|Scott and Jennifer Silbert moved to Sharpsburg from the Washington DC suburbs in 1995 and into a lovely Victorian farmhouse on Main Street. They are honored to be the caretakers of the longtime “Leatherman Home,” where Marjorie and Leo Leatherman had lived since the 1930’s. In 2006, the Silbert’s longtime friend and neighbor, Max “Buddy” Haynes, passed away. Scott and Jennifer purchased the charming property. With the most talented contractors around, they have worked to uncover the bones of what is now known as the Mary Hill House, learning firsthand of the extraordinary rewards of historic preservation. They both enjoy meeting people and entertaining guests -- a perfect fit for a future with the Mary Hill House at Antietam.|
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has been hands-on with the Mary Hill House since it opened in 2008,
designing and restoring the interior to personally greet each
guest on their arrival. Her passion is finding new ways to make the most of
their stay. She enjoys receiving feedback from each guest to find out
how she can improve on their comfort and enjoyment.
Scott is a well
known jazz saxophonist who is nearing retirement from a military
career with the U.S. Navy Band in Washington DC. He lives and
breathes jazz music, especially swing Big Band. He is also a self-taught jazz historian who has lectured regularly at numerous jazz
conferences and symposiums around the country.
The Mary Hill
House at Antietam (circa 1780) | 211 East Main Street | Sharpsburg,
MD 21782 | 301-432-7984
Copyright 2008-12 | All rights reserved | Professional Photographs Courtesy of Kelly Hahn Photography
Floral Design Courtesy of Denny Warrenfeltz of Roostervane Gardens