Last updated: 2/6/2020
Frederick, Maryland
1110 Rosemont Avenue
Frederick, MD 21701
The Beatty-Cramer House is currently unavailable for tours. Please help us in restoring this treasure so we can re-open to the public.

Saving Our History for Frederick County's Future

Frederick County Landmarks Foundation is the proud owner of one of the most architecturally unique, and oldest known, standing buildings in Frederick County, MD. Located in the Mt. Pleasant District of Frederick County, the Beatty-Cramer House site is home to three structures. The primary building is a combination of the c.1748 Beatty portion of the house, the c.1855 Cramer addition, and later renovations. The two outbuildings are an 18th century spring house and a 19th century smoke house.

The Beatty-Cramer House is currently unavailable for tours. Please help us in restoring this treasure so we can re-open to the public.

The circa 1732 The Beatty-Cramer House is one of Maryland’s most unique historic homes – a stunning blend of Dutch and English architecture. Owned by the Frederick County Landmarks Foundation, the building needs a new use and purpose. Preservation Maryland will support a new vision for the site and work with the Foundation to identify a sustainable and long-term reuse plan.


The Beatty-Cramer House is one of the oldest in Frederick County, Maryland. Susannah Beatty, moved to Frederick County in 1732, and her family built a house that is a rare example of Dutch construction and architecture.

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