The median home value in Sharpsburg, MD is $289,900.
the county median home value of $169,900.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Sharpsburg, MD is $289,900.
Approximately 76% of Sharpsburg homes are owned,
compared to 16% rented, while
8% are vacant.
Sharpsburg real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Beautiful Must See Colonial with in-law suite over 3 car garage with private entrance. Huge 2 story Great Room with wood stove, 8 total bedrooms, 5 bedrooms in main house, 3 bedrooms in the in-law suite. Large kitchen with corian countertops and an island, Hardwood floors throughout, Beautiful Master bedroom with updated Master bathroom Shiplap wall and new vanity, Large back deck with above ground swimming pool, fish pond and garden shed. Tons of parking and yard to play in. Perfect location to commute to work or work from home. This home has too much to even list it all. Must see!
The little house that lives big! Renovated to provide master suite on the main level as well as a second bedroom and bath! Nice shady front porch opens to living room, dining room area and kitchen. Updated kitchen with addition of cabinet space. Nice rec room downstairs. the house was set up for a wood stove. the chimney is still in place.
Where to start? This beautiful stone home is full of history, but also has a fabulous updated kitchen, horse barn and paddocks, and 4 acres of trees! Built in the 1800's, this home was host to Abraham Lincoln when he visited Gen. McClellan at Antietam. Throughout are wonderful deep sills (but with upgraded double tilt insulated windows!), wood flooring, amazing built-in cabinets and fireplaces. Full floored attic with additional bedroom. Now add to that a 21st century laundry room, 2.5 baths and a dream kitchen of white cabinets, granite counters, huge storage island with pendant lighting, double ovens and 5 burner cooktop. Yes, best of both worlds! Slider at the breakfast room takes you to your patio and 11 acres of pasture, woods and lawn. Definitely a home you must see to truly appreciate and enjoy. Updates since 2015 include new roof, attic insulation, hvac, bathrooms, 2 woodburning stoves with flue inserts, water filtration/softener and hot water on demand, expanded electrical service, attic bedroom and rough in plumbing/electric , kitchen, laundry, windows. And in the barn, there is an added bumpout for stalls, electric subpanel and concrete floor,tack room plus a run in shed and post and board fencing. More photos coming before activation. Please follow covid-19 protocols - masks on in house, no more than 3 people through at a time.
SOLD "AS-IS". Floors are unstable. Part of house is falling in. There is NO bathroom in this house. House is a tear down. Value is in the Land. Currently no septic, and cistern for water. Buyer to confirm ability for septic and well information through WCHD. All information herein is deemed reliable but must be verified by purchaser.
This multi-function one-story warehouse also contains a FULL APARTMENT recently finished! Apartment contains a Living Room, Family Room, Bedroom, Full Kitchen and Full Bath. The warehouse also contains a business area with a concrete floor, wood & drywall walls, and wood beams that support the exposed wood ceilings. It was previously used as an antique shop but offers so much more! With over 2,900 sq. ft., public water, heat pump for heating and cooling, and its own restroom, this oversized building could function as just about anything. It contains one overhead garage door with wood beams. Off-street parking currently; however, pending preliminary approval of a back parking lot.
Motivated seller. This property is a double-header: First, it has beautiful, active farmland with approximately 130 tillable acres, plus pastures, valuable cedar grove, creek, pond, and many outbuildings. Secondly, there is a seriously historic house dating back to the early/mid 1800's. Updates over the years did not, by and large, damage the original features. This is an Historian's dream, and a delight for those who love a truly original period house. It has a long Antietem-era history, it was once known as the Jacob Miller Farm, also used as a civil war hospital; you can find info in local history books on the property. Main level is occupied by a family member, lower level has a cellar, HVAC area, butchering room with huge fireplace, storage area. One of the basement rooms was actually an old log-cabin with stone floors, walls, and stone steps that now lead up to the kitchen. Fascinating details throughout. Upper 2 levels have 4 *HUGE* bedrooms, all with original fireplaces and mantels, main level has 2 BR, also large with fireplaces also. Back to the farm: There is currently a farming tenant, lives off site, who can stay or go as buyer wishes. This property has grown corn, wheat, oats, sorghum, and many other crops; land is suitable for just about anything. Land here is far cheaper than Frederick or Montgomery county. FULL extensive soil reports available. Pastures are beautiful, gently rolling land with outstanding views! About 30 head of cattle are currently on the property, they belong to the tenant and do NOT convey. Outbuildings offer a wide variety of options. Property is Agriculture Protected. Must remain Ag and cannot be subdivided. Stream is fenced to keep cattle out, and owner is paid $780 every October for maintaining this fencing. Hunting is plentiful, and the property includes about 17-20 acres of wooded land on the side of the mountain. Anything is possible here. EXCELLENT per-acre pricing! Buyers can have a comprehensive riding tour of the property with the seller. Seller requires Signature Settlement for closing, as they have already done work and gathered info on this property and will be a great source for any questions the buyer may have. Metes and Bounds survey completed. For an excellent starting point on farm lending, call Mid-Atlantic Farm Credit at 301.663.4192.
Live upstairs and run your dream restaurant just walking downstairs. Zoned Commercial Residential w/ other potential on site. Built 1856 Renovated & improved & expanded 2004-2006. Fully operating Restaurant and Bar w 7 day On & Off Liquor, Beer and Wine Licenses. Private residence upstairs with Living room & 4 bedrooms. Large 2 car garage. Too much to list. Many opportunities to expand business.