A Rare Opportunity To Own A Unique Piece Of History. The 'Cockran House' Is A One-Of-A-Kind Beautiful Stone Home Located In Historic Lutherville. The Md Historical Trust Notes This Property "... Is Surely One Of The Most Significant In Lutherville". The Fine Ashlar Stone-Work, Multiple Gables, Decorative Verge Boards, 3 Porches, Etc. Sitting On 3/4+ Ac Is A Must See. Original charm inducing original wood doors and hardware, crown glass, and decorative verge board and moldings. Handsome heavy turned balusters & newel posts on the main staircase. Complete renovation in 2012 and new roof and 6" gutters along with new brick entrance in 2023. The house was built by Francis S. Cochran who according to the friends intelligencer was involved in the Underground Railroad and was "an eminent and
good man, and later on in his life Maryland's greatest abolitionist, the friend and advisor, not only of the poor slave, but also to President Lincoln." It was documented that Lincoln had stayed a night at the house when coming through Baltimore.
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