Located on almost one acre, 92 Ryans Lane is perfect for the first time home buyer. The three bedroom, 2 bathroom home has been an established rental for someone who is considering entering into the landlord business and was producing $800 a month.
This one story home is located on a private lane off of Maryland Highway/Route 135. There is a detached one-car garage to protect your vehicle from the elements of Garrett County weather. A firepit and a large yard make for excellent outdoor family gatherings.
Open kitchen, dining room and living room provide for easy everyday living. A large living room presents plenty of space for entertaining guests and making and sharing special memories.
4076 Blooming Rose Road-Gorgeous Mountain Views. Gorgeous mountain views surround this log home at 4076 Blooming Rose Road. This immaculate home has special finishing touches such as a Waterford woodstove and a stained glass living room light fixture. Beautiful wood is used throughout the house-pine logs, birch floors, oak staircase, pine ceilings, and a hickory fireplace.
The open floor plan on the main level includes the kitchen, dining room, and living room which provide a welcome feeling when you walk in the front door. You are encompassed by the homey sensation of the wood and natural light and feel immediately right at home.
Three bedrooms and three bathrooms make this home a comfortable living space for a family or allows for out-of-town guests. The master bathroom has an old fashioned claw foot tub to help soak the stresses of the day away.
The front covered porch is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the view surrounding the home on all sides.
A 24’x48’ barn is included with this property that allows for plenty of storage space close at hand.
892 Marsh Hill RoadMcHenry Maryland. As unique on the outside as welcoming on the inside, 892 Marsh Hill Road offers its occupants all the creature comforts of home and adds the benefits of a beautiful lake view from many of its rooms. From the minute you walk in the door to this home it is warm and inviting.
The red cabinetry in the kitchen add character and charm to open floor space combined with the dining room, which allows room for many guests to enjoy the glory of Deep Creek Lake while also enjoying each others company. Together with the living room, the three rooms provide a great flow and space for entertaining.
Four bedrooms, two of which have their own bathrooms attached, accommodate larger families nicely ensuring everyone has their own space. However, the cozy living room provides an inviting space for everyone to come together around the stone fireplace and share their stories of the day.
Deep Creek Lake, Maryland. Just a hair west of the Eastern Continental Divide on a large Plateau called Tablelands, and just a bit East of Morgantown, West Virginia home of the Mountaineers, you will find the up and coming resort town of Deep Creek Lake. Maryland. The mighty Youghiogheny River carves through the panhandle of Maryland’s Garrett County mountains as it flows north through Pennsylvania and finally merges with the famous three rivers in the steel town of Pittsburgh then funnels to the Mississippi River and eventually drains into The Gulf of Mexico. Deep Creek Lake was a very popular get away for the rich and well-to-do folks who were trying to escape the brutal humid heat that dominated the East Coast at the turn of the century. Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone and Thomas Edison often camped at Maryland’s highest waterfall, Muddy Creek falls which is only minutes from the northern end of the lake. Deep Creek Lake was in fact created when the DCL Dam was constructed in 1928, which gave this tranquil mountain environment another valuable asset and catapulted the area into becoming Maryland’s diamond in the rough. The lake slowly evolved to support lake recreational activities such as boating, sailing, fishing, swimming, and waterskiing and whose main stream popularity gained momentum through the decades to become the centerpiece for tourism in the state of Maryland. In 1955, Mr. Ace Heise turned the cow pastures of Marsh Mountain into a make shift ski area that slowly evolved into one of the premier ski resorts on the east coast, Wisp Resort. The power trio of Wisp Resort, Deep Creek Lake, and the Youghiogheny River stand as the nucleus to the county thriving abundantly with recreational activities year round. Activities include; hiking, river and lake fishing, camping, snowshoeing, boating, sailing, wakeboarding, slalom skiing, ATV riding, snowmobiling, kayaking, snow skiing, snowboarding, zip lining, dune buggy trails, ice skating, a roller coaster, and jet skiing to name a few. With the popularity of the lake came more and more events to entertain locals and tourist alike. Events like: The Autumn Glory Festival & Parade, The Deep Creek Dunk, The Cardboard Box Derby, Deep Creek Lake Art and Wine Festival, K-9 Tunes and Brews, Winter Fest, Aquapooloza and many more throughout the season. Take a little time before your next visit to DCL and dig up some facts and history in the archives of the internet so your appreciation for this special town can be fully understood.
So this is it, the last weekend of skiing at Wisp Resort in Deep Creek Lake, Maryland. March’s warm temperatures have encouraged us to put away the skiis, sleds, snowshovels and boots but there’s a pretty cool opportunity presenting itself this weekend with the help of the awesome weather brought by Mother Nature and Wisp Resort’s promise to keep us skiing until Easter.
Imagine this…taking runs on the ski slopes in 80 degree temperatures, then suiting up in your spring wetsuit to take the first passes of the season on DCL with your wakeboard or waterskiis. All in the same day, that is. I’m sold! A very cool proposition we’ve been given by some local thrill seekers. That’s where you’ll find me tomorrow. Slopes at 11:00 and lake at 12:00.. Happy Easter!
Have an appetite for Sushi? If you do, then make plans to be at DC’s Restaurant at Wisp Resort on any Wednesday for Sushi Night and get ready for a mouth watering seafood treat. You’d never think of putting together a first class Sushi dinner with Maryland’s most successful ski resort, but it has quickly become a seafood match made with a winter wonderland heaven.
Try my favorite, the Tiger Eyes Roll with calamari, spicy tuna, carrot, and cucumber to start off with. I like to add sesame seeds and tobiko with seaweed wrapped around the outside. This marriage of ingredients makes for the best flavors to have ever touched my taste buds. I always order my sushi with seaweed on the outside and DC’s doesn’t mind a special request from their patrons. The menu is extensive with many superb rolls like the Godzilla Roll, the Salmon Roll, the Spicy Tuna Roll and many more of my favorites. Start off with an Asian Salad with ginger dressing, or enjoy Edamames and Seaweed Salad. Whatever you choose will be a winner, guaranteed.
DC’s has three seasoned sushi chefs that have made Sushi Night the go-to place to enjoy a culinary art form that was referenced in Japanese history as early as 718. Order from the bar, or go inside DC’s and enjoy a calming atmosphere and a cozy table down by a warm fireplace. Manager Vicki Buckel has worked for years overseeing and training her accommodating staff to make sure every detail of your dining experience is a memorable one. Make sure the next Wednesday you are at Deep Creek Lake you get over to DC’s to enjoy a good atmosphere, meet some new friends, and enjoy some great food.