Sunderland MD Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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The median home value in Sunderland, MD is $692,343. This is higher than the county median home value of $320,096. The national median home value is $277,796. The average price of homes sold in Sunderland, MD is $692,343. Approximately 81% of Sunderland homes are owned, compared to 13.5% rented, while 5% are vacant. Sunderland real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you like to see a property, contact Sunderland real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
5
Baths:
4 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
4,428
Status:
NEW LISTING
MLS#:
MDCA2001880
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Gabriels Ridge
Lot size:
1.95 Acres
Year built:
2009
Contact:
Douglas Smith, [email protected], 443-532-5101
Courtesy: RE/MAX 100
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Stunning Quality Built Brick Front Huntington Model. Home is situated on a Private Flag Lot back in the woods off the long paved driveway. Home features Open 2 Story Foyer, Private Office, Formal Living Room & Dining Room, Fully equipped Eat-in Kitchen with large Island and extra cabinetry,GE profile Stainless appliances including 5 burner Gas cooktop, Open Concept from Kitchen to Family Room, Family Room with Gas Fireplace, 16 x 16 Sunroom off rear of home with french doors to Maintenance free deck, mud room between garage & Kitchen and 3 car Garage with openers. Up the open oak staircase to the second level you have the Owners Suite Vaulted Ceilings & with huge walk-in closet over the 3 car garage, owners full bath with tub and 4 x 8 tiled shower., 2nd floor Family Room / Play room or could add wall for 5th bedroom up, 3 additional good sized bedrooms all with Ceiling Fans and 2 bedrooms share a buddy bath and the 3rd has its own private bath. Lower level has Rec Room / Family Room area, Additional finished Rec Room area, 4th Full bath, Laundry Room with Cabinetry and Counter top area as well as Utility Sink, Storage room(s) and french door to covered Patio area with lights. Yard backs to trees and well is on one side and septic on garage side so plenty of room for a pool if wanted. Home features Gas Backup Heat and Gas Tankless HWH and a 500 Gallon Buried tank, all Blinds, Curtains and surround sound speakers convey, Yard Sprinkler System, Security System with cameras, Water Softner & Water Filter Systems, Crown Molding Throughout. This one is well cared for and it shows. You will not be disappointed!!!

Beds:
4
Baths:
3 Full
Sq.Ft.:
1,512
Status:
Active
MLS#:
MDCA2001688
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Sunderland Estates
Lot size:
3.12 Acres
Year built:
1976
Courtesy: RE/MAX 100
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If your looking for privacy, look no more, central Calvert location in Blue Ribbon school district. this home has it all... 4 bedrooms plus a den that could be the 5th bedroom plus two family rooms both with Masonry Fireplaces, large Eat in kitchen incl. of upgraded cabinets and granite countertops, new roof 2017 and wood stove with large workshop for all your hobbies and home projects etc.. This home sits on just over 3 acres in a wooded lot, that boasts privacy and lots of wildlife to watch on the large deck across the back of the home leading to the yard. There is a shed that conveys. Installed Radon system, ceramic and hardwood flooring and finished basement with fenced in back yard and so much more and this could be yours!

Beds:
4
Baths:
2 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
3,168
Status:
Active
MLS#:
MDCA2001108
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
14.26 Acres
Year built:
1923
Courtesy: TTR Sotheby's International Realty
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We are proud to present the Joseph Lyons House, a historic icon that is on the National Register of Historic Places. Completed in 1924, the Joseph Lyons House was built by a local contracting firm known as Lyons, Gibson & Company who were responsible for many of Calvert County's more important early twentieth-century public buildings and private residences. Remarkably few examples of their work have sur- vived the county's rapid growth of recent decades. The firm was active from about 1905 through the 1920s, and throughout the time the company operated they were preeminent among other local building contractors, an achievement due in large measure to the superior quality of their work. No existing building exemplifies the abilities of this firm more than the the Joseph Lyons House. Built for a relative of the firm's president in a highly visible location off a busy major thoroughfare not far from the company's offices and lumber yard, the house was in effect a billboard. Considered to be the largest and most architecturally progressive private home of its day in this locale, the house was as much a landmark then as it is today. This home has only been owned by three different families in its time. The current owners have taken great pride in keeping its historic features maintained to this day. Recent enhancements include an HVAC system install, newer (and beautiful) roof, the siding is quite special as it is a custom-milled cedar board that replicates the original sheathing, newer septic system, newer kitchen floors, pointed up ceramic tiles on the porches and a well maintained well and septic system. A central passage, four-room plan of the first-floor is enlivened by double-leafed French doors opening onto the front rooms from the hall and between the two north living rooms. A broad stair rises to a second-floor lobby extending toward the front of the house, opening off from which are four bedrooms. The home has two full bathrooms - one being a primary bathroom which includes custom selected wall tiles, one half bathroom, an in ground pool and over 14 stunning acres. The basement offers an optional office/den, a utility area, ample amounts of storage, a work bench/tool room and a walkout basement door to the rear yard. The home was completely rewired years back and the washer/dryer was moved to the top floor, with the basement still allowing a laundry area. Closest to the house is a small, one-story, gable-roofed structure that for most of its life has been used as a garage. Next to this is a small shed, and beyond this a rambling structure of several components, the principal one being a bank barn where the lower level was used for housing livestock and the upper level for both hay storage and the air- curing of tobacco. These buildings are all historically integral to the house and considered to be contributing resources. Approached by a U-shaped graveled drive and facing directly east toward the public road, the Joseph Lyons House is a large, three-story, frame structure with a hipped roof and full-width front and rear porches. All of the openings in the house are evenly spaced and precisely aligned at both floor levels. In addition to its perfectly symmetrical composition, the exterior features overhanging boxed eaves above a wide frieze board, bold corner boards, truncated porch columns, windows of nine- over-one double-hung sash, and a glazed, double-leafed entrance door framed by full-height sidelights. A commuters dream to have privacy yet still being centrally located to major cities such as Washington DC, Annapolis, Baltimore, etc. No HOA!

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