The median home value in Queen Anne, MD is $417,500.
the county median home value of $340,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Queen Anne, MD is $417,500.
Approximately 74% of Queen Anne homes are owned,
compared to 19% rented, while
6% are vacant.
Queen Anne real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Looking for your own private oasis? Must see this over 2,000 sq. foot rancher on 2.61 acres just outside the quaint town of Princess Anne. This sprawling rancher features a newer roof, updated kitchen, nice size bedrooms and a handicap accessible bath room with a roll in shower. Huge back yard with in ground pool. Home needs some TLC, but is priced accordingly, walk right into equity in this crazy market!!
Come back in time to tour this Lovely Victorian home with a wrap-around porch, real hardwood floors, a wood-burning fireplace, beautiful wooden staircase, and wood pocket doors separating the foyer and formal dining room from the living room. The property also has a 6-foot privacy fence that encompasses the entire front and backyard. There is also a 2-car garage/workshop with electric and an additional shed for storage. Close to Route 404 for an easy commute to the Bay Bridge. Call today to set up a showing to see this wonderful home.
History and distinguished ownership! This charming home is ready for those seeking the rural life but not too far from all the action! *Morgan's were first owners, part of the original King's Grant. Town was called Morganville before renamed Queen Anne. Rear of home built 1859-1863. Train from Washington traveled through the middle of town as the surrounding homes took in families to escape the hot summers in DC. Ely family had a sawmill and employed most of the people on their farms. Mr. Ely built the Tidewater Inn in Easton and the staircase at the Inn is identical to the one in the home! Daughter of Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt purchased the house with her husband (the Dails). It was a getaway for her and her husband who became ill, so they stayed in DC for specialized medical care. Dails sold to B.F. Goodrich heir Marmi Royen, and it was her heirs who sold the house to the current owners, who have enjoyed restoring the home and added a variety of fruit trees (peach, pear heritage apple and cherry). Bake a pie and enjoy a slice on the inviting front porch. A small garden area is located to the side of the home, ready for fresh herbs and vegetables. Bay Bridge 30 minutes, Annapolis, 40 mins and 1 hour to the Delaware beaches. Talbot County schools. Tuckahoe Creek just down the road beyond park with tot lot and ball field. Intensive restoration has been done by the Owner's and a list of those can be provided via email.