Jim Corson
Contingent
$869,000

28191 Forest Landing Road
Easton, MD 21601

Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Residence
4
Beds
3
Baths
+
1 Half
2,740
Sq. Ft.
5.02
Acre Lot
1of
Photos
Map
Courtesy: Benson & Mangold, LLC
brightmlshomes.com> Maryland> Easton> 21601
Locust Lane Farm. Quintessential Eastern Shore Farmhouse, on five acres -- in the country but not far. The three-story home is both elegant and comfortable. Locust Lane Farm offers a refreshing alternative to the purposely designed communities of Talbot County. The land has contour, lovely trees and plantings, along with various outbuildings for gardening, workshop, games, animals, equipment and general storage. The three story home features beautiful wood floors, high ceilings, tall windows, two fireplaces, spacious formal dining room and a great family room with built in storage.Upstairs you have the main bedroom with ensuite bathroom, two secondary bedrooms, hall bath, and separate laundry room. The third floor offers charming guest quarters and bathroom.The wide porch provides sunset views to the West; the slate patio off the courtyard invites al fresco dining.Please peruse the photo shots and tour.Note that this was once the home of renowned sculptor Lee Lawrie who worked in the Art Deco manner during the first half of the 20th century and is especially known for his monumental sculpture of Atlas in Rockefeller Center. The Family Room at Locust Lane Farm was his studio. Locally, he was important in founding the Academy Art Museum in Easton.
MDTA138106
Single Family, Single Family-Detached, Farmhouse
4
TALBOT
3 Full/1 Half
1890
5.02 Acres
Well
Vinyl Siding
Septic
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