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10595 Newport Church Road MLS #: MDCH195072
Charlotte Hall, MD 20622 Share
10595 Newport Church Road, Charlotte Hall, MD 20622
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Price: $579,000.
Square Ft: 4500 View Map View Map
Bedrooms: 6 Request More Info Request More Info
Bathrooms: 3.5 Local Schools Local Schools
Year Built: 1900 Printable Flyer Printable Flyer
10595 Newport Church Road
HUGE PRICE DROP!!!!! Quiet and private. NO HOA!! In La Plata High School District!! This Historic Home, Maryland Historic Register CH-218 features 6/7 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 half baths, 10?+ ceilings, 3 staircases, transom windows over doors, library, drawing room, sun room, many porches, horse paddock, equipment barn, and pool on 4.23 acres. HOME WARRANTY INCLUDED - 100% FINANCING AVAILABLE - HUGE PRICE DROP!!!!! Quiet and private. NO HOA !! Home is eligible for 100% VA financing with No Money Down. Kitchen has Open Beams, Antique Decorative Moldings and Transom Windows throughout house, Stainless Steel Appliances, Two Heat and AC Systems, Large and Mostly Fenced Yard, Corner Lot, Rural Views. Lifetime transferable warranty on new roof and siding. No HOA, covenants or restrictions!! Close proximity to Maryland International Raceway at Budds Creek (5 miles), Dahlgren, VA (11 miles), La Plata, MD (11 miles), Pax River (30 miles), Fredericksburg, VA (37 miles), Cove Point, MD (37 miles), Washington DC (38 miles), Alexandria, VA (39 miles). Schools: Dr. Thomas L. Higdon Elementary School, Piccowaxen Middle School, La Plata High School !! Extras: No covenants or restrictions !! Scenic rural setting, large trees, stream, no covenants, plenty of room for truck/equipment parking. Infrastructure is very sound with 2 gas/heat pump furnaces, 2 central air units, 400 amp electric, wired for generator, drilled well, underground electric. Location History: The Town of Newport, Maryland Historic Register CH-786 was established when settlers migrated from St. Mary's City in the late 1600's to the New Port. Historic artifacts (Ask owner to email photo of pottery pieces) have surfaced from that era (circa 1710 - 1870) and many are yet to be found. Please call or text 301.751.8941 to see this home.