value in Sharpsburg,
MD is $255,000.
the county median home value of $156,000.
The national median home value is $209,892.
The average price of homes sold in Sharpsburg,
MD is $255,000.
Approximately 76% of
Sharpsburg homes are owned,
compared to 16% rented, while
8% are vacant.
Sharpsburg real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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5.86 Acre farmette that has it all....3 bedroom, 2 full bath split level with walk out basement, updated kitchen with gorgeous Hickory Cabinets and soft/self closing drawers, Granite Countertops, separate dining room, Newer Heat Pump, TWO wood pellet burning stoves installed about 2 years ago, large laundry room, New roof 2019, both bathrooms updated, new gutters & downspouts, newer siding and replacement windows, tree lined curving driveway, fenced pasture lots, 4 car attached garage, 2 car detatched garage, large barn with hay storage area above, feeding and stall area below including 4 horse stalls, Separate storage shed, and separate run-in shed. All this within in minutes of Historic Antietam Battlefield Park. Lots of space inside and out.....
Beautiful, active farmland with approximately 130 tillable acres, plus pastures, cedar grove, creek, many outbuildings, and an historic habitable house dating back to the 1800's. There is currently a farming tenant. This property has grown corn, wheat, oats, sorghum, and many other crops; land is suitable for just about anything. Vineyard farmers will want to check this out, land here is far cheaper than Frederick or Montgomery county. FULL extensive soil reports available. Pastures are beautiful, gently rolling land with outstanding views! About 30 head of cattle are currently on the property, they belong to the tenant and do not convey. Outbuildings offer a wide variety of options. The house has a long Antietem-era history, it was once known as the Jacob Miller Farm; you can find info in local history books on the property. Main level is occupied by a family member, lower level has a cellar, HVAC area, butchering room with huge fireplace, storage area. Upper 2 levels have 4 HUGE bedrooms, main level has 2 BR. Home needs work, and should qualify for grants. We are looking into that now. Property is Agriculture Protected - although steps can be taken if a buyer wanted to change this. Stream is fenced to keep cattle out, and owner is paid $780 every October for maintaining this fencing. Hunting is plentiful, and the property includes about 17-20 acres of wooded land on the side of the mountain. Anything is possible here. More info and lots of photos coming. EXCELLENT per-acre pricing! Buyers can have a comprehensive riding tour of the property with the seller on his Polaris ... dress warm! :) :) :) Seller requests Signature Settlement for closing, as they have already gathered info on this property and will be a great source for any questions the buyer may have. Metes and Bounds survey available soon. For an excellent starting point on farm lending, call Mid-Atlantic Farm Credit at 301.663.4192.
Rare find! Well maintained, unique Civil War era home with many upgrades and roomy eat in kitchen. Relive yesteryear charm while enjoying modern amenities. Home sits on a large city lot with alley access on the side and at the back. Large front and side porch. Property behind the house is extensive. In addition to a 2 car detached garage with a loft, find a roomy shop building, perfect for hobbies like antique refurbishing; or park additional vehicles. Whether you want to enjoy summer eves on the large covered porches, or sip hot cider by the pellet stove, this home offers small town living at its best. Upgraded windows keep out winter drafts Remodeling almost finished with separate bath and 3 bedrooms upstairs....***.Don't miss this updated antique home and with a large lot and 2 garages of 2 cars each**, off street parking
One of Southern Washington County's most prominent homes. constructed in the early 19th century of brick on a stone foundation. Beautifully restored and wonderfully maintained. Large, sunny rooms loaded with original details. Mantles and moldings, chimney cupboards, wood floor. Gracious main staircase and small second stair. Kitchen and family room addition to the rear features cherry cabinetry, granite counter tops and stainless appliances ad a fireplace to warm your hearts while preparing meals. Ample sized bedrooms upstairs. Full attic for additional storage or additional finished space. The sellers have extensively improved the lower level with new concrete floors and pointed stone walls. It's a great space for crafts or family to hang out. Extensive gardens surround the property which is improved with brick walkways and brick and wrought iron walls and fencing. The three car carriage house has workshop space as well as an unfinished second level. Now is your opportunity to own this masterpiece and carry it into it's third century!
This pre-civil war home (assessment information is not correct) is charming. Two fireplaces (not currently operational) huge, bathroom with clawfoot tub, large living/dining room combo, two stairwells (one of them is a circular stairway) and a summer kitchen with electric power. Sit on the front porch and watch the parades, walk to the restaurants and ice cream parlor. C&O canal and Antietam battlefields are a jog, walk or bike ride away. Close proximity to Shepard University in Sheperdstown, WV, a few short miles across the Potomac and 7 miles outside of Boonsboro - it is a unique home you will love! Property is being sold/conveyed as is - "AS IS" Addendum must be included in offer.
Beautifully designed quintessential country cottage! Preserved history with modern convenience~ This home offers exposed logs on the original structure~Hardwood and laminate flooring throughout. Central Air & Oil Furnace~Lovely, covered hardscape and landscaping for your outdoor entertaining~Fenced in yard~Close to Antietam National Battlefield and the Potomac River~ Great starter home!~Seller to find home of choice~
Historic Noah Rohrbach Farm c.1850..........Own 130+ Acres of Civil War History!..........A beautiful historically significant farm near Washington, DC and immediately adjacent to Antietam National Battlefield. This property was part of a significant Civil War engagement during the Battle for Lower Bridge (Burnside Bridge) in 1862 and is protected as a historic landmark...........Since 1850, this jaw-dropping farm has been considered a true gem of Washington County, and for good reason. Perfectly situated on over 130 rolling acres of impeccable wooded & farm land on 3,000 feet of private Antietam Creek frontage, this magnificent 3,744sf home boasts high ceilings, country charm, and plenty of historic luxury. The significant Civil War era manor has it all and more: five spacious bedrooms including an in-law suite & a master bedroom suite, a gourmet kitchen with Viking range & original hearth, 2 zone heat & air conditioning, and covered porches for premier indoor-outdoor living. Spend your days strolling your famous, picturesque fields on the edge of Antietam National Battlefield, or realize your vision of a unique farming experience. Whether you dream of entertaining in a stately by-gone era setting or you seek solace in your vast private retreat, every whim can be fulfilled and every want obtained in this historic estate that has it all...........As a privately owned farm adjacent to Antietam National Battlefield, this property is a unique buying opportunity that rarely comes on the market. The Noah Rohrbach Farm has been recognized by the Maryland Environmental Trust & Save Historic Antietam Foundation, Inc. for its historic & regional significance and, like Antietam National Battlefield, it is preserved in perpetuity for future generations to appreciate & be inspired by, and to reflect on its roll in one of the most profound events in American history. The current owners have lovingly restored the Noah Rohrbach House to its original splendor while adding ~state of the art~ modern features for 21st century comfort, and have been honored for their efforts with several preservation awards and features in Old House Journal...........This is a historic estate of rare & beautiful distinction, close to Washington DC & Baltimore, yet a world away.
Live upstairs and run your dream restaurant just walking downstairs. Zoned Commercial Residential w/ other potential on site. Built 1856 Renovated & improved & expanded 2004-2006. Fully operating Restaurant and Bar w 7 day On & Off Liquor, Beer and Wine Licenses. Private residence upstairs with Living room & 4 bedrooms. Large 2 car garage. Too much to list. Many opportunities to expand business.