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Sold April 2022
14536 Jarrettsville Pike
Monkton, MD 21111
  • 2 beds
  • 1 bath
  • 1,112 Sqft
  • 3.49 acres
  • Vintage 1882

Cultivate your vision for your private oasis! Currently there is a home and barn on the property. Part of the existing dwelling is a log structure that dates to at least 1882 and thus is a unique and of considerable historic value. If the buyer, opts for preservation “The Baltimore County Office of Planning” would support a historically compatible addition, provided the structure is retained as the principal dwelling.n The buyer has the choice to keep the dwelling or have it torn down. If you decide to tear this home down you have the right to build a new dwelling. Site plan is with the documents online. The current seller cannot tear the dwelling down per Baltimore County. Additionally, there is a barn, which can be restored or removed. nLastly, you have the option to rent the dwelling as a rental property. Past rental income has been $1,800 per month.nThe new buyer cannot keep the existing dwelling and build a new home! It is one or the other. n Additional options;n-The Amish will gladly take the barn down and keep the wood. The barn is made out of red oak and poplar wood. You can refurbish the barn, it has a solid foundation floor.n- If you decide to build a new home. You can research and reach out to Second Chance, or a similar organization, and investigate the possibility of having them dismantle the home. “Deconstruction is the systematic disassembly (“unbuilding”) of a structure by hand in order to salvage the maximum economic and environmental value of materials through reuse and recycling. Similarly stated, it’s the process of taking a building apart in the reverse order of construction to skillfully remove valuable building materials and save rich architectural history. Homes and other structures can be deconstructed partially or completely, resulting in possible tax benefits to the donor.”n-Abandon the existing well and septic system, associated with the current home.

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