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joyed putting her personal touches on the home. 215 E. Chestnut This charming Victorian waterfront home dates to at least 1870, with a recorded deed indicating a pre-existing structure. When the home was renovated in 2016, the renovation process revealed the 18th century construction methods that defined an original 510-squarefoot structure. The home was expanded to 1,590 square feet in the late 19th century. In 2015, after years of thoughtful planning, the owners undertook an ambitious 16-month expansion and restoration of this significant historical home.

102 W. Chestnut Street by Pat Hanlon house has two chimneys and three open fireplaces. 207 Mulberry Street The current owner fell in love with the home at an open house more than a decade ago. Having grown up in St. Michaels, she saw the open house sign and decided to take a look. While standing in the kitchen, she told her mother, if I ever have a vacation home, I want it to be just like this. The owner is an art enthusiast and interior designer who has en-

215 E. Chestnut Street by Polly Cox Rivermark After enjoying the serenity of waterfront living in Vermont, the current owners and their two children were anxious to find a similar home in St. Michaels and were introduced to Rivermark. The house was initially beyond their budget and in half-abandoned

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Tidewater Times December 2018  

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