Westwood Manor c.1739 rests gently on a private hill top with stunning views of the Wicomico River and surrounded by 30+ acres of lush crop land. Built on an early 1651 Maryland land grant from Lord Baltimore, Westwood Manor is a Charles County historic landmark and one of only two known brick 18th century gambrel roof structures to survive in the county. Craftsmanship and historic detailing abound in this unique home, with original wood floors, chair railing, ornate wood paneled fireplaces, exquisite dentil molding, two staircases, charming sunroom and a primary bedroom suite with private porch. Set far back and out of sight from the road, modern life seems distant from Westwood Manor’s peaceful perch and the ageless fields embrace its inhabitants with the alluring simplicity of a bygone era. This is an estate of rare and beautiful distinction, close to DC & Baltimore, yet a world away.
Updated on May 22, 2021 at 3:44 pm