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Horse Farms For Sale in Maryland

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Horse Farms For Sale In The Historic Maryland Countryside

Maryland is a state rich with heritage, scenic countrysides, and a slower pace of life that people in the equestrian lifestyle really appreciate. This is the perfect destination for those folks looking for properties in rural areas that are not too far removed from important urban centers. The wealth of Horse properties available in Maryland perfectly split the difference between secluded country sides of the Eastern deltas and world-class city centers, like Washington D.C. Let our agents introduce you to the many horse farms for sale in Maryland today.

The Perfect Horse Property for You

There are many different properties available right now and new estates are entering the market every year. This is an excellent time to take advantage of competitive financing offers and finally obtain the equestrian estate you have always dreamed of having. Estates currently available have many distinctive features, including:

  • Historic mansions
  • Custom built homes
  • Ponds and water features
  • Cleared pasture lands
  • Barns, stables, sheds, and other outbuildings
  • Rolling hills
  • Privacy fences

Are you looking for something special? Our local estate agents can show you properties that perfectly suit your taste and lifestyle.

 

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To discover the very best Maryland horse properties, browse our listings by state and then contact our Maryland agents. Horse Properties agents are ready to help you locate the horse farm you have always dreamed of.

img Horse Population: 153,000 horses
img Capital: Annapolis
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img Land area: 9,774 sq. miles
img Counties: 23
img Highest Point: Backbone Mountain at 3,360 feet
img Lowest Point: Bloody Point Hole at -174 feet
 
$995,000
Horse Property for sale.
40 - Acre Turn - Key Equestrian Facility Near D.C.

Brandywine, Prince George's County, Maryland


This 40-acre turn-key equestrian facility is a dream come true! The 12-stall barn built in 2017 features a lounge/apartment, a double wash stall with hot water and a heat lamp, runs attached to each stall, a feed room, a tack room, a bathroom, and plenty of storage space. Perfect for your personal horses or a training business, you will also find an 80x200 fenced and lighted outdoor arena with sand and fiber footing with excellent drainage. Additional equestrian amenities include a round pen with sand and fiber footing, eight pastures, and plenty of trails with creek crossings. The tobacco barn features two additional foaling stalls and the livestock barn and chicken coop are perfect for your other projects. To the rear of the property, there are 13 wooded acres as well as an additional field and tobacco barn that could be fenced and outfitted for horses or other livestock, but your horses won’t be the only ones living in comfort. The property boasts a gorgeous 1932 farmhouse that has been beautifully updated while maintaining much of the original charm. You will immediately notice the enormous renovated kitchen with a large island, stainless steel appliances, a walk-in pantry, a hearth, and a breakfast area overlooking the pastures. The family room is just off the kitchen with access to the formal dining room, rear yard, and a second walk-in pantry. The living room is ideal for entertaining as it contains a second fireplace as well as providing access to the delightful sunroom and front porch. Walk through the library and you’ll find the large main level master suite which features pasture views, a walk-in closet, and French doors leading to the private fenced yard. The master bath is fully renovated with a dual vanity, clawfoot tub, walk-in shower, and recessed lighting. Upstairs there are three more bedrooms with large closets, oversized windows, and original finishes as well as a full bath, and two large linen closets. Through one of the closets, you can even access a secret finished attic that has been used as a playroom in the past. Additionally, the property features a play area, a fenced concrete pool with a diving board, a cabana, a detached garage, and an ice house! Less than 30 minutes from Joint Base Andrews and just 25 miles from DC, Wild Bay Farm has so much to offer for equestrians and non-equestrians alike. Go to www.19209croom.com to see 3D tours, photos, sitemaps, and more!

Sarah Lipkowitz , Hagan Realty

40.00 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS
2272 SQ FT
 
$849,900
Horse Property for sale.
Horse Property for sale with beautiful home, in ground pool, Hot Tub included.

Hollywood, St Mary's County, Maryland


A barn with 4 - 16X16 stalls with fans and LED lighting and 1 - 16X16 storage area that could be a 5th stall and a 16X16 feed and tack room with a 10 ft center isle way. Barn has its own Electric with the water from the house well. Full upstairs with steps to hold about 900 bales of hay. There are 3 fenced grass pastures with one being used for riding and has lights. There is a 1 acre dry lot. One pasture has a Nelson Automatic water installed. The chicken coop is 50X50 fenced area and the garden area is 50X50. There is also a hay barn which holds about 250 bales of hay and has a 16X16 covered storage area off the back. There are 2 tax records. 1906062563 is included in the sale - total of 12 acres. The 7 acre lot is subdividable. The home is complete with kitchen appliances that are Stainless Steel and Energy Star. The windows were replaced in 2014 with a transferable Lifetime warranty. The windows in the basement and garage were not replaced. Hardwood floors throughout the house. The Master bath has a beautiful, tiled walk in spa like shower. The 1st floor HVAC system was replaced in 4/2020. There are dual controls 1 for main floor, and the other for the 2nd floor. Installed whole house instant hot water and well tank 4/2020. Oh yes, and there is a fenced in area with a pool! And a 6 person Hot Tub! Large shed (28X12) in back. And a wonderful covered front porch. And in the back an 18 X 22 deck. Close to shopping, restaurants, and a 15 minute ride to the Pax River Base. The large shed (28X12) in the back is included! Air conditioner is electric.

Patti Clark , BHHS PenFed Realty

12.00 ACRES
5 BEDROOMS
4 BATHROOMS
3900 SQ FT
 
$1,700,000
Horse Property for sale.
Your private oasis! 77 acres of land with 2,304 SQFT SFH, pole barn, silo & more

Boyds, Montgomery County, Maryland


Imagine building your dream home on a private oasis surrounded by protected parkland —only a 10-minute drive to shopping, dining and I-270 and a half-hour to the Nation’s capitol! You can have that, and so much more with this spectacular 77-acre property tucked away in Boyds, Maryland, a rural community 27 miles north of Washington D.C. The farm property features sprawling meadow and farmland and miles and miles of hiking and horse trails, as well as fertile land for livestock and vegetation that can be subdivided for many other uses, such as equestrian, hunting, even beer farms, wine vineyards, etc… A flowing spring runs through the property. Within roughly 50 yards of the property, a portion of Little Seneca Creek — controlled by Montgomery County — has a cold water stream that supports wild rainbow and brown trout populations. This stream, according to one of the owners, is regularly stocked and is great for trout fishing. “The family goes downhill from the house and spends the day fishing in the creek for trout,” says the owner. Towering native trees including white oak and tulip poplars grace the property, which also features a 25’x25′ pole barn, a silo, an all-purpose shed and a 2,304-square-foot, brick home with an attached two-car garage. The 1981 two-level, single-family house also features four bedrooms, two full baths, two half-baths, two fireplaces and a 5-year-old heat pump. The basement has a 7-foot ceiling, and the garage offers 700 square feet. A 300-foot well provides water, and the septic tank is updated. Set about a mile from the Germantown Soccerplex and a short drive to dining, entertainment and surrounding parks including the Black Hills Regional Park and Seneca Creek State Park, the property is bordered by Schaeffer and White Ground roads, and protective parkland that’s part of the Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve. And with over 50 glorious acres of meadowland and endless miles of public & private horse trails, the property is ideal for farmers, equestrians and hunters alike. The property has had quality deer management (QDM) over the last 16 years that the sellers have owned it. According to the Quality Deer Management Association, QDM is a management philosophy/practice that unites landowners, hunters, and managers in a common goal of producing biologically and socially balanced deer herds within existing environmental, social and legal constraints. For hunters of foxes, turkeys, deer, elk, etc…, the Potomac Hunt Club is nearby, and in the words of the current owners: The area is “one of the best for turkey hunting in Montgomery County!” The Montgomery County Model Airpark on Schaeffer Road and the Schaeffer Farms Mountain Bike Park are also nearby, as are a host of other recreational and entertainment venues. The unincorporated setting may be rural, but is less than 10 minutes to civilization, and the natural resources on this extraordinary property are vast. Aside from the fertile land for farming and vegetation, the mostly leveled land can be subdivided for various purposes. The possibilities of uses are endless! For example, the next owner can grow and harvest a percentage of the land, and rent out to other farmers who may need the land. And land on this property, say the owners, is “very productive with well-drained soil” on which they have raised cattle as well as grown corn, soybean, and hay & orchard grass for bales that can be sold. “It has been a sanctuary and place of peace and relaxation in a fast-paced world we are surrounded by,” the owners say of the property. “It’s a place to get away with the convenience of city and towns 10 minutes down the road.” For example, on weekends when the weather is nice, the family would “camp in the woods. It’s nice to have the convenience of being on your own property. At night, it’s hard to tell that you’re so close to the city. It has the same feeling as camping in the mountains far from civilization,” the owners say. And on summer evenings, the entire field is covered in lightning bugs. “It looks like a concert light show!” they say. Simply put: This amazing property, or personal retreat, offers endless possibilities. Create your private oasis!

Andres Serafini , RLAH Real Estate

77.00 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
2.2 BATHROOMS
2304 SQ FT
 
$2,225,000
Horse Property for sale.
Oakland Ridge Farm - a turnkey training farm

Harwood, Anne Arundel County, Maryland


Oakland Ridge Farm is a well known, turn-key training farm with all of the amenities expected at a top-level facility. Sprawling over 116 acres of land, this farm has been thoughtfully designed and offers equestrians access to hundreds of acres of trails. Oakland Ridge Farm is in an agricultural preserve and cannot be subdivided. There are two beautiful barns with a total of 31 stalls! The "lower" barn is a converted tobacco barn with 11 stalls (12x12), hot/cold wash stall, tack room with sink, feed room, large hay loft for storage and covered farm equipment storage. The "upper" barn features 20 matted stalls (12x12), two hot/cold wash stalls, private tack lockers, farrier stall, bathroom and more! Walk your horse under the breezeway to training in the 80x200 indoor arena. Other features of the arena include an 80x16 observation area, 48 lights and sand/rubber crumble footing. There are 17 turnout fields of various sizes with post and rail fencing, a 135x250 outdoor ring with sand footing, fenced dog agility training area and parking for several horse trailers. The current home is very well maintained and has 3300 sq ft of living space on three levels. The entry level is equipped with a full kitchen, living room, bedroom and full bathroom; perfect for an in-law suite. There is a second entry directly to a mud room and private bath built out for easy access from the lower barn. The main level has an open layout with beautiful views, updated kitchen with island, large porch off the living room and three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The upper level is currently a large recreation/sitting room and guest bedroom. Outside you will find extensive hardscape, large salt water pool, and back patio. Located in the heart of Anne Arundel County's horse country, this farm is the complete package! Only a short drive to downtown Annapolis, restaurants and attractions along the waterfront, and an easy drive to DC and Virginia. Don't miss this opportunity!

Dayna Blumel & Kerry Adams , Compass

116.00 ACRES
5 BEDROOMS
4 BATHROOMS
4088 SQ FT
 
$5,500,000
Horse Property for sale.
Hickory Ridge Farm

Highland, Howard County, Maryland


Hickory Ridge In 1726, a tract of land known as Hickory Ridge, a high point in what is now Howard County, Maryland, was “patented” by royal land grant to Col. Henry Ridgeley by King George II. A stone cottage was constructed circa 1749, and as George Washington was taking office in 1789, Col. Ridgeley’s son, Greenberry Ridgeley, began construction of what is now the main residence, replacing an earlier one lost in a fire. The main house was expanded in the early 1800’s, and a modern kitchen added in 1995. The property remained in the Ridgeley family until 1877 and was subsequently owned by notable Maryland families including The Hopkins, The Owens, and The Clarks. During the 75-year Hopkins period, it was known as White Hall, after their family home near Annapolis. Countless politicians and future governors have delivered speeches at Hickory Ridge on the literal “stump”, stored in the barn and pulled out when the occasion arises. Beautifully maintained and carefully restored by the current owner over the last 35 years, Hickory Ridge is listed on The Maryland Historic Trust and lends its name to one of the 10 villages of Columbia, MD. The property is sited on 24.88 acres in Highland, Maryland, close-in to the shopping and amenities of Highland, Clarksville and Columbia. Approached by two gated, tree-lined lanes and boasting classic period details and exemplary materials and craftsmanship, Hickory Ridge comprises the manor house, original 1749 cottage, a carriage house converted into an office, and a traditional English greenhouse. Additionally, first-class equestrian facilities includes a fully equipped barn with 9 stalls, a separate tack room and gym, four double-fenced paddocks, three run-in sheds, and two exercise rings. Completing the grounds are a 3-car garage, enclosures for smaller vehicles and a carriage, and large equipment shed. The bucolic setting is meticulously landscaped and graced by specimen trees, a large meadow and woods, four ponds, historic boxwoods, stacked-stone walls, old brick pathways, and historic English-style gardens restored and improved by a noted landscape architect. Unlock the 200+ year-old manor house door with the original lock and key, welcome your guests into the stunning reception hall, and entertain them on the sweeping side porch graced by Doric columns. Choose the evening’s wine from the incomparable underground barrel-ceiling wine cellar, enjoy a lavish meal in the gracious dining room, and then repair to the formal living room for an aperitif, or retreat below to your own Jockey Club Pub to draw an ale or watch the big game. Outside, stroll among the English gardens, hold a croquet match on the side lawn, or host a barbecue in the secluded picnic grove by the large pond. Overnight guests may be comfortably accommodated in the charming 2-bedroom cottage with its own kitchen, sunroom, 2 fireplaces, a full bath, and patio. At leisure, enjoy the large bedrooms, high ceilings, and modern baths. Read a book in the paneled library or appreciate the view from the sunroom. Cook gourmet meals in the modern kitchen and savor them in the adjoining family dining room, once the original 18th century kitchen. Take care of your personal business under exposed beams in the large, private 3rd floor office. In the winter, cozy up to one of the eight fireplaces. Venture outside and take-in the sublime setting, relish the quiet and privacy, and survey the sweeping pastoral views. Stroll through the lush gardens or meditate in the tranquil hidden Zen garden. Enjoy the cottage butterfly garden by day, or the ubiquitous fireflies at night. Nurture plants in the greenhouse, workout in the gym, jog along the trails, or take a dip in the 50x25 heated pool shaded by 200-year old boxwoods. Comprising 5 separately deeded parcels, including 4 approved building lots, Hickory Ridge offers many possibilities for future owners. The ability to construct additional homes provides the perfect opportunity for developing a family compound for multiple generations. With an unrivaled location in the heart of Howard County, and within easy reach of Baltimore, Washington, and Annapolis, this historic estate offers luxury and comfort for family living, elegant space for grand entertaining, facilities to pursue your equestrian dreams, and a rare close-in sanctuary for those seeking privacy with easy access to area amenities.

Richard Watson , Long & Foster

24.88 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
5 BATHROOMS
8533 SQ FT
 
$8,425,000
Horse Property for sale.
Historic Hickory Ridge Farm

Highland, Howard County, Maryland


Hickory Ridge In 1726, a tract of land known as Hickory Ridge, a high point in what is now Howard County, Maryland, was “patented” by royal land grant to Col. Henry Ridgeley by King George II. A stone cottage was constructed circa 1749, and as George Washington was taking office in 1789, Col. Ridgeley’s son, Greenberry Ridgeley, began construction of what is now the main residence, replacing an earlier one lost in a fire. The main house was expanded in the early 1800’s, and a modern kitchen added in 1995. The property remained in the Ridgeley family until 1877 and was subsequently owned by notable Maryland families including The Hopkins, The Owens, and The Clarks. During the 75-year Hopkins period, it was known as White Hall, after their family home near Annapolis. Countless politicians and future governors have delivered speeches at Hickory Ridge on the literal “stump”, stored in the barn and pulled out when the occasion arises. Beautifully maintained and carefully restored by the current owner over the last 35 years, Hickory Ridge is listed on The Maryland Historic Trust and lends its name to one of the 10 villages of Columbia, MD. The property is sited on 64 acres in Highland, Maryland, close-in to the shopping and amenities of Highland, Clarksville and Columbia. Approached by two gated, tree-lined lanes and boasting classic period details and exemplary materials and craftsmanship, Hickory Ridge comprises the manor house, original 1749 cottage, a carriage house converted into an office, and a traditional English greenhouse. Additionally, first-class equestrian facilities include two fully equipped barns with a total of 20 stalls, a separate tack room and gym, eleven double-fenced paddocks, five run-in sheds, two exercise rings, and a 1-mile (variable) horse trail. Completing the grounds are a 3-car garage, enclosures for smaller vehicles and a carriage, and large equipment shed. The bucolic setting is meticulously landscaped and graced by specimen trees, a large meadow and woods, four ponds, historic boxwoods, stacked-stone walls, old brick pathways, and historic English-style gardens restored and improved by a noted landscape architect. Unlock the 200+ year-old manor house door with the original lock and key, welcome your guests into the stunning reception hall, and entertain them on the sweeping side porch graced by Doric columns. Choose the evening’s wine from the incomparable underground barrel-ceiling wine cellar, enjoy a lavish meal in the gracious dining room, and then repair to the formal living room for an aperitif, or retreat below to your own Jockey Club Pub to draw an ale or watch the big game. Outside, stroll among the English gardens, hold a croquet match on the side lawn, or host a barbecue in the secluded picnic grove by the large pond. Overnight guests may be comfortably accommodated in the charming 2-bedroom cottage with its own kitchen, sunroom, 2 fireplaces, a full bath, and patio. At leisure, enjoy the large bedrooms, high ceilings, and modern baths. Read a book in the paneled library or appreciate the view from the sunroom. Cook gourmet meals in the modern kitchen and savor them in the adjoining family dining room, once the original 18th century kitchen. Take care of your personal business under exposed beams in the large, private 3rd floor office. In the winter, cozy up to one of the eight fireplaces. Venture outside and take-in the sublime setting, relish the quiet and privacy, and survey the sweeping pastoral views. Stroll through the lush gardens or meditate in the tranquil hidden Zen garden. Enjoy the cottage butterfly garden by day, or the ubiquitous fireflies at night. Nurture plants in the greenhouse, workout in the gym, jog along the trails, or take a dip in the 50x25 heated pool shaded by 200-year old boxwoods. Comprising 10 separately deeded parcels, including 7 approved building lots, Hickory Ridge offers many possibilities for future owners. The ability to construct additional homes provides the perfect opportunity for developing a family compound for multiple generations, and for those desiring a smaller estate, the locations of the secondary parcels would lend themselves to divestiture without disturbing the sightlines from the main house and grounds. The large barn and surrounding paddocks currently house an independent equestrian business, which could continue, thus providing the ambiance of an active horse farm while providing income, leaving the second barn and paddocks for personal use. With an unrivaled location in the heart of Howard County, and within easy reach of Baltimore, Washington, and Annapolis, this historic estate offers luxury and comfort for family living, elegant space for grand entertaining, facilities to pursue your equestrian dreams, and a rare close-in sanctuary for those seeking privacy with easy access to area amenities.

Richard Watson , Long & Foster

64.00 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
5 BATHROOMS
8533 SQ FT
 
$1,195,000
Horse Property for sale.
Working Horse Farm near Fair Hills MD Horse Park

Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland


Sunlit Farm is a well made residential 40 acre working horse farm near Fair Hill. An “turn key” opportunity with large main residence, and facilities and pastures for up to 16 horses with plenty of room to expand. The barns, stables, outbuildings, and fencing are well maintained and functional, and the main house is large energy efficient home with modern features and appliances. The farm is situated in the future growth area of Cecil County providing opportunity to benefit from future development.

John Campagna , The Land Group

40.00 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
3 BATHROOMS
3000 SQ FT
 
$1,399,000
Horse Property for sale.
Turn Key equestrian property with remodeled home

Dickerson, Montgomery County, Maryland


PRIVACY!! Convenience! Poolesville Schools! Turn-key 23-plus acre equestrian estate perfect for private or professional operation. The Home: Completely renovated 6 BR, 3.5 BA , 2 car garage colonial. This house is more vast than it appears! Main floor boasts a gorgeous new kitchen with custom cabinets , natural quartz countertops, gas range with custom hood and enormous island. There are two main floor family rooms, one with cathedral ceiling, natural stone floors and wood burning stove. The first floor also has an amazing bright dining room, mudroom with laundry, a gym or additional office, half bath and storage room. The second floor has a large, bright primary bedroom with double sink en suite full bath. Three additional bright bedrooms and 2nd full bath complete the second floor. There is a third floor bedroom with vaulted ceilings and separate playroom or bonus room. Walk out Au Pair Suite in basement includes kitchenette, 3rd full bath, office and living room. Fully fenced backyard for kids and pets! New roof and Hardiplank siding in 2018. New Brazilian teak hardwood floors throughout. High speed internet with Verizon Fios make this home perfect for the new era of remote work. The Equestrian Facility : 14 stall English courtyard style barn with oversize ( 70 x 200 ) arena with GGT all-weather footing. 3 large pastures, 3 medium-sized pastures and 2 paddocks provide acres of turnout. Automatic waterers in stalls, hay and shavings storage room, matted aisle, full wash stall and separate grooming stall and hot water in 2 insulated tack rooms. Fans in each matted stall and dutch doors provide excellent ventilation and three-sided courtyard design with 12 ft overhang aisles offers excellent weather protection year round. Beautiful views at every turn. There is a horse trailer parking area and tractor shed. Wooded walking/hacking trail around property. This is a sanctuary just a mile from MARC Train and 50 minutes from DCA, BWI and downtown DC. 30 minutes to Frederick. Easy access to 270 or River Rd. 15 minutes to groceries and conveniently Whole Foods delivers here! Fantastic & rare opportunity to own a turn key estate in the sought-after Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve. http://tour.homevisit.com/view/326766

Toni Koerber , Long and Foster

23.00 ACRES
6 BEDROOMS
3.5 BATHROOMS
4000 SQ FT
 
$450,000
Horse Property for sale.
Acreage with Tons of Potential!!

Delmar, Wicomico County, Maryland


Poultry farm on 23.5 acres with well-kept rancher and several outbuildings affords LOTS of potential at this price point! Home has been lovingly cared for and is spacious with plenty of room to expand. You'll find easy care finishes, a beautiful sunroom full of lovely greenery, a cozy family room, lots of natural light and an oversized garage with plenty of parking and room for storage. There are several outbuildings as well along with 5 poultry houses. Potential buyers will have to confirm with Integrators on what will be required to place birds with new buyers if buyers plan to resume poultry operation. If poultry farming isn't for you, tear down the poultry houses and have cleared land for horses, farm animals or even build new poultry house(s). You could also retrofit poultry houses into stalls, tack rooms etc and potentially board horses. Property is easily worth the list price just based on the home, outbuildings and land alone!

Donna Harrington , Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

23.59 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS
2300 SQ FT
 
$2,250,000

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Horse Property for sale.
Premier Equestrian Training Facility Near D.C., Baltimore & Annapolis

Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland


Training Farm? School? Multi-purpose buildings? First time ever offered for public sale in Davidsonville is an incomparable training farm with many uses sited on 17+ acres. The farm buildings were beautifully designed and crafted in 2010. The property includes a barn like no other with 20 stalls, 4 permanent grooming racks, 2 hot/cold wash racks, 1 vet/farrier stall, gathering or meeting room with kitchenette, climate controlled office with full bath, climate controlled tack room with custom Cherry wood tack lockers and tack cleaning sink, separate half bath, laundry room, large feed-room, fireproof hay storage area with over-sized doors, covered patio, two large tack trunk storage areas and double height ceilings. The indoor riding arena is a rigid built 120 X 240 building with 25 windows, 5 glass over-sized mechanical doors, observation area, full kick boards and Euro-felt style footing. The property also offers an Olympic sized outdoor riding ring too along with several board fenced paddocks. Separate outbuildings for jump storage and tractor storage. The detached house is circa 1981 and offers two distinct living areas with a total of 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Shown by appointment only. VIDEO WALKTHROUGH https://iplayerhd.com/player/video/f40dd2ed-dc90-4ee9-a3d7-b9c300d6ebf2/share Two adjacent building lots of 6 & 8 acres are for sale separately at $375,000 each.

Laura-Lee Jones , The Laura Jones Team with Long & Foster Real Estate

17.80 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
4 BATHROOMS
- SQ FT

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