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Former Quaker meetinghouse is now an Easton estate
Former Quaker meetinghouse is now an Easton estate

A former Quaker meetinghouse, built in 1840 on the site of the original 1665 structure in Talbot County, is on the market for $2.975 million. Located on the banks of a small creek off the Miles River, the home once belonged to Robert Bartlett Dixon, a state senator and president of the Easton National Bank who came to live there in 1861. A gated and tree-lined entrance road leads to the three-story, Federal-style mansion on almost 4 acres of land, including 700 feet along the waterfront and a 75-foot-long dock. "This is not your ordinary waterfront property; the views from each room are remarkable," said listing agent Joseph G. Zorc, with Coldwell Banker Residential...

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