If you’re looking for land in a beautiful and diverse state with a long, storied history, Maryland is perfect for you.
With easy access to the nation’s Capitol, sandy beaches on the coast, and beautiful natural landscapes within, Maryland packs plenty to desire. The capitol city of Baltimore is home to the legendary Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Fell’s Point, the National Aquarium, and Babe Ruth’s birthplace. And of course, the Mid-Atlantic city is perhaps known best for its lively, charming Inner Harbor.
History buffs will love living in or visiting a state that has so much preserved history, dating back to the 1600’s. Historical and cultural sites and museums include the Harriet Tubman Museum, the Walters Art Museum, U.S. Naval Academy, and Fort McHenry atop Baltimore.
Maryland was an important battleground during the Civil War, and today there are many preserved sites, tributes, and museums honoring this period. At Antietam and Monocay, visitors get the chance to walk the ground where important battles took place and to experience American history firsthand. There are four Civil War Trails in total throughout the state. Or, follow the path that John Wilkes Booth took when he fled from Washington D.C. after assassinating President Lincoln.
If you love driving and sightseeing, Maryland has many beautiful scenic byways for you to explore and enjoy, from the beaches on the coast (Ocean City Beach, Assateague Island) to fall foliage viewing trails. Try the 193 miles of Mountain Maryland to see the western part of the state, or the shorter Falls Road, through green hills and waterways.
Maryland is an outstanding location for your new home or vacation retreat; act now and experience just what this state has to offer.