Do you know your Main Street Reisterstown history? Tell us what this building is now.
Need some clues?
This chestnut and oak log cabin was built shortly after 1798 as a saddlery and harness shop. It was eventually turned into a house and in 1986 the house was remodeled and became a local business. The core of the surviving structure remains.
It is one of the earliest homes constructed in Reisterstown that is still standing.
If you have a guess or know, tell us in comments.
The photo and information is courtesy of the Reisterstown Room, located in the Reisterstown branch of the Baltimore County Public Library.