Historic ca. 1836 Eavey-Stransky house fronting on High Street and Burnside Bridge Road. This house was a witness to history at the Battle of Antietam as the soldiers of the North and South marched from their first skirmishes south of Burnside Bridge to the devastating action at the Sunken Road and the Woods. Built in the vernacular style, the house is very well preserved. Extensive restoration in 2020 as the result of a fire, the house features lots of original details preserved by the sellers as well as extensive updates to the utilities. Beautiful formal rooms couple with four bedrooms and three full baths to comfortably accommodate the occupants. Extensive outdoor areas to enjoy the wonderful Maryland climate. The twenty acre site adjoins the Antietam Battlefield and is subject to a preservation easement held by the National Park Service.
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