Welcome to Pioneer Point in Centreville Maryland. Steeped in 20th century history this farm was once part of the homestead of John J. Raskob, builder of the Empire State Building. The builder's hand is evident in the unique glazed brick buildings throughout the property. This quiet, private peninsula sits on the Corsica Cove near it's confluence with the Chester River. Join other like minded Eastern Shore dwellers who enjoy the waterfront life with exclusive waterfront access yet just minutes to the bay bridge to Annapolis or quick trip to the historic downtown Centreville, the county seat of Queen Anne's county. The charming Dutch Colonial Farmhouse primary home, just over 3000 sq. ft., has been lovingly restored and enhanced thoroughly in the past few years. Gleaming Quartz counters, bright white cabinetry, warm hardwood floors, main level primary suite with inviting vessel soaking tub, compact kitchen garden, and new deck with fire pit all call you to stay a while and relax. Enjoy. The grounds offer multiple outbuildings including several barns with 20 stalls total (new roof 2022), an indoor riding arena, detached 3 car garage with 2 studio apartments and an additional tenant house (occupied). This property consists of two parcels. One parcel is the 7.5 acre cove. One parcel is the 25 acres of land. The true total acreage to be conveyed is 32.5 acres. Truly a peerless place to call home. Be sure to see the 3D virtual tour. Shown by appointment only.
Listing courtesy of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc..