Stone Hall, circa 1740. One of Maryland’s preeminent country estates. An impeccable, Federal style, stone manor house that sits upon 87 acres of unfettered natural beauty in the heart of Worthington Valley. Originally part of the 4,200 acre tract patented by William Nicholson of Kent County in 1719 and formerly owned by Thomas Gist, a colonel in the Baltimore Militia during the Revolutionary War.
Both distinguished and rugged, Stone Hall courses with the blood of historical authenticity. Brick and wide plank floors. Interior stone walls. Stunning great room with vaulted ceiling and hand hewn beams features deep recessed windows, fireplace with brick surround, and wood-paneled bookcases. A wall of french doors open to sun room with epic views. Seven bedrooms. Huge sleeping porches. Luxe master suite with spa and pond views. Stately formal dining room and chef’s kitchen with breakfast room. Intricate moldings and wide paneled doors. Six fireplaces. Custom hardware and lighting. Architectural detail throughout that both invites and inspires.
Majestic grounds that evoke the pastoral grandeur of colonial America. Four-season gardens with fountain. Specimen trees and pond. Manicured lawns and fences. Three bedroom carriage house with bluestone patio. Three bedroom tenant house. Eight stall red bank barn with standing seam metal roof. Tractor shed, workshop, and greenhouse. Detached three car garage. Supremely private, stone-trimmed pool in lawn setting. Winding, tree-lined estate drive.
Convenient to 83 and Baltimore, minutes away from Hunt Valley Town Center. Lovingly preserved and discerningly restored, Stone Hall is as vital as it has ever been, a stalwart, resonant property that beckons those that appreciate form, detail, and unmistakable ambiance.
National Register of Historic Places.