2924 Ocean Gateway, Trappe, Maryland 21673
670 acres +/- Listed at $10,950,000
Trappe, Maryland located between Easton and Oxford, Middleville was established in 1880.
‘Middleville is a large country house which is composed of a two-story, three-bay long central portion with one and one half story wings on each side.’ Center Hall Foyer with stairs to two guest rooms on the second floor and a shared bath. The dining room, kitchen and mudroom are located to the East. There is a sunroom with southern exposure and the living room, study and primary suite are located on the western end of the house. The pool, spa and tennis court, kennels, nine-bay machine shed with fully enclosed three-bay garage, wood-framed barn, smokehouse/wine cellar and two-car garage are within proximity to the main house.
Map 58, Grid 18, Parcel 22 342.42+/- Acres
Map 58, Grid 17, Parcel 34 11.56+/- Acres
Map 58, Grid 17, Parcel 82 35.38+/- Acres
Map 58, Grid 17, Parcel 16 135.14+/- Acres
Map 58, Grid 18, Parcel 17 146.64+/- Acres
*Information on this site is believed to be accurate. but should not be relied upon without verification
Newly constructed with an open floor plan for weekend guests. The house has two bedroom suites, a full kitchen and open living room, study, mudroom, laundry, and southern exposure to the Choptank River.
Fully restored 1970 Dutch Colonial. The caretaker's cottage has two stories, four bedrooms, and one and a half baths. The kitchen, bath, paint, heat & electric, and windows have been updated.
Three bedroom, one and one-half baths circa 1820 with adjacent six-bay machine shed three-bay tractor barn, and four-bay open shed. Located off the driveway and an appropriate remove from the Main House.
29245 Howell Point
Circa 1702, a two-story beautifully restored and maintained colonial with three bedrooms and two full baths. Most recently renovated in 2013, with a country kitchen, two brick fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout and a large screened porch. The detached barn includes a workshop and plenty of space for farm equipment.
Deed of Conservation Easement/Maryland Environmental Trust recorded in the Land Records of Talbot County Liber 985, Folio 386. The Deed of Easement allows for limited further division of the property.
Over one and one-half miles of shoreline along Holmes and Reeds Creeks offers privacy and a vast expanse of natural habitat. The property is improved by extensive stone revetment, living shoreline, and a pier with boatlifts.
Eight water structures offering irrigation serviced by a dedicated well provide a wide opportunity for 20 acres of flooded crops. The waterfowl sanctuary pond is stocked with fish and provides year-round habitat for shorebirds, upland game and wildlife.
Productive Agricultural Land
‘Middleville contains over four hundred acres of tillable land in productive crop rotation with a tenant farmer. The property is engaged in best-practice methods for water quality protection through vegetative buffers.