EASTON REAL ESTATE
The historic town of Easton dates back to 1710. The county town, first known as Talbot Courthouse and later as Easton, was known as the "East Capital" of Maryland because the Eastern Shore's courts and governmental offices were located there. Easton residents enjoy crabbing, canoeing, sailing and kayaking in the the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. The town hosts regular events such as “First Friday” of each month when one can enjoy the evening visits to Easton Town Center’s galleries, shops and restaurants. Waterways in the area include the Chesapeake Bay, Choptank River, Tred Avon River and Wye River. More Easton Info
Easton Homes for Sale
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25511 Bruffs Island Rd, Easton, MD - $9,945,000
6010 Shipyard Ln, Easton, MD - $6,900,000
26992 Presquile Rd, Easton, MD - $5,900,000
6561 Hopkins Neck Rd, Easton, MD - $5,499,000
26546 Presquile Dr, Easton, MD - $3,875,000
8620et Al. Doncaster Rd, Easton, MD - $3,500,000
27448 Ashby Dr, Easton, MD - $3,300,000
211 Harrison St S, Easton, MD - $2,850,000
27485 Baileys Neck Rd, Easton, MD - $2,850,000
25969 Marengo Rd, Easton, MD - $2,795,000
27779 Waverly Rd, Easton, MD - $2,675,000
0 Doncaster Rd, Easton, MD - $2,600,000
27214 Baileys Neck Rd, Easton, MD - $2,595,000
202 Dover St, Easton, MD - $2,499,000
26689 North Point Rd, Easton, MD - $2,245,000
7288 Waverly Island Rd, Easton, MD - $2,200,000
100 Beech Place, Easton, MD - $2,200,000
26333 Presquile Dr S, Easton, MD - $2,150,000
Easton Airport is located 2-miles north of town. It is a general aviation airport and provides access for corporate plots, local businesses and aviation enthusiasts. It’s history dates back to World War II when it was constructed for use by the military. Easton experienced its first building activity following the War of 1812. Steamboats started plying the waters of Tred Avon River around 1816 and utilized Easton Point until their demise in 1932.
A walking tour of Easton is offered by the The Historical Society of Talbot County.
The historic Avalon Theatre is non-profit performing arts center with diverse programs, plays, musical concerts, seminars, films and community events. Restored in the 1980‘s, the art deco theater, dates back to 1921 when it served as a movie/vaudeville house.
Visit public buildings dating back to 1711 and houses of architectural significance dating to the late 18th century. The tour reveals historic places of worship, old taverns and a mill. The site on which the Tidewater Inn stands today has been home to an inn for over 200 years.
For more information about the area, or assistance with any real estate properties,
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Thank you - Richard.
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Listing information last updated on November 12th, 2018 at 8:31pm EST.