If you're in the market for a magnificent country estate, then this is the listing for you.

At first glance, this mid-century farm is a rural dream come true. The reality is, it's just 20 minutes from downtown Annapolis and just 35 minutes to D.C.

Tacora Farm is located at 353 Leitch Road in Tracys Landing and is currently listed for $3,350,000 by Compass.

gate, entrance


As soon as you arrive, you feel like you're going back in time to a slower, more gracious way of life. Rolling hills, spectacular views of the Chesapeake Bay are yours to enjoy as you drive up to the main house.


This 7-bedroom home may seem modest on paper, but the crystal chandeliers and endless receiving rooms say otherwise. The main floor is a maze of spaces designed for entertaining. From the formal salon and dining room to the more casual lounge area, your guests won't be left wanting somewhere to relax.

living room

dining room


A gourmet kitchen features custom cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances. Don't you just love a deep farmhouse sink?


Upstairs, luxurious bedroom suites are made cozy by fireplaces and sumptuous adjoining bathrooms.


After dinner, you can usher your guests downstairs for a bit of fun. Watch a movie or whip up some craft cocktails at the bar.


At its core, Tacora Farm remains a 73-acre horse and livestock farm, with all of the stables, barns, and outbuildings that go with it. If you're not sure you want to go in that direction, you could always convert some of the space into a garage, a workshop, or home office space.



Last but not least, what luxury listing is complete without a guest cottage? This one has everything you'll need to welcome your out-of-town visitors in style, including a full kitchen and a quirky loft bedroom.

guest house

living room

With all of this space, you could easily bring in or build any elements you think are missing. This property just needs a new owner with a bit of vision.

aerial view

*Photos courtesy of Compass

For more information or to schedule a tour of the property, see the original listing. See more of our dream house list, here

What would you do to make this Maryland farm your dream home? Would you keep it as it is, or go in another direction entirely? Let us know in the comments.