"Own a piece of history! The stately Stansbury Mansion overlooks Eden Mill Nature Center, a former grist and sawmill and one of the most significantly historic properties in northern Harford County. Perched on a hill the three-story, federal-style brick mansion was originally constructed in 1801 with clay from the property. Countless architectural features contribute to the charm of this one-of-a-kind home including towering ceilings, deep windows, 4 majestic pillared porches, decorative moldings, heavy wood doors with bubbled transoms, hipped slate roofs, dental molding, and original wood flooring. Rooms throughout the home are connected by a grand mahogany staircase with a wrapping cherry balustrade. Nearly every room accesses one of the sweeping verandas with untouched natural views. Four large fireplaces are the centerpieces for the homes shared living spaces. The sizeable kitchen offers a pantry, once a dumb waiter, and accesses an attached springhouse with stone basins and shelves. The room would make an excellent wine tasting room and cellar. Two large bathrooms were added to the home in 1965. One includes a washer and dryer and ample laundry space. The Stansbury Mansion also features a stone and glass front porch, solid brick outbuilding, formerly a privy and smokehouse; and a detached three car garage. The estate's wooded setting is surrounded by a County park and offers stunning views and access to Deer Creek. A haven of tranquility for wildlife and families, the adjacent park offers a kayak and canoe launch, winding trails, handicapped accessible boardwalk, and endless outdoor recreation opportunities. Please reference the following publication for further information pertaining to the historical significance of the Stansbury Mansion and Eden Mill: https://books.google.com/books/about/Eden_Mill.html?id=pyLWAAAACAAJ"