Chesapeake Beach | MD
Updated Waterfront Townhome in Chesapeake Beach! The entire first floor renovation includes a new half bath, new countertops/custom cabinets, granite counters, new ceramic tile, oversized sink and disposal. 4 levels, 3.5 bathrooms and an upper loft bedroom or den with wet bar. With decks on every level overlooking the lagoon. A unique community with private sandy beach and pool on the water. Tennis courts to be studied by HOA, Boat slips available to purchase or rent. Home warranty offered. Close to restaurants, shopping, grocery stores, Bayfront boardwalk, library, town hall and water activities. Commuter bus to DC every weekday and charter boat rentals nearby. Major stores a short 15 minute drive from the beach. Come see this ~jewel of the Chesapeake~.
About an hour from DC with no bridges to cross, you will find the adjacent towns of Chesapeake Beach and North Beach, located in Calvert County, Maryland, where there are still places to discover and enjoy with family and friends. The town was established as a resort community at the end of the Chesapeake Beach Railway, a short-line railroad that ran to and from Washington, DC. A museum at the old railroad station still exists today and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The southern end of the city remains heavily wooded and is distinguished by the large sandstone cliffs called the Randle Cliffs. These cliffs, and others along the Western Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, tower as high as 180 feet above the water. In Chesapeake Beach, you’ll find quiet secluded beaches, waterfront restaurants, succulent seafood, water activities and events, and a quaint, historic, hometown quality of life that residents enjoy year-round. Spend a day charter fishing or choose one of the casual restaurants for enjoying Maryland crabs.
Directly on the bay is the Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa where you can spend a weekend pampering yourself or playing the slot machines in the area once known as Little Nevada. In adjacent North Beach, you’ll find great shopping in antique shops, fine arts gallery, novelty shops, gift shops and at a food market. There are numerous dining options in town, including burgers, ice cream, bakery items, sandwiches, and casual and fine dining restaurants. Shopping, restaurants, and salons are within walking distance of the pier, boardwalk, and beach. Bicycles, kayaks, and paddleboards are available for hourly or daily rental from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The popular Friday Night Farmers’ Market and Classic Car Cruise-In run from the first Friday in May through the first Friday in October. Don’t miss the summer concerts, movies on the beach, annual wine, spirits, and craft beer festival, seasonal fireworks and many more special events. Whether you want to shop, dine, stroll the boardwalk, relax on the beach, fish from the pier, learn some of the history, or take in one of the special events, there is plenty to do in the Twin Beaches.