" I have been blessed with the opportunity to create out of this centuries-old stone duplex a new life as a single family home with a remarkable interior overlooking the Patapsco River, a historic gem just a couple of blocks from Main Street in Ellicott City." says Charles Wagandt, owner and well-known steward of many a historic property in and around the Ellicott City community called Oella. The man of more than ninety years has much to say about history and the community yet remarks little of he and his family~s long legacy and accomplishments in the once suffering Milltown. Following in the footsteps of his great grandfather, William J. Dickey, Charles has spent is lifetime restoring and promoting rehabilitation of properties and buildings in the charming town. Driven by a passion for history and preservation, Charles has worked tirelessly with his family, his Oella Company, and others over the past 50 years to bring Oella out of a past with paved roadways, indoor plumbing and a vibrancy which can be felt in each of the colorful and pleasantly restored homes along the winding hillside setting of the community. Your best life begins in a place and with people who inspire. LIVE Historic! LIVE Oella!
Built-In Microwave, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Exhaust Fan, Icemaker, Oven/Range-Electric, Refrigerator, Washer
Connecting Stairway, English, Combination
Mantel(s), Fireplace - Glass Doors, Gas/Propane
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Listing information last updated on December 31st, 1969 at 7:00pm EST.