The Barnaby House is one of the oldest, most historic homes on the Eastern Shore and the oldest house in Oxford still on its original foundation. The National Register of Historic Places says “Built in 1770, the story-and-a-half frame house … interior has not been significantly altered since the late eighteenth century. Exposed in the four corners of the house are the principal posts, and a turned baluster stair rises in the northeast corner of the hall. The most elaborate Georgian woodwork is found in the south room or parlor. Served by a corner fireplace, the hearth wall is finished with intact raised paneling. Fixed in the southwest corner of the room is a built-in architectural barrel-back corner cupboard. The north room features a corner fireplace covered with raised panel woodwork as well. Perhaps the rarest interior feature is the series of incised schooners which decorate the large timber lintel over the kitchen fireplace.” It is a unique opportunity to own this historic gem in easily accessible Oxford.
The home has all the expected conveniences and provides an easy work from home solution, with a quiet office area at the rear of the house. Schedule your showing today.
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