Home For Sale in Boonsboro Md
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Local lore asserts Boonsboro was founded by George Boone and William Boone, cousins of Daniel Boone, also Joseph Basford, and was originally named “Margaretsville” after his wife. The town was incorporated as Boonesborough in 1831. Local newspapers and villagers preferred the name Boonsboro. The former name was used on some documents as late as 1903.
Boonsboro was a key town during the Civil War. Two battles were fought in its present borders. The town was also used to keep wounded soldiers after the Battle of Antietam in September 1862.
Boonsboro lies on what used to be the National Road. Today it is known as either the Old National Pike or Alt-U.S. 40. In Boonsboro it is Main Street.
The town suffered a fire at the former Asaro’s (its successor Vesta moved to the building across) in 2007, and a fire at the former inn in 2008. That fire completely gutted the inn, which was on the verge of being renovated and reopened. It finally opened a year later.