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At Carter & Roque Real Estate, you are more than just a number.  We are a 100% local company that strives to deliver results with passion and integrity.  Our philosophy is simple: Provide each client with the same level of service that we would provide members of our own family. This "hometown" mantra and an emphasis on our community has enabled us to offer exemplary service to customers who are seeking something far beyond the quota-driven offerings of our larger competitors.


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11 West Main St.
Frostburg, MD 21532

Office: 301-689-0100

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11 West Main St. 
Frostburg, MD 21532
Phone: 301-689-0100
Email: [email protected]

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Status:
Active
MLS#:
MDAL2002758
Type:
General Commercial
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
0.26 Acres
Year built:
1855
Courtesy: Carter & Roque Real Estate
Last Updated: 5/20/2022 4:56 AM

Own a piece of history with The Hocking House, built in 1855. Unique Architecture is a Must See.. The Hocking House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Hocking House is a 1855 2 1/2 story, three-bay, hip- roofed dwelling which exhibits features characteristic of the transitional Greek Revival-Italianate style. The house is constructed of brick laid in four course American bond. The South facade is symmetrical, with tall paired 4/6 windings flanking the recessed central entrance. The entrance retains its original bracketed entablature supported on flat pilasters. Similar brackets decorate the boxed roof cornice. A shallow cross gable define the central bay. The second floor windows, slightly smaller than those below, are also paired, utilizing 4/4 sash, simple wooden sills, and slightly splayed brick lintels. Windows on in the east and west ends of the building, two per floor, are 6/6 sash withe splayed brick lintels. The Hocking House was built in 1855 on a tract of land known as "The Hotel". The land was part the estate of Robert Clarke, Sr., one of the original settlers of the area that is now Frostburg.