Designed in 1994 by Annapolis architect Wayne Good, the house sits on a wooded lot and enjoys a back vista of mature cedars that once lined the approach to the original farmhouse at the top of the hill. The house is entirely independent of fossil fuel energy. The geothermal heat pump serves the main level. The conventional heat pump serves the upper level. Changing from gas heat to geothermal heat cut the energy bill by $400 a year. There is a Tesla charging station near the curb that delivers 44 miles of charge for each hour connected. The kitchen has a large island with bar sink, lots of counter space and an electric induction range. The dining room is unusually spacious (the dining tables convey) allowing for large gatherings and, as the current owners say, "it allows for doing projects at one end and serving a meal at the other without constant shuffling". On the main level there is also a Living Room with a built-in bookcase and French doors to the exterior, a Study/Den/Office with a Cathedral ceiling, built-in desks and French doors to the exterior. This room may easily be converted to a main level bedroom. And, there is a full bath on the main level as well. There are 4 bedrooms on the upper level, all with windows on two sides, ample closet space and hardwood floors. The lower level has two unfinished rooms and is plumbed for a toilet.
Built-Ins, Master Bath(s), Walk-in Closet(s), Wood Floors
Electric Vehicle Charging Station(s)
Cooktop, Dishwasher, Refrigerator
Space For Rooms, Rough Bath Plumb, Full
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