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Eastern Shore of Maryland Real Estate Blog

n_queen_main_exterior_640Charming home has a 2006 renovation with every attention to detail...
Sited on a corner lot, an abundance of natural light filters throughout the house.  Beautifully-refinished wood floors and detailed woodwork and to the charm of the home.  The renovated kitchen opens to the sunroom for an inviting, comfortable living space.  There are two bedroom suites on the 2nd floor.  The Master Suite is spacious and has a newly tiled bath.  On the 3rd floor is a great space for a bedroom or office.  A detached 3-car garage offers plenty of storage space.
                  Walk to the Chester River, downtown galleries, shops and dining

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A few days ago there was a break in our cold snowy winter weather and it warmed to about 40 degrees. Along with two friends, Ray and Carter, we decided to enjoy it with a round of sporting clays at  Hopkins Hunting and Sporting Clays.  It is conveniently located in Kennedyville, a centrally located town in Kent County.

They have 28 automated stations overlooking ponds, fields, ravines, and woods. We like that you can shoot without having a guide to pull the traps. At the front desk Linda gives you an electronic device you plug into each station to throw one clay at a time, or two simultaneously.  Shooting on report is also fun; that is when you shoot at the first target and as soon as the report is heard, the second target is released.

We do not keep score

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Pond views and wooded surroundings...in a very private setting.  Home is just a walk away from the Chester River and the Country Club. Brick exterior for low maintenance.  Home offers the convenience of one-floor living.  Large rooms provide flexible living spaces.  The finished attic has additional living space.  SOLD

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Lovely water views in a quiet setting.  Property has a dock & boathouse. Located in Gregg Neck Park, a Private Water Access Community with amenities including private beach and a boat ramp accessible to the Sassafrass River.  List:  $440,000.

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By:  Scott Budden.  Chesapeake and Liberty.  Watermans Way and Striper Run.  The streets in this fishing village turned maritime town reflect its connection to the bay.  Generations of families have prospered from the fruits borne by the largest estuary in the United States.  The very name, Rock Hall, is a nod to the bounty of the state fish: the striped bass or rockfish.  As a result, an extensive marine infrastructure has flourished.  Today this is shared by both watermen and recreational boaters alike.

Main Street is lined with quant gift shops, an old fashioned ice cream joint and lively music hall which brings in some of the region’s top talent.  Seafood distributors and restaurants are around every corner, all featuring the daily catch.  Crab houses

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Beautiful country setting for a new home. Large 2-1/4 Acre Lot  is perc approved and ready to go! 
Enjoy the rural landscape with the convenience of being near Historic Chestertown's waterfront, shops and dining. town.

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Chestertown's 10th Annual Downrigging Weekend will be hosting a fleet of more than 35 Tall Ships, schooners, skipjacks, log canoes and more.  It has grown to become one of the largest annual events on the East Coast.  It is a chance to have a sail on one of the six largest visiting ships, and enjoy many other activities including fireworks over the harbor.  For more information click on link below. https://www.sultanaprojects.org/downrigging/index.htm

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By Scott Budden.  English settlers first explored the banks Chester River in the 17th century and the town of Chestertown was established shortly after the turn of the 18th.  A trading port, the colonists became wealthy landowners who profited off the export of cash crops.  This economy thrived and by the mid 19th century, Chestertown was second to only Annapolis as Maryland’s premiere port.

Today, this colonial preeminence is evident in the uneven cobble stone streets, 18th century brick farmhouses and traditional maritime vocations.  Families can trace their lineages back to legendary sea captains and abolitionist leaders.  The past is a very tangible presence; you are never far removed even in modernity.  
The sense of community that is derived from

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