Kent Manor Inn
This income producing, 3 story, 24 room Inn, 18,496 sq ft resort lodge built in 1820 demonstrates commercial, waterfront experience. With 226 acres and 7500 ft of waterfront on Cox and Thompson Creek. This wedding venue and meeting house is one of the largest venues on the Eastern Shore and can accommodate up to 700 guests. It is one of Queen Anne’s County’s most notable properties and is significant to the Eastern Shore history.
This property had previously been listed unsuccessfully for almost 15 years. It was never priced appropriately in a declining real estate market and, as a result, was never sold. Many agents considered the top in the industry got it wrong and even advised the sellers to reject good offers. As a result, the property was surrendered to the lien holder. This was a very complex sale. It involved bank inner workings and balance sheet issues that effected pricing. However, after my partner and I got it sold!
This property is a significant piece of Talbot County and Eastern Shore history. The property survived the Revolutionary War and was briefly occupied in the War of 1812. With 150+ acres, the 10,000 sq ft Estate has more than 4000 ft of waterfront on Harris Creek and Dunn Cove. 9 bedrooms, 11 fireplaces, 6.5 baths, Potting shed, Jefferson building, Guest Cottage, Pool and Pool house (with reclaimed bricks from constitution hall), Green house and Deep water dock! Luxury and history!
Beech Tree Lane, "The Smart House"
I effectively represented this energy efficient home, that had immensely complicated systems. Privately owned solar panels on the grid, geothermal heating and air, whole house hepa filtration systems, energy star appliances, LED lighting and remote access and alarm systems.