Cambridge Real Estate
Cambridge, Maryland settled in 1694, is one of the oldest waterfront towns in Maryland, and serves as the county seat for Dorchester County. The town offers a variety of historic, educational and cultural attractions, such as the Harriet Tubman Museum, the Dorchester Arts Center and more. Cambridge, MD is popular for enjoying a wide variety of activities such as marinas, fishing charters, numerous parks, sailing, cruises, shopping downtown Cambridge boutiques, art galleries, antique shops, touring historic homes, museums, casual and fine dining, or a stroll along the brick paved streets on Historic High Street. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in nearby Church Creek, the Choptank River Fishing Pier or a tour on the Skipjack Nathan. Sailwinds Park, a multi-million dollar development project, will eventually include a hotel, marina, cultural and visitor center, public beach and performance venue.
The Cambridge, Maryland real estate community offers a multitude of housing choices from historic “in town” houses, waterfront cottages, luxury waterfront estates, water access community homes, to condominiums, townhouses, and interior home sites. Cambridge, Maryland Waterfront properties vary from deep water protected homes, broad water view, tranquil wildlife views to harbor front and marina view homes. In town you will find colonial period homes, new homes, craftsman, Victorian and contemporary style homes. The historic homes along the beautiful brick- and tree-lined High Street were once owned by governors, statesmen, lawyers and other notable figures. Cambridge homes can range from $200,000 to $1 million.
You can reach Cambridge, Maryland by boat, a short drive from Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington DC or Philadelphia. This small well- preserved, waterfront village is a great place to visit and an even better place to call home. The Cambridge Dorchester Regional Airport is just minutes from downtown Cambridge.
Oakley Beach located on the Choptank River, is a HOA condominium community. The community features a pier with 12 available slips, in-ground pool, and immaculate balcony views. The monthly condo fee covers: water, sewer, gas, sprinkler system, trash and snow removal, pool and common area maintenance. Historic Cambridge, is within walking distance. Waterfront units start at $250,000 and vary from 1,300 to 2,000 square feet.
Deep Harbour in Cambridge, Maryland, is a gated community of 350 townhomes, located along Cambridge Creek. The community includes a 50-slip marina, park, and pool. The town of Cambridge is steeped in history, and is one of the few deep-water ports left on the Chesapeake. Waterview units starting at $150,000 and Waterfront units starting at $230,000. Click here to view a featured townhome in Deep Harbour.
The Residences at River Marsh, located in Cambridge, Maryland, adjoins The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Resort has townhomes and condos. The Hyatt offers an 18-hole championship golf course and resort amenities, including three pools, lighted tennis courts, sand volleyball, a 150-slip marina, and nature and walking trails. River Marsh is just minutes from restaurants, shopping, parks and a small airport. The beaches of Ocean City and Assateague State Park are only an hour away. Prices here start at about $250,000 and range up to $700,000.
Waterside is a waterfront condo/townhome community located on Cambridge Creek in Cambridge, Maryland. There are five 3,000 square-foot townhomes in this community, ranging in price from $300,000 to $700,000. Condos range in size from 1,800 to 2,900 square feet, and prices range from $200,000 to $400,000. Some properties have boat slips available.
The Neck District is ideal for cycling enthusiasts, kayaker and canoers, hunting parties, and folks seeking an affordable, serene getaway close to boating, wildlife, kayaking and nature-based fun. It’s a beautiful waterfront peninsula with gorgeous country roads and peppered with numerous inlets and tributaries off the Chesapeake Bay and Choptank Rivers. Only ten minutes from the renowned Hyatt Chesapeake Bay Spa & Resort and downtown Cambridge. “In-land” to Waterfront homes range from $300,000 to $3 million.
Located approximately 15 miles northeast of Cambridge, with State Highway Routes 14 and 16 intersecting the town, East New Market has long been known as the "cross roads". East New Market consists of many of the early residences that were constructed by the original families who settled in the area. Ryan’s Run is the most popular neighborhood consisting of inland homes of various styles and waterfront homes on Wrights Creek and the Choptank River.
Secretary is home to the famous restaurant The Suicide Bridge located on Cabin Creek. The town of Secretary offers both waterfront and non waterfront properties. Secretary, Maryland has many homes for sale starting from $100,000 to $800,000.
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