“Twelve Oaks” Spectacular Georgian Equestrian Estate, in the heart of Maryland horse country, exclusively nestled within a well-designed and maturely landscaped 31-acre setting. The residence is approximate 5,700 square feet, finished in 1995 by builder, Gary L. Stover, Jr. for his family’s personal country estate. The current owners have since enhanced the property to its present condition, which is picture perfect, from its gorgeous copper roof, stunning interior, to its gardens and landscape. The spacious, 2-story entrance foyer, large formal dining room, well appointed kitchen with great views, living room and den with fireplaces, the home also includes a first floor, primary suite and bath with access to the large, screened porch overlooking the gardens. Upstairs, the home boasts three large bedrooms, 2-¾ baths and a expansive recreation room. The lower level features a home theatre and an additional area with fireplace. Convenient to waterfront restaurants, golf, riding and within 5 miles of 4 marinas. Twelve Oaks is quite picturesque, sitting from the mature trees along the road, to the gated entrance and treed drive, and finally the landscaping and gardens add grace to the beautiful setting. Additionally, the property boasts a 2 stall horse barn, block building formally used as a horse barn, run-in shed, a concrete pad previously utilized as a heliport, and several acres of mature woods, serving as the perfect backdrop to this one of a kind property.
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