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All the charm of a historic home yet comfortably up to date. This 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath circa 1848 Colonial sits in the heart of downtown St. Michaels, just steps from restaurants and shops in one direction and San Domingo Creek in the other. Original features such as high ceilings, wood floors, large windows and a center hall entrance are flanked by modern upgrades including an eat-in kitchen, upstairs office, and a large family room with a gas fireplace. A spacious, fenced-in backyard offers coveted in-town privacy amid mature landscaping, a large brick patio, and a one-car detached garage. Public dock, kayak storage and nature trail are close by. The former rectory of Christ Episcopal Church, this home has it all-history, charm, and privacy-with many upgrades!

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Listed by Fred I Rider III of TTR Sotheby's International Realty

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