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Nancy McGuire

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Name | Nancy McGuire
Email | nmcguire@MDHeritage.properties
Cell Phone | 410 778 9319
Office Phone | 410 778 9319
Company | Maryland Heritage Properties
Address | 306 Cannon Street

City | Chestertown
State | Maryland
Zip Code | 21620
About | Nancy McDonald McGuire is first and foremost a preservationist. An ‘old house person,’ she was reared in an 18th century brick telescope house where she lived the wonders of an historic property. As an adult she enjoyed restoring houses and exploring the value of past architectural styles, building methods, and materials. While pursuing a career in real estate, she discovered that old buildings fell through the cracks of the market. These architectural treasures were misunderstood, poorly presented, and terribly difficult to find in the maze of new construction. The world of old houses continued to beckon and inspire. After serving as the Historic Site Director for Preservation Maryland at Waverly (ca. 1740), Nancy became more convinced than ever of the unique value of old buildings and so returned to the real estate profession dedicated to representing vintage architecture. Maryland Heritage Properties evolved from a belief that more properties can be saved if there is a marketplace for them... no matter the condition. Nancy McGuire’s knowledge and experience has founded a refined, tailored approach to represent buildings that integrates the care and understanding these irreplaceable resources deserve. Her concept combines both the non-profit world of old buildings, where they are understood and applauded, and the for-profit world of real estate exchange. To execute this sound approach, a knowledgeable team of professionals collectively represents Maryland Heritage Properties. Nancy McDonald McGuire, Founder and Broker

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$565,000

The Frederick Usilton House

200 Washington Avenue Chestertown in the County of Kent, , 21620
  • 2915 sq ft
  • 4 beds
  • 4 baths

Strategically located in Chestertown’s lovely Historic District and Chestertown’s National Register District in an area of period houses of the early 1900’s. This stately brick American Four Square, constructed in 1908, lises one block from Washington College and town center, Fountain Park, with award winning Farmer’s Market, specialty shops, live theatre, galleries and Chestertown’s Arts & Entertainment District. A desirable corner lot with southern exposure provides a light-filled interior. Driveway and two-car garage have convenient access from the side-street (Kent Street). This three-story residence was erected in 1908 for Frederick Usilton in the ‘Four-Square” style. Constructed by Chestertown master-builder Walter Pippin. The brick construction, tall windows, wrap-around porch, restrained trim, and graceful dormer window treatments make it one of the most imposing structures along Washington Avenue. Unlike many of the Victorian buildings along Washington Avenue,

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