13 September 2000
| 53 ha|
| 2602 Thurston Road, Frederick, Maryland|
Georgian architecture, Federal architecture
Bloomsbury (Frederick, Maryland) Wikipedia
Bloomsbury, also known as the Roger Johnson House, is a sandstone house in southern Frederick County, Maryland. The house was occupied by Roger Johnson, brother of Maryland governor Thomas Johnson, who established Bloomsbury Forge nearby. The property includes the remains of log slave quarters and a rare example of an early log barn.
Bloomsbury was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.