Making History in Historic Reisterstown

By preserving history at the gateway to Historic Reisterstown, The Offices at Ebaugh House have made history ... and the news:
Law firm takes on historic Main Street restoration
Law firm takes on historic Main Street restoration
Who is that guy with the brief case and the gavel spinning around and pointing up and down Main Street? Well, the newcomer to Reisterstown's historic district is also an old-timer - Zachariah Ebaugh - who built a home in 1891 at 465 Main Street.



Maryland law practice preserves a piece of history
Maryland law practice preserves a piece of history
Kramer & Connolly’s new office is about one mile and a hundred years away from its old home. The law firm moved in the fall from a modern office building in Owings Mills to Ebaugh House on the edge of Reisterstown’s historic Main Street.
19th Century House Evokes Reisterstown's Heritage
Vintage View
Irwin Kramer's restored 19th Century house evokes Reisterstown's heritage.
Maryland law practice preserves a piece of history
Reisterstown's Largest "Law Farm"
Behind The Offices at Ebaugh House lies what one firm claims to be "the largest law garden in the U.S.".
The old Ebaugh House, dressed up to greet the 21st century
The Offices at Ebaugh House, 1891
As you drive north on Main Street, notice the sweet yellow house with green window trim on the right just at the entrance to historic Reisterstown. It is the old Ebaugh House, all dressed up to greet the 21st century.