Ten-bedroom Colonial Revival main house.
Langdon Farm is an example of the early twentieth-century Talbot County trend toward the establishment of “gentleman farms.” The main house is a two-story high-style Colonial Revival brick masonry residence. The original structure was built in 1783 and extended around 1929-1930. There are 10 bedrooms accommodating up to 12 people.
Imagine yourself and up to 11 companions spending five nights at this beautiful, historic property! You’ll find restaurants and shopping in nearby St. Michaels. There are wineries, distilleries, museums, fishing charters, and more within an easy drive – but – while you’re on property, you’ll think you’ve traveled to another time.
To see more information about the property, visit its VRBO site at https://www.vrbo.com/2343115?unitId=2909477
Bring your Boat
The property includes a dock where you can dock your boat or simply dock yourself while you enjoy the beautiful view!
Enjoy the Great Outdoors
Included on the 150-acre estate are several outbuildings and this cozy porch where you can enjoy a quiet meal or beverage of your choice.
Property Rules and Restrictions:
- Must be used by 12/31/2022
- Blackout dates are June through September and major holidays
- No parties, weddings, or events of any kind can be held at the property. This includes any activity that would result in traffic (aside from the renters) or require permits. In addition, no tents or other temporary structures or modifications to the property are allowed.
- Occupancy is limited to 12 people
- No pets allowed
- Permit: ST-737-LAN 2020
- The winner will be drawn on Sunday, Feb 13 @ 5:00 PM ET (the day before Valentine’s Day)
- The winner will be put into contact with the property owner to negotiate the dates of your stay
- You do not need to be present for the drawing
- The winner will be notified by email
- You can purchase as many raffle tickets as you like
- There are no residency restrictions for this raffle. You just need to be able to get to the property to enjoy your stay
- Proceeds from this raffle will go towards our Get AFH Back on the Road Fund (which will be used to purchase a new transport van to enable us to save more dogs!)
- Raffle ticket prices are as follows:
- A single ticket is $10.00
- Five tickets are $40.00
You can purchase your raffle tickets here
Dear AFH…. I am a big fan of your organization, and have adopted a couple dogs from you over the years…. Emily….cared for Ovie ….until he became ill with an aggressive form of bone cancer. We had to send him over the rainbow bridge on Dec. 23. My Vet was unable to come to him when the time came, so we called Peaceful Passage, who sent a wonderful vet to us and helped Ovie pass at home. He was 14 years old, and was a wonderful protector/pet/soother to Emily for all of those years. Ovie was dog aggressive, but got along with his pal Holtby (seeing a name pattern here?), and didn’t get along with a lot of people, but those of us he loved, he loved fiercely. He was a wonderful dog, and I am glad my daughter had him and his loyalty for so long. I am sure that when she is ready to look for a pal for Holtby ( a stray found along the side of I270), she will come to you guys first. Thank you for all that you do.
A Forever Home depends on cargo vans to safely transport our precious cargo and we are in desperate need of a new one. Now that our current vans are old, 2003, 2005, and 2008, they are no longer safe and reliable. Our holiday fundraising this year is focused on raising $50,000 to purchase a new van! We outfit all of our vans with rear unit air conditioning to keep our dogs safe and comfortable during their freedom rides. An anonymous donor has already pledged $10,000 towards our new van, and we are hopeful that you, our friends, will donate the rest. So far, we’ve raised $31,555 of our target of $50,000. We’re 63% of the way to our target. Can you help us reach our goal?
Please Click here to donate or mail a check (note that it is for a new van) to AFH, PO Box 222801, Chantilly, VA 20153.
If you are a car dealer who can offer us a good deal on a cargo van, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your ongoing support!
It’s with the deepest pain imaginable that I notify you of the passing of my only son, best friend and companion. There are no words to express my sadness and desolation, I miss him every second 24/7. I adopted Nugget from AFH March 8, 2010. He was the Alfa of the twelve puppies named after the California Gold Rush litter fostered by Marilyn Christensen.
Thanks again for allowing me to take care of wonderful Nugget!!! 😭
The winner of our Xbox one raffle is Farahnaz Perkins!
Thank you so much to everyone who participated in the raffle. We brought in $5,665.00 which is very much needed for the rescue. We are truly grateful for so much support for our mission of Finding Forever Homes!
We hope everyone has a great holiday season no matter what holiday you celebrate and a wonderful New Year!
We adopted Caroline (kept her original name) from AFH in February 2012 when she was 10 weeks old. Our daughter Tara (7 at that time) picked her out of the litter and just fell in love. Caroline quickly had us all wrapped around her paw and quickly became the ruler of the house. Shortly after we adopted her our daughter became ill, for which we later found out she had brain cancer. Caroline knew that Tara needed her and would be right there with her when she wasn’t feeling well. She let Tara use her as her pillow and stayed by her side throughout it all. We later added another dog to our family and Caroline quickly took over the mother role and showed Annie the ropes on how to do things. Shortly before Caroline turned 10 (11/20/2011) her back hips gave out and she was no longer able to move on her own. So with heavy hearts we had to let her cross the rainbow bridge on 11/22/2021. We miss her so very much but know she is no longer in pain. Thank you to AFH for bringing Caroline into our family.
We were reading one of your newsletters this morning. We thought it would be nice to provide an update on Blake (formerly Gatsby). We adopted Blake from A Forever Home in June 2011. In March 2022, he will be 11 years old. He has been an amazing dog and companion for the past decade. About two weeks after adopting Blake, we adopted another dog, Clay. My friend from high school found him running on the interstate. They have grown up together and remain the best of friends. In 2014, we adopted Dixon and he completed the trio. Unfortunately, Dixon had to be put down in May 2021 due to non treatable health issues. Blake and Clay have adapted well and continue to live very active and social lifestyles. I am including a link of pictures of Blake. We confirmed via DNA he is a mix of Great Pyrenees, GSD and Boxer. He is the most kind and gentle dog we have ever shared our lives. I am attaching the picture of Blake the day we saw him at the adoption event in Springfield, VA. We now reside in Blacksburg, VA where Blake and Clay enjoy visiting Virginia Tech daily.
Pictures of Blake: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AqbAejZiDUfx9E8RoPgLbel_1i1e