Patio and porch: Screened, Deck(s), Balconies- Multiple
Harris Creek Farm - 128 acres with development potential, improved by a 10,525 sq ft residence with full basement, three-bedroom guest house, stable, paddocks, sheds, ponds, pier with six+ feet of water at mean low tide, mature woods and open fields, including a 1,920 ft turf airstrip registered with the FAA. The shoreline is protected and the elevations surrounding this home are above the 500-year flood plain. Broad, very broad views over Harris Creek and down the Choptank River. The farm has numerous sites to accommodate additional homes if subdivision or estate planning is in order and there is an abundance of wildlife and waterfowl. The house provides a number of living spaces with a great room/kitchen and casual living space to accommodate large gatherings or quiet retreats. Additional family rooms, media rooms, recreation rooms and a whole house basement offering an abundance of storage and easy access to mechanical equipment. First-floor guest suite, second-floor primary suite with three additional guest rooms with baths en-suite. Designed by the late architect, Alan Meyers, Bald Eagle Point captures the scenic vistas across Harris Creek providing a view of all the Chesapeake has to offer. Located between St. Michaels and Tilghman, Bald Eagle Point is a unique opportunity to own Talbot County Waterfront with division potential and/or conservation measures. Please contact the listing agent for additional information or scheduling.
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