Welcome to the Antietam Creek Toll House! At the confluence of the East and West Branches, on the bank of the Antietam Creek, on a half acre of land, at the end of a dead end road, sets this tiny historic brick cottage that is over 170 years old. Its history is as a gatekeepers house for the old toll bridge that was burnt by General Lee's army on their retreat from Gettysburg. A fisherman's paradise and an artists dream, its just a great place to relax and unwind.
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