Poolside offers outdoor gas grill, chimnea, pool toys
Outside porch and deck dining
Large parking area
The property lies on 20 acres bordering U.S. 522 (on the east side) and over the cliffs to the CSX railroad line (on the north and west sides) to the Potomac River Bridge. The border line to the south runs through the woods to the entrance of the driveway at the electric gate.
The old Route 38 is located on the property. It is the concrete road, but was originally the road that was traveled during the Civil War. In 1862, Stonewall Jackson shelled Hancock, MD from the bluffs around this area. He used Route 38 to move his troops. There is a plaque at the Hancock Presbyterian Church commemorating this event.
There are walking trails and another scenic view in the woods between the old turnpike and U.S. 522.
NO WHEELCHAIR ACCESS NO ELDERLY ACCESS NO PETS ALLOWED NO SMOKING ALLOWED