Eastern Shore building lot with boat slip! The 1.8-Acre lot is set in the beautiful water-access community of Little Neck Farm with over 200+acres of community open space. The building site is just a walk away from Swan Creek leading out to the Chesapeake Bay. Along with the boat slip, community amenities include the dock, marina and picnic area. Historic town of Rock Hall is just 10-min. away. Offered at: $176,000. Visit this link for more photos and info Hagy Rd Info
Saturday, June 21 6:00 - 10:00 PM Wilmer Park, Chestertown
This CRA event is to celebrate the Chester River and the good works of CRA to protect the Chester River. This year there will be an open bar, buffet dinner by Magnolia Caterers and live music. A silent and live auction will give guests an opportunity to bid on paintings, sailing adventures, and a cruise aboard the historic schooner Sultana with up to 25 guests.
For information and tickets visit www.chesterriverassociation.org.
Eastern Shore Home is just 5-minutes from the Chesapeake Bay, a public beach and landing. Historic Victorian features include original millwork, beveled lap siding, front and rear staircases.
Recently painted inside and out, other updates to this inviting home include new windows, woodstove, kitchen floor and countertops. Serene setting is enhanced by a barn and screened porch overlooking the above-ground pool. Offered at: $289,000 More Info 26661 Medders Rd.
Eastern Shore - Golf course setting with glimpses of the Chester River. Traditional, well-maintained home is set on lovely 3/4-acre lot in Country Club Estates. Features include a family room with cathedral ceiling, low-maintenance exterior and garage. Shaded patio overlooks the green of the Chester River Yacht and Country Club. Just 1-mile from historic Chestertown’s riverfront, shops and dining. Offered at: $387,000.
For more information and photos visit Info 25839 Collins Ave
2014 National Music Festival at Washington College Season IV June 1-14, 2014, Chestertown, Maryland
Rehearsals are free and open to the public
The National Music Festival at Washington College brings together world-classmentors and gifted apprentice musicians on the cusp of their professional careers. All apprentices receive full scholarships. For two weeks each June, these musicians liveand work together, presentingover 35 concerts — ranging from solo recitalsto large symphony orchestra performances with chorus — and 200 free open rehearsals for music lovers from all over the world.
Richard Rosenberg, Artistic Director and Conductor of the National Music Festival and the Union Symphony Orchestra has performed as guest conductor throughout the