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c. 1750 Farmhouse

Clear Spring
Clear Spring, Maryland

Joseph Fiery Homeplace

Southern Exposure facing rear yard
Southern Exposure facing rear yard
Featured in the National Register of Historic Places, The Joseph Fiery Homeplace is a gem located just outside of Hagerstown, Maryland. Private, serene location yet less than 10 min to I-81 or I-70 for commuting purposes!
Living Room
Living Room
Spacious Room sizes - unusual for this time period!
Original Firplace
Original Firplace
Still intact and a great piece of history for this home!
Exposed Log
Exposed Log
Exposed Log and stone walls add to the feel of yesteryear!
Enamel Stove
Enamel Stove
A kitchen fit for the whole family and typical of the timeperiod where everyone would gather!
Huge Bank Barn
Huge Bank Barn
Stone Bank Barn currently being used - includes tack room, stalls, loft storage, and leads to fenced pasture.
Attic
Attic
Walk-up attic provides evidence of quality of workmanship and is a great area for expansion! One of three homes known in the area to have a double truss system called a "liegenderstuhle" or "leaning upright".

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Noted in National Historic Register, this warm & inviting German Stone Farm House features stone bank barn, fenced pasture & more! Recent Updates include heat pump & HWH 2004, replacement windows! LARGE rooms (unusual for this time period!), original exposed log walls, stone walls, beamed ceilings, wood flrs, floored attic offers great expansion possibilities. Spacious porch overlooks cool shaded yard & pasture beyond. Magnificent stone bank barn with tack room and stalls, PLUS original Summer Kitchen completes the picture!

Archived in January, 2020

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