By Gene Allen, Realty Consultant for Cary Real Estate
OLD-FASHIONED HOUSE IS TUCKED AWAY IN MODERN NEIGHBORHOOD You might not ever stumble across Kenstock, an 1880s farmhouse, tucked away in a neighborhood of modern two-story and ranch houses off Old Great Neck Road. Kenstock's long driveway is more or less unidentifiable, even with columns at the head, because it is wedged between the driveway of one home and the property line of another home next door. Ancient huge trees tower over the house itself, concealing it from nearby streets. Yet if you look closely, you'll see a sturdy old-fashioned shingled farm house, a remnant of old Princess Anne County's agricultural past. Kenstock was the mistress of a farm that once thrived along the shores of Wolfsnare Creek and now is the hidden centerpiece of its namesake, a neighborhood known as Kenst...