Frederick Calvert Lord Avalon, First Lord of Baltimore, granted this farm to Samuel Bond in 1738, providing to the Bond family the opportunity to establish deep roots and preserve the natural beauty of this land. This stewardship opportunity was not taken lightly by the family or the subsequent owners of " Good Contrivance Farm." This is your chance to own a piece of history, continue the stewardship efforts and create your own long lasting heritage for future generations to appreciate. There are three separate parcels that are included in this offering. First, the 110 acre parcel that includes the restorable old farm house consists of two tax accounts, Carroll County 04-019814 and Baltimore County 04-0418000200. The farm parcel offers exception soils quality, a great mixture of tillable and wooded ground, a lovely large stream and a variety of critters that roam through the woodland acres. The second parcel is an approved lot that is just over 3 acres in size, has a drilled well and a septic system that is already installed; it could be the right opportunity for a multigenerational farming family.
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