The Annington derives its name from an attractive brick house on a large estate near White’s Ferry, Maryland. The home is adjacent to the scene of early Civil War activity. The owner of the Annington hosted Col. Edward Baker, a Union military leader, and close friend of President Lincoln. The rich countryside surrounding the Annington typifies the distinguished, appearance of a mid-seventeenth Century estate.
The Kettler Annington is a four bedroom traditional rambler, with a magnificent beamed and vaulted ceiling in the living room. Featuring 2 full baths, a modern kitchen off the formal dining room and a spacious family room with a fireplace, this home combines the convenience of uni-level living with large, flowing spatial design. An impressive entrance gallery serves as the central passage between the living areas and the bedrooms. A connected 2-car garage provides all-weather access to the home through the family room. An additional fireplace in the living room is available.
The Annington II includes all features of the Annington 1, plus allows access to the rear yard through the daylight basement. A finished recreation room and powder room on the lower level, plus a living room fireplace and open air, wooden rear deck are available.