Welcome home to this expansive updated farmhouse! Situated on over 2 acres, enjoy peace and quiet on your wrap around porch, rear deck, or in your hot tub in your fenced back yard. The grounds are complete with a detached 2 car garage, and shed. Inside you will find the perfect blend of original character with modern updates. 4 nice size bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances with butcher-block kitchen island, remodeled bathrooms, two large picture windows on the main level, formal dining room, large Master Bedroom with dual closets, and wood pellet burning stove in the living room. New electrical panel and heat pump installed as well. Full walk-in attic with attic fans. Close to outdoor amenities for your enjoyment, 5 miles from Piscataway Park and 6 miles from Fort Washington Park and Marina. STATEMENT OF HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE The Underwood-Bealle House at 15914 Bealle Hill Road in Accokeek, Maryland, is located on property once owned by William H. Gwynn, Sr. The 443-acre parcel, known as "Piscataway Farm," was conveyed to Thomas M. Underwood in 1893. Underwood, a prominent politician and farmer in Prince George's County, farmed the property with his sons, Edward and Melville. In 1912, he conveyed a 100-acre tract of the farm to Melville; possibly as a wedding gift following Melville's marriage to Claretta Baden. It is likely that Melville is responsible for the construction of the Underwood-Bealle House at the intersection of Accokeek Road and Bealle Hill Road following his marriage in 1911. The Underwoods conveyed a 16- acre parcel of the property to Margaret Underwood Bealle, Melville's sister, in 1919. The property remained in the Underwood/Bealle family until 1938. The Underwood-Bealle House passed through a series of short-term owners, excepting the 33-year-tenure of Francis I. and Jean C. Bailey. The Underwood-Bealle House is representative of the domestic architecture constructed in the first quarter of the twentieth century in rural Prince George's County. The building is indicative of the break from the traditional L- and I-shaped house forms and exhibits characteristics of the Colonial Revival style and American Foursquare form.
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Listing information last updated on July 19th, 2019 at 6:46pm EDT.