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~The Town of Centreville~

"The Seat of Queen Anne's County!"

WATERFRONT

HARVEST MOON




A TREE NURSERY
EQUESTRIAN OPPORTUNITIES







                The historic town of Centreville, established in 1794, is one of Queen Anne County's rare and most prized gems. Home to the oldest still functioning court house in the state, Centreville boasts both age and beauty. During summertime in Centreville, visitors can take part in the festivities brought on by the Queen Anne's County Fair, or take a stroll around the Courthouse square to buy local commodities at the Farmer's Market every Wednesday and Saturday.  



        For the hungry day-traveler, Centreville offers many options in dining: Doc's Riverside Grille, Colosseum Pizzeria or the Commerce Street Creamery!



                                                                              ~Remarkable Centreville Properties~


            Ashland Landing, on the Chester River, is located 10 minutes from Centreville, Maryland, in an area which contains some of the finest Waterfront Estates on the Eastern Shore. The property consists of a historic home built 1870, pool, stable, barns, pond, boat house, dock with lift, a 2800 foot FAA certified grass airstrip, and a large caretaker home.




            The Historic 1870 home has 6 bedrooms, 4 full baths and 3 half baths. A very large Ballroom allows for gracious entertaining.

 

               The Hopkins Farm is strategically located on route 213 just south of Centreville, Maryland. The entrance is directly across from Symphony Village at Centreville, an active adult living community, which has built and sold 300 out of a total of 395 permitted homes.



            The Hopkins Farm has town water and sewer contiguous to the property. The Farm is zoned agricultural - has significant hunting potential - has significant residual value - and priced to sell as a working farm, but has a very large potential for present and future development.