“Olde Bloomfield” plantation, located at 2905 Good Luck Lane in Annapolis, is situated on a 3+ acre bluff overlooking the South River. The property was once part of a late 17th century land grant known as “Brampton.” Historians believe that prominent Annapolitan Allen Quynn, who purchased Brampton in 1791, built the home around the turn of the century. The Federal style architecture is usually seen in a five-bay structure; Olde Bloomfield was built with seven bays; the materials and scale of construction were beyond the means of most people in the area at that time. Some of the exterior detailing includes bricks laid in the Flemish bond style, stone lintels decorated with a key-block, and dentil molding. The current owners built an appropriately-scaled addition, designed by noted architect Cathy Cherry, that updated the home with a family room, two bedroom suites, and a 3-car garage. The older part of the home included a formal living room, dining room, sunroom, kitchen and three bedrooms/four bathrooms. With the addition, some space was re-configured to create an upstairs laundry room, additional walk-in closet, powder room & dedicated dog shower. The lower level has an exercise room, 2nd laundry room, and lots of storage. Down the sloping lawn is a 25 x 55 ft pool, with plenty of decking and a new outdoor kitchen for optimal entertaining. There’s also a pool house with changing rooms. Stroll down to the private pier on the South River and you’ll be standing where Mr. Guynn ran a ferry to the other side of the river more than 200 years ago! Olde Bloomfield has been lovingly remodeled to maintain the best features of the original home (brickwork, 5 fireplaces, etc), while creating a livable home for the 21st century (public water & sewer; whole house generator). This is a true estate setting, yet it is an easy drive to Annapolis and to commute routes or a quick boat ride to the Chesapeake Bay. Save Time and Money, Call the Waterfront Buyer Experts; 410-266-6880!