Own a part of Gaithersburg history. Built in 1879, this Historic Victorian was owned originally by the Meem family. George Meem was the first mayor of Gaithersburg. Download the document “Martha Meem’s 200 Acres” to gain more insight into the historic significance of this property to the City of Gaithersburg. Over the years this home has been nicely updated with many new and newer interior and exterior features including a large addition on the left side of the original structure, the kitchen, HVAC, roofing, gutters, the entire exterior trim and siding. The home is freshly painted with new carpet in the main floor primary suite that features a full bathroom and a back patio door. The upper level has 4 large rooms and 1 full bath in the hallway. The photos have been virtually staged. What you may enjoy the most is sitting on the back porch and enjoying the view before you walk over to the Montgomery County Fairgrounds. Get in on one of the many craft shows or head to the County Fair and snack on some cotton candy, enjoy the rides and watch a demolition derby. This home is great for quick access to 270, 200 and not far from the Shady Grove metro station. There is one unmarked driveway entrance on Chestnut Street in front of the house. The driveway to the left of the house is a shared driveway and there is an easement for its use by this home. There are several parking spaces in front of the detached garage. It’s time for you to make your own story in this Historic renovated home.