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Folly Quarter Farm in Ellicott City, Maryland is a horse-breeding farm on 54 acres. The rolling hills hold a ten-stall horse barn and five out buildings. The stone manor house was built in 1936 by the owners of Pimlico Race Track. It is over 8000 square feet with six bedrooms and a grand style that includes marble floors, mahogany woodwork and plaster embellished ceilings. A separate guest cottage, pool and tennis court round out the estate. The listing reveals that Folly Quarter Farm was originally part of a 10,000 acre Doughregan Manor Farm owned by Charles Carroll, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. This classic horse property is listed at $17 million.
Gallery: Folly Quarter Farm