14220 Hazen Road NE, Cumberland, Maryland, 21502
Own A Piece of History
Historic home built in 1845, that has been renovated but still has plenty of historic charm with a large foyer, wood floors and staircase, second floor balcony and large windows. Turn right or left inside the entry for the family or living rooms, one with a wood burning insert, the other with a fireplace. Lovely windows provide lots of natural light. Modern, gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances that includes and induction stove. Lovely granite counters and back splash, large island and lots of cabinets. Beautiful double farm sink and a separate prep sink. Room for a small dining table in front of the wood stove and entry into the separate formal dining room. From the kitchen, one can access the large three season sun room where you can enjoy the mountain breezes and the lovely mountain and pastoral views. Also off the kitchen is a useful butler's pantry/mud room with lots of storage space in cabinets, closet, and hooks. There's also a mini fridge you can grab a cold one from and head outside or to the sun room or patio. Separate laundry room with wash sink, front loading machines, shelving, cabinets, and a drying rack is accessible through the pantry. There is a great home office space on the main floor with a built in desk, cabinets, and shelving. A powder bath is tucked into a small space under the stairs. Upstairs there are five bedrooms and three full baths. One bath is contained in one of the larger front bedrooms and the other two are Jack and Jill baths between two bedrooms. In true historic fashion, one of the bedrooms was once the servants quarters with a stairway down to the kitchen.
Landscaped with a variety of trees, shrubs, and perennial flowers including peonies, hydrangeas, rhododendron, lilies, lilacs, and irises. Brick parking area in the front of the house, brick sidewalks and brick front patio. Lovely two tiered stone patio on the side of the house. Lots of space for vegetable, herb, and flower gardening.
Beautiful setting with Evitts Creek flowing through the 189.39 acre property that is a mix of fields and forest. Acres of your own forest so you can hunt on your own property. Hay fields or pasture, there is plenty of space for horses or livestock. Approximately 80 acres are tillable agricultural soil. Outbuildings include a 3 bay garage, 40x60 pole building for equipment storage, dairy house, corn crib and bank barn.
The property is on the National Register of Historic Places with the historic name of Big Bottom Farm or common name of Clauson Farm. Evidence in attic structures and local lore indicate that the property was part of the underground railway. This is truly a unique historic treasure in Western MD.
We enjoy all four seasons of the year here in Western MD. This home is located north of the city of Cumberland, MD near the PA state line, close to Lake Koon and Rocky Gap State Park and Casino Resort. There is lots of opportunity for year round recreational activities minutes from the door – golfing, swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, skiing, hiking, and horseback riding.
Our office has a plat of the property on file. To view this spectacular home, call us to schedule a private tour.