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 and farm land on 3,000 feet of private Antietam Creek frontage, this magnificent 3,744 square foot 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 and a master bedroom suite, a gourmet kitchen with Viking range and original hearth, two-zone heat and 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 and Save Historic Antietam Foundation, Inc. for its historic and regional significance and, like Antietam National Battlefield, it is preserved in perpetuity for future generations to appreciate and 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 and beautiful distinction, close to Washington DC and Baltimore, yet a world away.
Property Features Include: 4, Driveway,Off Street,Other, Ceiling Fan(s), Central A/C, Zoned, Radiant, Forced Air, Well, Front Entrance,Fully Finished,Heated,Outside Entrance,Walkout Level,Windows,Con
Interior Features Include: Built-Ins, Carpet, Ceiling Fan(s), Chair Railings, Double/Dual Staircase, Exposed Beams, Family Room Off Kitchen, Floor Plan - Traditional, Formal/Separate Dining Room, Kitchen - Gourmet, Master Bath(
Built in: 1850
Approximate Square Feet:
Roof: Metal roof.
Architectural Style: Detached
Lot Acres: 130.68