Queen Anne’s County
Queen Anne’s County was established in 1706. The County was named for Queen Anne (1665-1714), who ruled Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714. It is populated by small towns that welcome tourists and shoppers, as well as those interested in visiting lovely restored historic sites. Queen Anne’s County is located on the central part of the Chesapeake’s eastern shore, north of Talbot County and south of Kent County. Queen Anne’s County also offers several antique shops, a collection of outlet stores, Chesapeake College, public parks, trails, landings and the famous Wye Aspen institute near Wye Island. Residents and visitors of Queen Anne’s County can enjoy museums, historic homes and churches, historic court houses, train stations and Wye Mills working grist mill. There are 10 main towns incorporated in the county: Barclay, Centreville, Church Hill, Grasonville, Queen Anne, Queenstown, Sudersville, Kent Island and Stevensville. Centreville, the County seat, is centrally located between the major job centers of Annapolis, Baltimore, Delaware and Washington, D.C.
The Queen Anne’s County real estate community offers a multitude of housing choices from historic houses, luxury waterfront estates, water access community homes, horse farms, golf homes,