- 3 Beds
- 1 Baths
- 0 SqFt
Kennedyville Real Estate
Kennedyville is a rural town in Kent County, Maryland. It has beautiful rolling farmland, horse farms, new homes, and historic homes. Chestertown is about a 15-minute drive. Chestertown is a great place to visit the waterfront, and enjoy shops, galleries and dining. Outdoorsmen and women enjoying hunting and competitive sporting clays at Hopkin's Game Farm outside of Kennedyille. The outdoor culture is just as prevalent as the marine one and Kent County features some of the best-guided hunting expeditions in Maryland. Read more about Kent County
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- 4 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 1,818 SqFt
- 3 Beds
- 1.5 Baths
- 1,226 SqFt
- 0 Beds
- 0 Baths
- 3,200 SqFt
Kennedyville is about 30-minutes from Middletown, Delaware and tax free shopping
Kent County Information
Kent County is the second oldest county in Maryland, founded in 1642 by settlers who named it for the county they left in England. It is situated in the northern part of the Eastern Shore and is primarily rural. The topography is generally flat through the mid-section of the county with steep slopes common along the Chesapeake Bay from Betterton to Tolchester. The total county population has changed little over the last 100 years. The population in 1998 was approximately 18,925 and is projected to reach 20,150 by 2010. Chestertown is the county seat and principal municipality with a population of just over 4,000.
Kent County covers approximately 179,480 land acres. The county is largely agricultural with 68%, or 122,050 acres zoned agricultural. Three hundred fourteen farms, averaging 374 acres each, comprise over 66% of Kent County's land acres. There are 5,972 acres in parks and publicly owned open space. Another 17,150 acres are in some form of permanent preservation.
Kent County Volunteer Organizations - There are many ways citizens can learn more about the area and participate in the community. The Chester River Association is committed to improving the health of the large tributary and employs "Chester Testers to collect water samples. The Echo Hill Outdoor School, situated on the bay near Betterton, and Schooner Sultana Project in Chestertown, are dedicated to environmental education and historical preservation.
For more information about the area, or assistance with any real estate properties,
please feel free to call me at: (443) 480-1181 or send an email using the form below. Thank you - Richard.