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A rare find on Historic Ellicott City's Main Street

A rare find is on the market in Historic Ellicott City for $349,000. This Colonial at 8469 Main St. was built in 1920. Many original touches can be found in this three-story, one-bathroom home. It also packs a lot of curb appeal. The restored standing-seam metal roof, and a covered front porch...

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