Encompassing 180 acres and 18,370 square feet of enclosed areas, the Oakdale estate provides opportunities for hosting events and overnight guests, as well as a potential business opportunity to use the grounds as a winery.

The three-story brick home was built in 1838 with a major expansion completed in 1898. Warfield’s family acquired the property in 1766, and he later served as Maryland’s 45th governor from 1904 to 1908.

The main house spans 9,500 square feet and includes 24 rooms and five bathrooms, as well as 12 fireplaces, a massive wraparound porch, grand columns and a rooftop widow’s walk.

Source: BizJornals

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