Nestled in picturesque southern Maryland, among rolling hills and well-established vineyards, 15000 Candy Hill Road provides historic charm with modern conveniences. Built in c. 1913 as one of the original structures in the village of Naylor, this home once served the community as The Naylor House and Store and housed the post office and local polling station. Thoughtful renovations retained many of its original characteristics, and the home now conveys a modern farmhouse impression. The front entrance opens into an open floor plan with pleasant natural light throughout the space, including the kitchen with vaulted ceilings, cozy living room, and additional flex space. The main floor also includes a den which has opportunity as a morning room or reading nook, a powder room, and laundry room. With access to three covered porches and one deck, the home offers easy enjoyment of its outdoor space. Abundant daylight fills the stunning primary suite on the second floor which overlooks serene views of the countryside, and includes a generous primary closet with custom shelving, and primary bathroom with marble floors and clawfoot tub. Both guest bedrooms provide walk-in closets, views of the rolling scenery, and quick access to the hallway full bathroom. Upstairs the open loft conveys a variety of uses as a dedicated or shared space and is a welcoming area with windows on three sides. A detached, oversized two-car garage with full electric is a multifunctional space for workbenches, equipment and machinery, a home gym, and more. The cleared three-acre lot features extensive landscaping including crepe myrtle, holly, willow, magnolia, and red bud trees, and a hedgerow of green giants affords privacy to the home. A full acre of the property is fenced, securing two chicken coops with chicken run and gardening shed. The property is offered with an adjoining parcel of five natural acres zoned for agricultural use, and includes shared use of a large pond.