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~Maryland's Eastern Shore~

Explore the Best of what Maryland has to Offer!

        
        The Chesapeake bay is rich in the bounty of nature; in the traditions of an earlier America.


       For those whose love of nature and the outdoors is passionate and profound—taste and smell the salt air and visit the bay for yourself!


 



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            Unspoiled and undeveloped landscapes. Emerald green terrain. Woodlands and wetlands and waterfowl. All of these aspects of the Chesapeake bay are at your doorstep, waiting to be let in. abounded by rich farmlands, tidy rural villages, world famous waterfowl, and world-class sailing; Maryland’s Eastern Shore shall be a part of home for those few who cherish yesterday’s heritage and tomorrow’s future… 


         ~Continental Climate. The Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean have a modifying effect on the climate, especially in moderating extreme temperatures. This helps to make the Chesapeake Bay region one of the most coveted to dwell in; residents know that the cool breeze off the water will help to combat the summer heat, and unlike their relative on the Western Shore of Maryland, they will always stay a few degrees cooler. 

        ~Accessibility. The Chesapeake Bay combines the grace and elegance of the past with the comfort, convenience, and the technology of today. All areas offer a timeless treasury of history and beauty with centuries - old architecture. The downtown areas of each of the five counties: Talbot, Queen Anne, Caroline, Dorchester, and Kent, are intimate and inviting with a phenomenal assortment of fine art galleries, antiques, museums, theaters and boutiques.

        ~Value. The waterfront properties on the eastern shore maintain their value. The Chesapeake 
 Bay region offers a hard-to-find combination of fine waterfront property and blissful seclusion; privacy and proximity. The region’s many bluffs and pointes allow for a peaceful escape from the confines of a subdivision or a crowded city block. 

        ~Harmony. Drawn by the river; immersed in the lifestyle. People who flock to the Chesapeake Bay area are united by a common code: a love of people and family, and a passion for nature defined by a desire to protect and preserve it for generations to come, ultimately resulting in the formation of lifelong friendships with like-minded people. 



        Maryland's Eastern Shore: an area steeped in history, a unique blend of a small town atmosphere with an active cosmopolitan population. The Shore offers “museum - quality homes,” an economical tax structure, and a safe atmosphere! There is a richness of the past, the joy of the present, and warm prospects for the future. Maryland’s Eastern Shore is a place that can easily be called “home;” it brings extraordinary people and magnificent places together.


        Land represents more than simply another asset class to be wedged in our portfolio. It may form a cornerstone to a family legacy. It often plays a central role in defining who we are. With its attendant rivers and creeks, the Chesapeake Bay dominants every county it touches. Tidal inlets in this flat land twist, divide, and turn on themselves in such convolutions that necks and peninsulas reach out to the Bay like welcoming but gnarled fingers. It is an intimate place where land and water intertwine in infinite varieties of mood and pattern.
 


        Approximately 800 miles north of the Florida coast and an equal distance south of Casco Bay, Maine, lays one of the largest watershed basins in the United States: the Chesapeake Bay, child of the “mother of waters.” The bay is 200 miles long and its watershed includes six states. With over 5,600 miles of shoreline, 46 principle rivers, and countless creeks the Chesapeake Bay is the largest inland body of water on the East Coast. Snug harbors and cozy coves provide vast opportunities for exploration and adventure. For the mariner searching for a boater’s paradise, where the seasons are long and the weather mild, the Chesapeake Bay should be at the top of the list. The water provides a center for travel, commerce, leisure, home to many species of wildlife, and a great natural resource.


        
Whether coming from the Western Shore of Virginia or Maryland, or from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or other northern points, there is usually some geographic marker where you breathe a sigh of relief thereby announcing you are at "the Eastern Shore." There is literally a physical reaction many of us have when the brackish scent of the Bay or the combination of sea and salt fills our noses. 

 
        So what prompts these physical reactions and contributes to the memories: it's the Lifestyle. But Lifestyle can be an all-encompassing phrase. It covers not just how we live in our homes and with our families, but the level of services, recreation and amenities we require and desire and the ease of access and affordability of all of the above. While the ready-made recreation offered at the Shore establishes the foundation of the Lifestyle we desire, the recent growth in local retail and services builds on the basics. Full time living at the Shore is no longer a dream, but an easy reality.