Live a bit of Maryland history at the William Phair House, a 3-bedroom/2.5-bathroom property in Spencerville, MD that dates back to 1860—making it one of Spencerville’s earliest homes!
Discover this rare two-story center passage hall log house with plenty of modern accents: the cozy front den with wood-burning fireplace, the generous living room with space for multiple sitting areas, the grand kitchen with plenty of cabinet and counter space (as well as stainless-steel appliances), and a delightful breakfast nook with a second stove for those chilly winter mornings.
Upstairs, you’ll find a master bedroom with its own private bath. There are two additional bedrooms here, one of which features a loft plus visible hewn log walls and an incredible 10-foot by 13-foot walk-in closet, as well as a laundry room. The design-ready basement comes with unlimited potential. (Meanwhile, it’s a great place for storage.)
But let’s talk about the grounds: a whopping two acres of property all to yourself. The fenced-in backyard offers plenty of lawn in which to laze about on delightful spring and summer days. Add some tables and chairs, and you’ve got a picture-perfect place to entertain guests. Plus, if you’re a gardener, just imagine what you could do with this blank canvas!
At 2130 Spencerville Road, you’ll live a piece of Maryland history—but with all the home’s modern updates and comforts, you’ll never feel trapped in the past.
• 3 bedrooms
• 2.5 bathrooms
• 2 acres
• Off-street parking
• Wood-burning stoves
• Historic site