Several communities in the area have amenities, homeowner associations, or guidelines that you’ll need quick access to as you make your decision about purchasing a home.
Gibson’s Grant is a beautiful, meticulously planned, waterfront neighborhood. With over 55 acres of restored wetlands, 2 miles of walking trails, and brick sidewalks, you’ll enjoy the neighborhood as much as you’ll enjoy your new home. Community amenities include a pool, park, community center, and fishing pier.
Bayside has nearly 300 single and double-level condominium homes, and it’s growing every year. The community includes amenities like, a clubhouse with year-round entertainment, a pool, a hot tub, tennis courts, and an exercise center.
If you need to commute to “the other side” across the Bay Bridge, Ellendale may be the choice for you. This community is located only one mile from the Bay Bridge, and features many price range choices– from townhomes, to luxury mansions on the water.
QUEEN ANNE COLONY
Queen Anne Colony is a sunny, majestic neighborhood with spacious yards and unique homes. It’s located right next to the Blue Heron golf course, and includes a playground and kayak launch point on their grounds. While there are waterfront homes in the neighborhood,…
The Bay City neighborhood combines old world charm and modern convenience. You’ll see century-old hardwood trees shading the streets, decks with a fabulous view of the bay, and children coming home from school. The active community sponsors family friendly events, such as Halloween parties, picnics, and more.
The northern tip of Kent Island is called “Love Point.” Local legend says that two star-crossed lovers who could never be together died there—and the legendary couple could be English, Native American, Spanish, or a combination of any of the above, depending on who’s telling the story.
Tucked away on a peninsula in the “Kent Narrows” district is a sparkling town home and condominium neighborhood. Oyster Cove has luxury homes available to own from the low 400’s to mid 500’s, or to rent for an average of $2,000 per month.
Romancoke is an Algonquian word that means “circling of the water.” As you drive south on Route 8, and then see the road suddenly end at the ocean, you’ll understand why this tiny community carries this name. Any home in this neighborhood is only a short walk or bike ride to a beautiful, expansive view of the sea.
Marling Farms is a quiet, family-friendly neighborhood, perched on a peninsula on the east end of Kent Island. It has a charming mix of mid-century homes and new constructions, as well as a wide variety of sizes and price points. There’s something for everyone!