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RECENTLY REDUCED !  Radcliffe Mill, located on the Eastern Shore, dates back to 1891 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The beautiful design and restoration of the flex complex was completed in 2007 and is comprised of the 4-story mill building and the annex/seed house. It is set on 2.3-acres next to Radcliffe Creek. The main mill building features a reception area with an elevator leading to business offices and there is also a restaurant on the main level. Across the parking lot, Radcliffe Studios is located in the Seed House and offers a yoga studio, cafe, and several small wellness businesses. Property amenities include a 61-car park, loading dock and an original grain elevator.  

Dating back to 1706, Chestertown is set on the

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Lovely home, c.1890 is located in the heart of Chestertown’s historic district and is just a short stroll from the Chester River Walk, Fountain Park, shops, dining and walking trails. Every modern-day amenity has been incorporated into this lovingly renovated home while preserving the original charm. Skylights and windows let in an abundance of natural light to showcase the lovely heart pine floors and detailed millwork. The home spans three levels and greets owners through a gracious foyer opening to the library with its reading nook bookcase and fireplace. The first floor open design also features a well-appointed kitchen, breakfast room, dining room, living room and two powder rooms. The second floor is designed with two ensuite

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Just outside of Rock Hall is Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge. The 2,285-acre island refuge is a major feeding and resting place for migrating and wintering waterfowl.  Walk along seven different trails and boardwalks for great wildlife viewing and expansive views of the Chester River and Chesapeake Bay. The Visitor Contact Station is staffed daily by volunteers. Link for more information Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge.  To explore things to do and view the Kent County Digital Visitor Guide visit  Kent County Visitor Info .

For those wandering around Chestertown and feeling like some fresh oysters on the half shell, you may want to head over to The Retriever Bar and Oysters. Looking for unshucked oysters?  Check out Scott's website Orchard

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