The median home value in Keedysville, MD is $495,000.
the county median home value of $235,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Keedysville, MD is $495,000.
Approximately 87% of Keedysville homes are owned,
compared to 9% rented, while
3% are vacant.
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This lovely Colonial located on the very quaint Main St in Keedysville sits on a well manicured .84 of an acre with mature trees and a pretty view of the park. The home had major renovation in 2003-2004 and most everything was replaced at that time. Spacious main level with living room and family room, well equip kitchen with island and pantry, separate dining room, laundry and half bath. The upper level offers three bedrooms including a private primary suite with large walk-in closet, cherry builtins, private bath with shower and soaking tub and door to second floor balcony. Jack and Jill bath between the other two bedrooms. Basement offers gorgeous stone foundation and wine storage with utility sink. Welcoming wrap around front porch with second story balcony on the side and beautiful patio in the rear of home surrounded by a brick wall, two car garage and huge outbuilding with workshop and additional one car garage with loading dock in rear. This home will not disappoint!
Always wanted to live in the country with wildlife abound? Then this home is for YOU! Large 3000+ sq ft Colonial in Potomac Vista being sold with extra lot (Lot 37 & 38). Total of 7.15 county acres! This home has 9' first floor ceiling, large living and dining room with hardwood flooring, office/den, custom cabinets in the kitchen and baths, jacuzzi tub, large dressing area in the primary bedroom, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, laundry upstairs, unfinished walk out basement waiting for your ideas, 2 heat pumps, water softener & filter, wood and pellet stoves, composite deck and large wrap around porch! There is a room accessible from outside into basement for outside storage. 2 car side-load garage with 2 driveway entrances. This home is surrounded by nature and trees! Privacy at its best! Boonsboro middle and high school, Pleasant Valley elementary!
ANTIETAM NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD AREA - SOLID BRICK HISTORIC HOME. - UNIQUE MIX-USE SMALL FARM. - Two former Mayors of Keedysville have occupied this property. Price Reduced. - Diverse Uses. - 4 Acres +, with elegant residence, specialized ag, home office, hobbies, rural lifestyle, retirement, week ends/vacations . For a special buyer(s) who require ample space in an extraordinary 19th c. Victorian brick period house + huge bank barn, outbuildings and acreage. Private homesite is located just off the Main St. of Keedysviile; public sewer & water, Comcast cable. Property boasts water frontage along the scenic Little Antietam Creek. - This small farm is an authentic example of a Post-Civil War Victorian Period home - brick residence has with all its original detail work. Center hallway with an elegant stair case; front and rear stairways, classic bay window with interior fold-in shutters and single-pane windows. Constructed upon a rise high above the Little Antietam Creek. Ten rooms. Two large natural flowing springs run directly into the creek . Bird sanctuary; stream valley mini-ecosystem. CIVIL WAR HISTORY. Property improvements include a c. 1850 Pre-Civil War bank barn (72'x46') used as a field hospital for wounded troops. During the Battle of Antietam, John J. Keedy's farm was employed as Gen. McClellan's Headquarters Company relocated to Keedysville. SECLUDED LIVING. Waterfront view from the home + front yard. FEATURED USES: (1) ideal home office with Comcast cable + Verizon phone lines (2) spacious 2-level barn & contiguous outbuildings for a hobbyist, artist, craftsperson, antique buff, gardener (3) slate and stone patios, bordered by native limestone walls, provide for outdoor fare directly off the kitchen porch. (4) Tree farm across from entrance driveway. (5) Subdivision subject to Town final approval . (6) Separate Deed conveys the continuously flowing, walled-in 19th c. large spring - with its overflow stream + water cress. (7) B&B potential conversion future use. (8) Mayors who had occupied the house were Burgess Christian Keedy and Mayor Charles Taylor. GROUNDS & YARD. Twin stone patios 36' x 24' & 22' X45'. Informal terraces, perennials, original + added stone walls, antique brick walkways; winding private entrance lane. Tenant farmer mows the field. Please no drive-by. NOTE: Subject to recordation of plat. - Remaining land potentially for sale is 3.5 acres; public utilities available nearby, cable, tillable, State Road frontage, private drive.
ANTIETAM NATIONIAL BATTLEFIELD AREA - SMALL TOWN LOCATION - HISTORIC HOME - OFF MAIN STREET. Two former Mayors of Keedysville have occupied this solid brick residence. Price Reduced. Sited upon 4 ac. + within the Town of Keedysville. Little Antietam Creek waterfront views. Private and secluded small farm located off Main St. This c. Victorian brick gem has its original architectural detail work in place. Classic center-hall floor plan features a traditional 19th c. walnut staircase + customized wood flooring. -- Sited upon a rise high above the creek, the home enjoys southern-exposure views directly from the house. and from front yard, Vintage single-pane bay windows accented by interior fold-in shutters. Hand-cut marble belt course embellishes limestone foundation. Lower level walnut paneled rec room. HISTORY. Ten rooms, During the Battle of Antietam, John J. Keedy farm was on and near General McClellan's Headquarters Company at Keedysville. - Pre-Civil War bank barn c. 1850. SPECIAL FEATURES: (1) ideal home-office featuring Comcast cable & Verizon phone lines, parking (2) bank barn & outbuildings for use by a hobbyist, artist, craftsperson, antique buff (3) slate & stone patios for outdoor dining off the country kitchen porch (4) public water, public sewer, & cable TV. (4) Tree farm located across the main entrance drive . (5) Separate deed conveys the continuously-flowing large spring and valuable spring house foundation (6) B&B potential conversion in future. (7) Two Mayors have occupied the home: Christian Keedy and Charles Taylor. BIRD SANCTUARY, LANDSCAPING & GROUNDS. Twin stone patios 36' x 24' & 22' & 45'. Informal terraces, perennials; original & more recent stone walls, vintage brick walk ways; variety of gardens; winding private entrance lane, ample parking. Walled-in 19th c. natural spring overflow stream supports fresh watercress. Birds galore attracted by creek valley ecosystem. Tenant farmer mows front fields. NOTE: Sale of listing is subject to recordation of plat. Remaining 3.5 acres of land potentially available for sale. Please no drive-bys.
$50K Price Adjustment! Motivated Seller! This is a wonderful opportunity to own a 16 acre farm with gentle rolling terrain in Washington County for well under $1M. Cleared land ready for cattle, horses, goats, sheep, alpacas, llamas or agriculture. There are 2 tracts of land within the property, both bordering Porterstown Rd, and each are 2 acres in size that can be subdivided and sold, leaving you with 12 acres. There is an old farm house on the property that needs to be renovated and finished to your needs and specs. The property also has an indoor riding arena, and stables that can be brought back to life. The current owner poured a concrete floor in the riding arena and it is level and can be top dressed for horses. It can be used as a workshop or for storage. This property has a lot of potential and is ready for the next owner to make it their own.