About the Reindollar Carriage House

The Reindollar Carriage House was built in 1896 along with the home at 9 York Street in Taneytown, MD, now referred to as the Edward Reindollar House. Reindollar was a local lawyer and businessman who was instrumental in the town's growth during the late 19th and early 20th century.

The house was designed by Pennsylvania architect John Augustus Dempwolf and built by local builder Daniel Fair. The house was designed in the Grand Old Colonial Revival Victorian style with unique features such as a terra cotta plaque on the 2nd story, Palladian windows on the 3rd story, and expansive stained glass windows. In the late 1990s, a descendant of Reindollar's, Alice Unger, was able to purchase the home. She completed extensive restorations and did so with care to preserve as much of the original history as possible. The carriage house was also updated at that time to become a retail space, first as a flower shop and then as a boutique.

Current owners, Stefani and Mark Stephenson, are proud to be stewards of this history. They are continuing the work to preserve the historic integrity of the property, while also providing updated ammenities like state of the art HVAC and WiFi.

Today, the Reindollar Carriage House is an casual-chic event space that is host to local makers markets, creative workshops, business meetings, and a variety of celebrations.