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1.25 Acres of Eastern Shore Living!

1.25 cleared acres!

Description

Address: 2155 Horns Point Road, Cambridge MD 21613

Looking to live in Cambridge, but want some land to use your imagination? This 1.25 acre cleared lot is just waiting for you to build your dream home. Located one mile west of Cambridge, this property is perfect for someone looking for Cambridge living but with plenty of space for you to create your backyard. Own a boat? The Great Marsh Point boat ramp is only minutes away.

Flexible zoning allows both stick-built and manufactured homes.

The County assesses the value of this land at $25,200 and the annual property taxes are a very reasonable $282.22. The property is high and dry (not located in a flood zone).

Located only an hour from Annapolis and another hour and some to Ocean City, Cambridge is the perfect location for someone looking to live with a country charm feel, yet a short drive to the action.

Residents here come from all over the world to make a home in some of the most beautiful and wildlife-rich countryside.. The combination of natural beauty, proximity to Cambridge, wineries, Annapolis, beaches, and many other amenities makes this an ideal place to call home. If you are looking for all of the peace that comes with living in the country, yet still be less than two hours from “everywhere”, then this is the perfect place to lay down some roots, raise your family and make new friendships that will last a lifetime.

Property Information

Parcel Size

1.25 acres

State

Maryland

County

Dorchester

Nearest Cities

Cambridge, Easton, Annapolis, Salisbury

Parcel #

07-124309

Address

2155 Horns Point Road

Features

Acres

1.25

Acres

County

Dorchester

County

Access

Paved Road

Access

Power

From Street

Power

Water

Would be well

Water

Zoning

Residential

Zoning

Elevation

10 FT

Elevation

Dorchester County

With 1,700 miles of shoreline — more than any other county in Maryland — Dorchester offers everything from the mighty Chesapeake Bay to countless meandering waterways. Dramatic vistas of unspoiled countryside and marshland create the perfect backdrop for incredible sunsets.

No wonder Dorchester draws outdoor enthusiasts, birders, photographers, hunters and anglers, cyclists, boaters, paddlers, and others from near and far.

Cambridge

Cambridge Harbor

Cambridge has been reinventing itself — and people are noticing! In 2013, Cambridge was named one of the “Top 10 Best Small Towns in America” by Livability. And in 2014, Cambridge was named one of “12 Places to Visit in Small Town America” by viraltravel.com.

Located on the broad Choptank River, the seat of Dorchester County dates back to 1684, making it one of the oldest colonial cities in the state. Originally a seaport community along the Choptank River, it has a rich maritime heritage that can be explored in museums, through historic district tours and river cruises. When James Michener was doing research for his novel Chesapeake, he reportedly called Cambridge’s High Street one of the most beautiful streets in America. He modeled his fictional city Patamoke after Cambridge. Many of the gracious homes on High Street date from the 1700s and 1800s.

The town’s rich maritime history — building boats, sailing the waters, catching crabs, oysters, and other seafood — is celebrated at the Richardson Maritime Museum and the Ruark Boatworks. You can also join a short cruise on an authentic skipjack, Nathan of Dorchester, which is an oyster dredging vessel.

Blackwater Wildlife Refuge

USA Today calls Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge one of the 10 best spots for “amazing wildlife watching,” while Outdoor Photographer magazine names the refuge one of the top 25 spots worldwide for nature photographers. Experience the boundless natural beauty for yourself by kayak or canoe, sailboat or powerboat, bicycle, or on foot.

Located 12 miles south of Cambridge, the refuge has more than 28,000 acres of woodland, rich tidal marsh, freshwater ponds and managed cropland—great for birdwatching, cycling, hiking, and paddling.

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is one of the chief wintering areas for migrating ducks and Canada geese using the Atlantic Flyway. Throughout the year there is a diverse population of birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians to enjoy watching and photographing, including bald eagles and Delmarva fox squirrels.

Steven Sharp

Owner

484-246-5436

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