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$ 314,777

Listing No. 35392

1928 Federal
Cumberland, MD

The Dingle

See History of The Dingle info in Bright documents, please. Fabulous historical information!! In 1926, 'The Dingle' received its name from England; named after a beautiful private estate on the outskirts of Liverpool, England.

The owners of this home were from England, and the great grandparents of the current owner Paul Stern. They used top quality materials including the finest spruce from Sitca Alaska, Vermont slate roof, all copper pipes, 8' thick basement concrete walls built on bedrock, and cedar closets with solid wood doors throughout.

The detached 2 car garage has floors reinforced w/ concrete and a lower level workshop, too! There is a published account of the bridge built by General Braddock's troops that allows the spring fed stream wander through the property over which a steel bridge connects the detached garage to the stately home lovingly built by the Stern Family.

This unique home features a side sunroom that is magical, a breakfast room w/ parquet flooring off of the kitchen, beautiful hardwood oak flooring in most of the home, a Butler's pantry, nice size closets for this era home, a Jack'N'Jill bathroom, an ensuite bath with the primary bedroom, an upper level 2 room with pine floors, a full bath and cedar walls. The addition of a main floor family room is a surprise bonus (currently set up as an office) and connects to a deck to enjoy the tranquility.

This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath brick beauty is within walking distance to the C+O Canal Towpath, Canal Place, and a short drive to Deep Creek Lake!
Bedrooms: 3
Full Bath(s): 3
Heated Sq. Ft.: 2,386
Acres: 0.560

Contact the Agent directly.

Keller Williams Premier Realty

Melanie Dimaio photo Melanie Dimaio

Mobile: 301-268-7295
Broker: 301-722-2020

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  • Sunroom
  • Deck
  • Workshop
  • Fireplaces
  • Slate Roof
  • Wood floors
  • Cast Iron Radiators
  • Claw-foot Tub(s)
  • Vintage Bath Fixtures
  • Vintage Light Fixtures
  • Cedar closet
  • Knotty pine paneling
  • Second floor porch
  • Steel bridge

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