The farm rests on historic land where thousands of Union troops camped after the Battle of Antietam in 1862. The property today is a working farm with three greenhouses, a coop for 700 hens, two barns, paddocks, pastures, an orchard, a picnic area, a fire pit and a pond with a spring house. A visitors center on the site has walk-in coolers and refrigerators and can accommodate events for more than 150 guests.
The expanded and renovated farmhouse has two stories with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a three-car garage. The main level has an open floor plan with hardwood floors and an updated kitchen, and the lower level has a family room with a gas fireplace. The home has two-zoned heating and air conditioning. An office has been added to the house with space for multiple employees to run the farm and the event space.
The land can also be subdivided into four lots for development.
For more information, contact Nikolas Groshans, a real estate agent with Long & Foster at 202-362-1300 or visit www.longandfoster.com/homes-for-sale/4040-Mills-Road-Sharpsburg-MD-21782-187587585.
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CORRECTION: A headline in a previous version of this blogpost said Sharpsburg is in southwest Maryland. It is in northern Maryland.