Historical Rockland Estate Goes Up For Sale For Expected $1.8 Million.

One of the most cherished landmark estates in Fairplay, Maryland, Rockland Estates has been scheduled for an auction on June 11th, 2010.  This 25-Acre Equestrian Estate with 8,600-Square-Foot Manse was originally listed for $2.75 million but now has been reserved for $1.325 million. The auction of this historical estate is being conducted by luxury estate auction firm, Concierge Auctions.

The 25 acre Rockland Estates comes with a 8,600-square-foot mansion, along with a turnkey horse farm with fenced pastures. This estate was developed in the year 1803 and its current owners, Michael Moreland and Jason Daisey purchased the property in the year 2004, after which they installed a host of modern amenities such as, air conditioning, a remodeled kitchen and also took the efforts of constructing a marvelous 3,000-bottle wine cellar in one of the basement rooms. The house on the Rockland Estate was originally built by Colonel Frisby Tilghman, who was also the son of Maryland’s first attorney general and due to the estate’s historic significance, the entire area has been listed on the Maryland Inventory of Historic Sites and is also a contender for a mention in the National Register of Historic Places.

The sale of the Rockland Estate being conducted with the cooperation of Gary Gestson, who is a certified Historic Property Specialist with the real estate firm, Long & Foster Real Estate.

Via Concierge Auctions

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