Offered for $1,250,000

Available for the first time in 200+ years

     A multi-zoned jewel in Historic Centreville, Locust Hill is 71.26 acres of prime opportunity! The main farmhouse is a late 18th to early 19th Century Federal-style white clapboard building featuring original details and craftsmanship, with later construction adding more modern updates. The property also features the original milk house, smoke house, dairy barn, gardens, woodlands, wetlands, and 40 acres of tillable farmland. 


     Zoned in two separate tracts with various uses, the potential in this property is immense. The 57-acre Residential tract is the quintessential Eastern Shore Gentleman's Farm, with future development potential. Possibilities could include dense R-3 zoned development or a minor agricultural neighborhood subdivision with 3-4 large lots offering public water and sewer, shared buildings/barns and common areas for horses and other farm uses. 


     The 14 acre Tract, zoned C-3, allows multiple commercial uses. The location, inside Centreville town limits is convenient to enjoy the shops, restaurants and waterfront, all with easy access to 301 and the Bay Bridge! 

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71.26 acres total

About the Land

71 total acres  

57 acres zoned R-3

14 acres zoned C-3

40 tillable farmland

Public water & sewer hook-up is available

Present land use is Agriculture

Annual Taxes - $5,036

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3,876 square feet

About the Residence

Federal style residence

Circa 1800

3,876 square feet of finished living space

5 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms

Brick and wood siding

Basement & attic

Exposed beams

5 fireplaces, 1 wood stove

Generator

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Original structures

Exterior Features

Dairy barn

Open-bay storage shed/barn

Milk house

Smoke house

Solar array, third-party owned

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Pending approval

Potential Uses

Horse farm for family riding

Wedding venue

Event barn and B and B with additional "tiny houses" for guests

Retreat Center

Fruit orchard and honey producers

Solar Farm

Specialty brewing or distilling of home-grown items (see Batson River)

Specialty farming like emu, goat cheese production, alpacas, Halal meat production.

Green Cemetery

Co-housing with CSA (Community Supported Agriculture).  Agrihood

FDA project supporting young/women/immigrant farmers.

Destination Farm (Haunted rides, apple orchard, corn maze, petting zoo)

Tree Nursery

Historic Tour hub (with re-enactment encampments, artifact museum, paintball)

Artist or Writers retreat center with rent-able cabins

Concert venue and permanent structure for town's farmer's market

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