Beautiful Historic Home in the Heart of Taneytown

Unique opportunity to purchase this 3,324 SF historic home that was once Taneytown’s Old Stone Hotel/Hesson’s Department Store, 1763 and 1921.  It’s located near the corner of MD-194 and MD-140, a central downtown Taneytown location.

This property features 2 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, remodeled kitchen with new appliances, wood-burning stove and more.  Full of potential , this property also has the ability to be mixed-use.

 

Land Details

Location

  • 5 Frederick Street, Taneytown, MD 21787

Legal/Taxes

  • Tax Map 0300, Parcels 2334

Zoning

  • City of Taneytown Zoning – Downtown Business District (DB)

Building Details

Building Size

  • 3,324 SF

Utilities

  • Public water and sewer

Uses

  • Home furnishings and accessories:
  • Furniture
  • Dishes, china, cookware, glassware.
  • Home accessories.
  • Drapes and curtains.
  • Kitchen stores.
  • Bed, bath and linen.
  • Floor coverings.
  • Lamps and lighting.
  • Closet and storage/container stores.
  • Wallpaper/wall coverings and/or removing and hanging of wallpaper.
  • Special interests:
  • Art and craft, hobby stores.
  • Sports goods.
  • Toys and games.
  • Art gallery.
  • Collectibles.
  • Science; nature, wild bird supply sales.
  • Camera sales; photographic and camera supply stores and studios.
  • Bridal shop and/or wedding supplies.
  • Hobby stores.
  • Antique shops.
  • Pottery creations and sales.
  • Builder/remodeling sales showroom.
  • Tack and equestrian shops.
  • Consignment and other shops for the sale of used items of a similar nature as otherwise permitted in this section.
  • Gifts/specialty.
  • Books.
  • Newspapers and magazines.
  • Decorative accessories.
  • Christmas decorations.
  • Baby supply.
  • Candles and/or aromatherapy.
  • Luggage and leather goods.
  • Stationery.
  • Imports.
  • Florist.
  • Jewelry.
  • Medical health and wellness supply.
  • Office supply.
  • Candy stores.
  • Delicatessens and carry-out foods.
  • Bakery.
  • Coffee and/or tea.
  • Health foods and food supplements.
  • Grocery.
  • Seafood sales establishments.
  • Butcher shops.
  • Yogurt, ice cream and/or dessert parlors.
  • Health foods and food supplements.
  • Restaurants with/without liquor.
  • Pubs/bars that also serve food and provide entertainment.
  • Fast food with no parking or drive-through windows.
  • Music/record/tape/cd/DVD shops.
  • Video rental shops.
  • Musical instrument dealers.
  • Piano and organ repair, sales and/or moving.
  • Clothing stores.
  • Shoe stores.
  • Hats.
  • Children and infants wear.
  • Hair and beauty establishments.
  • Shoe repair.
  • Tailor
  • Mailing packaging.
  • Weight loss center.
  • Dry-cleaning, self service and/or laundry self service.
  • Tax preparation.
  • Bicycle repair and sales shops.
  • Locksmith shops.
  • Medical/dental/chiropractic offices.
  • Government/professional/general offices.
  • Secretarial and/or telephone answering services.
  • Custom printing and reproduction shops.
  • Pet grooming establishments, non-boarding.
  • Funeral homes and mortuaries.
  • Physical fitness facilities.
  • Public buildings, structures and properties of the recreational, cultural, institutional, educational, administrative or public service type, including fire, ambulance or rescue squad.
  • Radio and television studios.
  • Electronic sales and service shops.
  • Schools: nursery schools, business, dancing, music, art, trade or others of a commercial nature.
  • Sign-painting shops.
  • Social clubs, fraternal organizations and community meeting halls.
  • Tailor shops.
  • Theaters and private assembly halls.
  • Telephone central offices or service centers.
  • Upholstery shops.
  • Customary accessory uses and buildings incidental to any of the above permitted uses.
  • Hardware stores.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Computer supplies and parts.
  • Computer training.
  • Website creations.
  • Single-family detached dwellings.
  • The following uses are permitted as a special exception upon approval by the Board of Appeals as outlined in Article XI of this chapter.
  • Conversion of a single-family detached dwelling into an apartment.
  • Apartments.
  • Child-care and adult-care centers.
  • Banks and savings and loans with drive-through windows.
  • Churches, synagogues, and other places of worship.
  • Alcoholic beverage package stores.
  • Video/arcade or amusement centers.
  • Appliance stores.
  • Carpenter shops.
  • Department stores.
  • Microbreweries and pub-breweries licensed under Article 2B of the Annotated Code of Maryland.
  • Newspaper publishing establishments.
  • Pet shops.
  • Public utility buildings, structures or uses, including radio, television and other communications facilities.
  • Bed-and-breakfast inns.
  • Hand-carved furniture fabrication and/or repair and restoration.
  • Blood bank centers and testing.
  • Appliances, major dealers and service repair.
  • Veterinarian, non-boarding.
  • Lot and yard requirements.
  • No minimum lot area, lot width or lot depth is required.
  • No minimum lot coverage is required.
  • No minimum front yard is required.
  • A side yard is not required except when adjacent to a residential district, in which case eight feet are required.
  • A rear yard is not required except when adjacent to a residential district, in which case 25 feet are required.
  • The maximum height of a building shall be 35 feet.
  • Outdoor displays of merchandise shall be limited to the linear frontage of the storefront and not more than four feet from the wall of the building. Displays shall not narrow a public sidewalk to less than six feet of clear width. Outdoor displays of edible merchandise arc prohibited.
  • Outdoor displays of edible merchandise are prohibited after store hours.
  • Parking and loading requirements. Parking and loading requirements shall be subject to Article VI of this chapter. No drive-through access to any establishment allowing service directly to anyone in a vehicle shall be permitted.
  • Signs. All signs shall be subject to Article VII of this chapter.
  • Banks, ATM, and savings and loans with no drive-through service.
  • Brokerages.
  • Mortgage services.
  • Real estate agencies.
  • Consultants.
  • Employment agencies.
  • Employment training services.
  • Computer dealers and/or service repair.
  • Computer graphics.
  • And more.

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