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Maryland estate dating to the late 1600s is this week’s oldest listing

This week’s most venerable home is a 2-acre property that traces its lineage to the late 1600s. Located in Maryland, Bounds Lott is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been featured in national magazines.

The property is named for Jonathan Bounds, who bought the 2-plus acres in 1732. While the listing notes that the original section of the home was built in 1695, it goes on to give the year it was built as 1688. Either way, it makes the grade!

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The parcel for sale also includes the Shiloh Schoolhouse, from 1903. The three-bedroom main home is a fully renovated retreat that’s ready for move-in.

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