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There’s some history in these 4 Maryland commercial properties

Each week in Real Estate Insider we highlight some of the most interesting commercial properties on the market in Maryland.

Here’s a look at some of the properties that we’ve recently found with historical significance.

 

The Kneisley Building.

The Kneisley Building.

The Kneisley Building

152 W. Washington St., Hagerstown

Built: 1810

This structure is one of the oldest buildings in downtown Hagerstown and is on the National Registry of Historic Places. Before being split into multiple office the building was used as a doctor’s office when the current owners father purchased the property in 1946.

 

23 S. Main St., Port Deposit.

23 S. Main St., Port Deposit.

23 S. Main St., Port Deposit

Built: 1856

This unique building has been used for retail purposes. But the Victorian-era granite building can provide space for 10 offices, conference rooms and views of the Susquehanna River. It also provides access to Interstate 95 in between Philadelphia and Baltimore.

 

Hooper Mansion.

Hooper Mansion.

 

Hooper Mansion

100 E. 23rd St., Baltimore

Built: 1886

This building was originally a single-family home on the original Goucher College campus. It has since been converted into primarily office space and tenants include a record company, attorney and photographer.

 

7171 Light St.

7171 Light St.

717 Light St., Baltimore

Built: 1900

This unique property offers great views of the Inner Habor from the door step of the Federal Hill neighborhood. But this building dates back to the turn-of-the-last-century and may have been previously used as a funeral home.