House of the Week - 216 E Church St, Frederick, MD
Charming 1840's Row House in the Heart of Historic Downtown Frederick and is only steps away from Frederick's many amazing restaurants, coffee houses, distilleries, breweries, eclectic shopping, galleries, Weinberg theater and music scene! Lovingly referred to as the "Haller House", this home was originally built prior to the civil war era and named after the original family who built and resided in the home until the 1940’s. The first deed holder was Charles W. Haller, he was a carpenter and his daughters, who later owned the property were listed in the historical documents as "cake bakers". The Haller House was documented as part of the Frederick County Landmarks Foundation, the brass plaque still on the front of the home today! Time period details showcased in this home are the original lead glass windows, horsehair plaster walls and oak & pine hardwood floors. Home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and beautiful Downtown views. The 2 sleeping porches and rear patio are all great options to enjoy the outdoors. In addition to the easy access to Downtown Frederick, Carroll Creek and Baker Park, this home is conveniently located near other local attractions such as Monocacy National Battlefield, Harpers Ferry and Gettysburg National Park. Do not miss out on this chance to own a piece of history!
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