WATERFRONT HOMES, FARMS AND LAND
Much of the Eastern Shore of Maryland has a rural setting with fertile farmland and beautiful waterways. The Chesapeake Bay, rivers and creeks provide extraordinary opportunities for living on the water. Options include homes with sweeping water views and docks for boating, waterfront farms for hunting, historic homes and cottages nestled in the woods on creeks that are perfect for kayaks. Many waterfront lots are available to build your special home in a rural setting or in a community.
Kent County, founded in 1642, is the second oldest county and the smallest county in Maryland but boasts 265 miles of tidal shoreline and 134,000 acres of farm land. Surrounded by waterways, it is bounded by Delaware on the east, the Sassafras River on the North, the Chesapeake Bay on the West and by the Chester River on the South.
Talbot County is located directly on the Chesapeake Bay and offers crabbing, oyster harvesting and extensive wildlife. It has over 600 miles of tidal shoreline - the most of any county in the United States. Waterways in Talbot County include the Chesapeake Bay, Choptank River, Tred Avon River and Wye River.
Queen Anne's County offers a world of fertile farmland and scenic shoreline. The County has 414 miles of shoreline and 29.2 square miles of water area. With its many Chesapeake Bay waterways, it offers diverse real estate properties including historical homes on waterfront farms and cottages on creeks.