Long & Foster Sells Maryland’s Three Most Expensive Properties in 2015

January 22, 2016

Top sale, Wye Town Farm, sold for over $11.8 million by Cliff Meredith

Long & Foster Real Estate, the nation’s No. 1 family-owned residential real estate company, is pleased to announce that it sold the three most expensive properties in Maryland in 2015. Cliff Meredith, a leading real estate agent with Long & Foster’s Easton, Md., office, listed all three of the state’s top sales for last year and represented the buyers on two of the three transactions. Craig Linthicum, also a leading associate in the company’s Easton office, represented the buyer on the remaining transaction.

Also noteworthy for the Maryland real estate market were Meredith’s sales for 2015. In total, he sold nearly $68.5 million of real estate, which was more than double the amount any other agent sold in Talbot County, Md. Below are details on the top three sales in the state for 2015.

Wye Town Farm, 10710 Wye Town Farm Road, Easton, Md.
Built in 1991, the 12,000-square-foot home at Wye Town Farm is filled with unparalleled features that make this Chesapeake Bay property a truly elegant retreat. Sitting on 234 acres, the home boasts breathtaking views of the mouths of the Wye and Miles rivers, overlooking the lighthouse and Eastern Bay. Listed and sold by Meredith for over $11.8 million, Wye Town Farm’s amenities include two guest homes, a spa with an indoor lap pool, gym and sauna, six-stall barn, multiple pastures, kennels and an all-weather tennis court.

Bracebridge Hall, 314 Grove Neck Road Earleville, Md.
Sitting on 530 acres with one mile of Sassafras River shoreline, Bracebridge Hall is a sprawling, resort-like property complete with two guesthouses, a barn, tennis court and helicopter pad. Built in 1991, the estate is just shy of 40,000 square feet and boasts nine bedrooms, a grand entry hall, gourmet kitchen and several formal rooms. This magnificent home also features several corporate amenities including multiple conference rooms. Listed and sold by Meredith, Bracebridge Hall closed for $7.6 million.

25725 Lakewood Farm Road Easton, Md.
With its own dock, protected shoreline, crab shack and pond, this private estate is a water-lover’s dream. This 6,000+ square foot four-bedroom Colonial home sits on over 188 acres and offers broad sunset views of Leeds Creek and Miles River. Inside amenities include hydronic radiant heated floors and four fireplaces, while outside amenities comprise horse stables with riding trails and a three-bedroom caretaker’s apartment. This magnificent property sold for $7 million, and Meredith represented the seller, while Linthicum brought the buyer.

“Over the past 45 years, Long & Foster has become known for the unsurpassed level of service and industry expertise it provides luxury home buyers and sellers,” said Jeffrey S. Detwiler, president and chief operating officer of The Long & Foster Companies, parent company of Long & Foster Real Estate. “Thanks to our exclusive affiliation with Christie’s International Real Estate throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, as well as our partnership with Luxury Portfolio International, Long & Foster brings our clients the very best opportunities to reach qualified buyers and earn international exposure to an elite clientele.”

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