This home on 38 E. Second St. was built in 1861. Today, the three-story home is the perfect mix of historic charm and 21st century luxuries. In the heart of downtown Frederick and constructed in 1861 by Dr. George Johnson, the three-level house at 38 E. Second St. is last week’s top house. Listed at $1.295 million, it closed at $1.195 million. This exquisite home is a perfect mix of historic charm and modern luxury, with six bedrooms, four and a half baths, four fireplaces, two living rooms and a detached four-car garage with a fallout shelter. Historic features throughout include the white 1800s Italian marble front porch, rich moldings and a living room that features a mural painted by the late Frederick artist Virginia McLaughlin. Modern elements include updated bathrooms and a completed remodeled gourmet kitchen featuring a Viking six-burner stove and Sub-zero refrigerator. The private fenced rear lot features a fish pond, patio and brick walkway to the garage. The second and third floors have side balconies overlooking the back yard.
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