"Click video camera to view drone tour!Classic Eastern Shore residence offering charm and comfort, in a private 4 acre country setting only two miles from St. Michaels (17th Century port town, with shops and restaurants, and home of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum). Mount Misery is an historic brick residence built in 1805/1806 on land granted by Lord Baltimore in 1667. Original doors, floors, mantels in early section. 5 fireplaces. Cedar shingle roof. Residence restored in 1954 by Pittsburgh industrialist Ralph Tennant using plans drawn by H. Chandlee Forman, Ph. D, A.I.A. Residence expanded and greatly ungraded by current owner in 2004, plans by Paul Richard, A.I.A., with large modern bathrooms and closets. Landscape design by Barbara Paca, Ph. D., O.B.E. of Preservation Green, with flowering shrubs, patios, garden rooms. Trails to explore, small woodland park, stream. Pool, sauna, tennis court. 135 ft pier with 5 ft MLW, water and electric, and two power boat hoists. Plenty of crabs, fish and oysters! 700 ft of stable shoreline on Rolle's Creek/San Domingo Creek, with easy access to the Chesapeake Bay. Beautiful water views with sunsets over the water. Easton, Baltimore and Wilmington each about 1 hr 45 min. Easton Airport, and Memorial Hospital ."
* PRICE LOWERED - $2,900,000 TO $2,450,000