This new lake front home for sale is truly something special. Located in the serene Pergin Farm community, 144 Hawthorne Lane is #LakeLife at its best. The Deep Creek Lake real estate market is starting to heat up. Homes like this don’t last long when buyers catch “spring fever” and start hunting for the perfect home.
Inside 144 Hawthorne Lane
The spacious interior of this new lake front home for sale includes five bedrooms and four baths. Nearly every room has windows that reveal beautiful lake views. Offering a desirable open floor plan, the main level has hardwood floors and lots of natural light. A massive stone fireplace highlights the great room.
In the kitchen, you will find an updated kitchen with a gas range and lots of counter space. One of my favorite features is the gas fireplace in the kitchen. It makes it a cozy space for hanging out with friends and family.
Upstairs, the master suite has a wall of windows overlooking the lake. The attached bath is completely updated as well.
The lower level has tons of potential as a second gathering space. It is carpeted and has a charming wooden window seat.
Outside 144 Hawthorne Lane
You will love the picturesque outdoor space! The deck overlooks the 1.47 acre grassy, level lawn that leads to the Type A dock. The waterfront stretches 175 feet. On-the-water fun will be at your fingertips. Also, this home is situated towards the lake’s quieter southern end. If you love to ski, it is only fifteen to twenty minutes from Wisp Resort.
Deep Creek spring events guide gives you the rundown on what’s happening at the lake. There is something for just about every age and interest this spring. Whether you are a resident or just visiting, you will find fun activities just about every weekend.
My real estate listing tips are a guide to steer you in the direction of a successful sale. Spring is traditionally “listing season”. You want to be sure that you have all of your ducks in a row before hitting the market. Do what you can to make your property stand out from the competition. Lots of factors influence the time it takes to sell, but you can take steps to set yourself up for success.
Real Estate Listing Tips
1. Partner with an experienced agent. I am starting off with this because it really does have a significant impact. With 20+ years of experience with Deep Creek Lake and Garrett County real estate, I act as a resource for my sellers. They can rely on me for honest recommendations, consistent communication, an effective pricing strategy and effective negotiating skills. Don’t just take my word for it. Check out testimonials from my clients. Additionally, I have an extensive network of buyers. Also, I have a variety of property services at my disposal as a Taylor-Made agent. Our team provides housekeeping, lawn care, minor repairs, painting and more.
2. Freshen up your curb appeal. This is one of my top real estate listing tips for my clients. If a buyer doesn’t like the outside, they won’t look any further. Try to see your home through the buyer’s eyes. Of course, big items need to be addressed but look for the little things. Staining your deck, raking leaves, planting flowers can make a difference in your listing photos.
Deep Creek Valentine’s Day events leave you with no excuses! Be sure you treat your sweetheart to something special. There are lots of fun – and delicious – ways to celebrate around the Deep Creek Lake area. I put together some suggestions so that you can make it memorable.
Deep Creek Valentine’s Day Treats
Something sweet is always appreciated on Valentine’s Day! Delight your favorite person with items from local bakeries.
Offering a desirable open floor plan, it has great use of space. Gleaming hardwood floors carry throughout the main level living area. A propane fireplace makes the great room an inviting place to gather. Doors lead to the back deck that runs the full length of the home. The kitchen is a masterpiece with a propane range, granite counters and a center island with a vegetable sink.
There are five bedrooms and four baths. The master bedroom features a large walk in closet, double vanity and tiled shower. Additionally, there is a sauna which is accessible from the outside deck where the hot tub is located.
Deep Creek Axe Throwing Company is the area’s newest indoor activity. It is brought to you by the some folks that run DCL Adventures. Their options for recreation include: Deep Creek Ninja Factory, Splash Island and Monkey Business Adventure Park.
About Axe Throwing
Axe throwing is the latest craze! It is like playing darts….but with axes! Over the past few years, it gained popularity as recreation in Canada. And now, it has spread to the U.S. with axe throwing bars and businesses popping up everywhere. This quick, competitive form of entertainment has really taken off. In more urban areas you can even find axe throwing leagues. When done on a regular basis, it has fitness benefits as well.
Your 2018 real estate market update is a look back at highlights from the past year.
Reflecting on 2018, the Maryland REALTORS® released a recap this week. Garrett County holds very close to these numbers with an average list to sale price ratio of 94% of asking price. Our average sale price for the county was $265,000 and approximately $537,000 for the lake area.
Winter Fest takes place every President’s Day Weekend. Held in downtown Oakland, there are lots of fun activities for everyone. Most importantly, many activities are free! It is a great way to spend time with family and friends as you celebrate the winter season. Oakland is about 15 minutes from Deep Creek, so it is also an easy drive if you are just visiting for the weekend.
Winter Fest Events
Winter Fest kicks off on Saturday, February 17, 2019. The first live ice carving starts at 9AM. Bill Sandusky, a master ice carver, shows off his work with live demos throughout the day. Also, there are pre-carved sculptures placed throughout the downtown area. You can stroll along the streets to check them out. Maps are available so that you can see them all. They are on display both Saturday and Sunday.
Lying just west of Swallow Falls on the Maryland-West Virginia border is a unique ecosystem that offers window into ice ages past. Because of its location on the western edge of the Appalachian Mountains, the Cranesville Swamp is home to plant and animal species uncommon for the mid-Atlantic region.
About the Cranesville Swamp
The swamp is different due to its “frost pocket effect.” The elevation is lower in a frost pocket, causing cooler temperatures and making that patch of ground particularly susceptible to frost. The combination of moisture and cold air create a landscape more reminiscent of habitat found much further north in Canadian boreal forests. Visitors to the park, managed by the The Nature Conservancy (TNC), are able to glimpse a natural anomaly created by this rare mix of altitude, temperature and precipitation.
A Look at the Past
Over 15,000 years ago at the end of the last Ice Age, glaciers
froze much of North America and northern
latitude species were pushed southward. The
area that became Cranesville settled in a mountain valley. The surrounding
hills catch cold air pockets and precipitation, pushing them into the valley. The
valley “frost pocket” is responsible for Cranesville’s designation as
a sub-arctic swamp. The preserve one of the coolest and wettest spots in Maryland, creating an
isolated refuge for species normally found much farther north.
Garrett County weather is somewhat legendary. Located in the Allegheny Mountain range of the Appalachians, Garrett County’s microclimate strongly contrasts with Maryland’s otherwise temperate conditions. Dead on the path of Lake Erie’s snow belt, the area is known for its cold winters and steady snow dumps. As much as 200-plus inches has been recorded on Marsh Mountain. In terms of snow days per year, Garrett County can be one of the snowiest areas east of the Rockies and has been know to surpass much of New England in overall snowfall. Throughout the area’s history, the harsh winter weather has played a major role in the lives of my ancestors and myself.