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           Scott House has certainly passed the test of time being well over 200 years old. While having updates required for todays' living, pleased the home has been maintained in its original archtecture.
120' T dock with 3 1/2' at MLW, with a well marked channel to the Chesapeake Bay. This is the view from the deck over Deep Creek.
Entrance to the house is defined by this lovely arbor.
The front porch is a peaceful spot to enjoy the garden.
Entering the foyer now that is 10 x 16.
Partial view of the sitting room that over looks the creek.
The french doors lead to the dining room. Here is the other section of the sitting room, lovely to have the gas log fireplace.
The dining room also with views of the creek, 12 x 16, note the gas log fireplace is viewed by both the dining room and sitting room.
Actually all the rooms have views of the creek except the powder room. The kitchen is 11 x 16 with back stairs to the 2nd floor. Just off the kitchen is the utility room and a full bath.
Proper homes of this era always had an elegant staircase access from foyer and a back stairs tot he kitchen. There is a full bath and utility room adjacent to the kitchen. Also a back door, making it handy to remove boots, clothes etc.
This landing is so spacious used as a family gathering spot.
2 bedrooms on the 2nd floor with a new full bath being installed now, this room is 13 x 16.
This bedroom with its cool seaside breezes is 10 x 16.
The grandchildren love the 3rd floor bedroom. The owners deceided to install a sprial staircase, for they think saver for the little ones to manage. The 3rd floor bedroom is 13 x 16.

A lovely spot to enjoy the day and keep an eye out for your boat.
The shoreline is quite healthy. View from the dock to the house.
Almost the days end.