Maryland's Chesapeake Bay is the largest and most beautiful estuary in America, and is bordered by 13 of Maryland's 24 counties. The Chesapeake Bay is well known for its abundance in wildlife, especially the Maryland blue crab, but what is often overlooked is the abundance of homes in Maryland that are located directly on or near the Bay itself.
Anne Arundel, Talbot, Somerset, Baltimore, Cecil, and Calvert counties all contain large stretches of improved and unimproved areas in which to own a home that is in close proximity to the water, natural beauty and recreational opportunities the Bay provides.
Unlike other areas of the country, the Chesapeake Bay is so large and expansive that waterfront homes are commonplace in Maryland and can be found for a great price. Owning a waterfront home in Maryland may be much easier than you think and is definitely an option worth considering for any Maryland homeowner or potential buyer.