Historic Fairview Manor – Bowie, Maryland
Located just 10 miles from Washington, D.C. in the suburb of Bowie, this former plantation stands as a tribute to a bygone era and comes with a pedigree from one of Maryland’s most famous political families. Situated on nearly 10 acres, the six-bedroom Federal-style main house was commissioned by Revolutionary War lieutenant Baruch Duckett circa 1790, and retains its original smoke house, terraces, and grand central hall. The manor was also once home to Oden Bowie, the 34th Governor of Maryland, who relocated to Fairview after serving his term. The Bowies were not only politically prominent, but also instrumental in bringing rail lines to the region following the Civil War. The property includes a guest house. Price: $995,000... Read More →
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