The 4th Annual Taste of the Town will be held this Sunday, May 1, 2011 from 12:00 - 3:00 PM. The new venue is in Fountain Park in downtown Historic Chestertown. Enjoy sample signature dishes from a wide variety of Chestertown restaurants, as well as local wines and beers. Some of the cooking participants include: Against the Grain, Brooks Tavern, Fish Whistle, Imperial hotel, Inn at Osprey Point, Lemon Leaf Cafe, Lusia’s Cafe, New York Kosher Style Deli, Procolino’s Italian Eatery, Play it Again Sam, and Two Tree Restaurant. Wines will be available from St. Michaels Winery and beers from 16 Mile Brewery. For more information visit Taste of Chestertown
Found 8 blog entries for April 2011.
READY TO BUILD - This Southern-facing property has panoramic, long views of fields and is partially wooded on two sides. The rural setting is just 10-minutes from Historic Chestertown’s waterfront, shops and dining. Offered at: $185,000.
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Completely Renovated in 1998...
The main living area offers panoramic views of the Bay and breathtaking sunsets. The casual, open floor plan is perfect for the beach setting. Large 3-car garage has partially-finished 2nd floor with water views - great for guest suites or office. Located 15-minutes from Chestertown in Tolchester. Offered at: $632,000.
BUILDING LOT- Additional Building Lot is being sold separately
This wonderful home offers large traditional rooms with plenty of windows and sunlight. Walk to Washington College and downtown Chestertown. Wood floors and mouldings add to the character of the house. The entry is graced with a beautiful staircase. It offers a nice setting with large, fenced backyard with mature trees. Offered at $249,000.
SOLD - Downtown Chestertown - 1920’s cottage is set on large lot with mature trees and Garage. Recently renovated kitchen and baths, and upgraded electric. Original wood detail. Located 1-block from Washington College. Being sold ‘as is’. At settlement, Buyer will receive 3% of sale price as closing cost assistance. All inspections are for Buyer’s information only. Offered at: $179,000.00.
It is great to have the new bakery in downtown Chestertown. Against the Grain recently opened its doors in downtown Chestertown. Douglas Rae, Head Baker, specializes in artisan breads and pastries crafted in the European tradition. They are now also open for lunch with sandwiches and soup on the menu. For hours and more information, visit their website Against the Grain Bread Co..
READY TO ENJOY WATERFRONT LIVING? This dynamic home captures waterviews throughout the house. Remodeled in 2002, updates included a new kitchen with cherry cabinets and granite countertops, a new dock and bulkheading. Historic Chestertown's galleries, shops and dining are just 5-minutes away. This is a great home for casual living and entertaining. This is an exclusive listing - Offered at $1,395,000.
The Chestertown Farmers' Market is an important part of welcoming Spring! The Market is famous for its Saturday Market but is also open on Wednesdays. Located in Fountain Park in the middle of Historic Chestertown, you can visit Saturday 8:00 am - 1:00 PM and Wednesday 12:00 PM- 5:00 PM.
It was started about 30 years ago and offers a wide variety of products. Fresh fruits, vegetables and fresh cut flowers are staples, but you can also get organic beef, herbs, plants, soap, cheeses, breads and dog treats, and handmade crafts.
Number One Farmers' Market in Maryland
Kudos...Last year the Chestertown Farmers' Market in Kent County was voted the Numer One Farmers' Market in Maryland in the small market category for 2010. The market finished seventh