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Found 10 entries for April, 2012.

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Architectural design features and wooded setting create an inviting ambience...Natural light filters through soaring windows, accenting the interior detail and warm colors. Open design captures views of the woods with a stream. Recently built in 2004, it offers modern features including: Radiant floor heat, tankless water heater, gas fireplace, and HardiPlank siding. Just a walk away from Chestertown’s Fountain Park, Waterfront, and Washington College. Offered at $429,000.

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SELLER WILL CONSIDER TURN-KEY SALE WITH PURCHASE OF FURNISHINGS

RECENTLY REDUCED - Graciously-aplittle_harbor_maiin_photo_deck_640pointed condo is an “End Unit” offering extended privacy and panoramic views of the Chester River throughout the home.  Features include custom cabinetry, wide plank flooring, and 10' ceilings.  

An elevator allows easy access to all rooms.  The 3,400 s.f. maintenance free home offers professional interior design features including custom window treatments. The wrap-around porch is the perfect sitting area to enjoy the indigenous flora and wildlife.  Located just 1/2-mile from Historic Chestertown’s shops, dining, galleries and Garfield Center for the Arts.  Offered at $1,250,000   More Photos and Info

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The WineFest at St. Michaels will be held April 28 and 29th, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM.  The Eastern Shore event benefits local charities and offers wine tastings at many interesting venues all thoughout the town of St Michaels.  Saturday tickets are only available online.  Here is a link for more pricing and ticket information WINEFEST

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mcginnes_main_ext_640mcginnes_screened_porch-2_640Custom built home is well-maintained.... Nice setting on a wooded, corner 1+Acre lot.  The home’s quality craftsmanship is evident in the detailed wood mouldings and panels. Kitchen opens up to the screened porch and offers updated granite countertops and new appliances. Features include a 1st floor Master Bedroom, fireplace, shed, and 2-car attached garage.  Convenient location in Millington, 1-mile from Route 301.  Offered at $375,000.
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Nestled on a wooded 2-acres, this Log Cabin is just 5-miles from Chestertown. Built in 2000, the custom built 3-bedroom, 2-bath log cabin was carefully crafted of high-quality oak and is immaculately maintained. Stepping up to the front porch, the log cabin offers a welcoming ambiance that is in harmony with the tranquil and natural setting. The Log Cabin features a wood burning stove, detached garage and shed. Offered at $370,000.  More Info

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We were suprised to see something 'rather odd' floating up Phillips Creek the other day. It just didn't look like the usual array of  fish, duck, goose, snake, Osprey, or other critters we have around.  We finally identified it as a River Otter.  It seems there are increasingly more in the area.  They seem to be quite at home here. To checkout these guys, here is a website for some Fun Otter Facts

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high_st_419_front_exterior_640kitchen_2_640Chestertown home in Historic District... Located on High Street,  just 2 blocks from Fountain Park and 4-blocks from the Chester River. Built in 2006 by J. Martin Carrigan Fine Homebuilders, the home beautifully blends the charm of classic wood detail with modern upscale amenities. The gourmet kitchen opens onto the brick terrace and offers granite countertops and upscale appliances. The Master Suite features a fireplace and bath with marble and custom cabinetry. There are 2 additional bedroom suites. The fenced backyard is a private haven with a large brick patio. The garage is a hard-to-find amenity for downtown residents.  Offered at $612,000.  More Info
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