Living in Salisbury, MD

Located on the Delmarva Peninsula, Salisbury, Maryland, is the largest city on the Eastern Shore. Known as the "Crossroads of Delmarva," this city enjoys a small-town ambiance on the shores of the scenic Wicomico River and year-round pleasant weather that blends well with its cultural history and scenic coastline views. With easy access to the comforts of a small city and the beaches of the Atlantic Coast, residents have much to enjoy living in Salisbury.

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What to Do in Salisbury

Salisbury features attractions, such as the Salisbury Zoo, Salisbury University Arboretum, Port of Salisbury Marina, and the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art. Also in town, the Delmarva Shorebirds, a minor league baseball team, play at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium, while Pemberton Historical Park is a great place to explore history or simply enjoy Eastern Shore wildlife along the 4.5 miles of nature trails.

The city of Salisbury, Maryland also offers a number of sites on the National Register of Historic Places, such as thePoplar Hill Mansion, Gillis-Greer House, Union Station, Perry-Cooper House, and Honeysuckle Lodge. In terms of shopping, the Centre at Salisbury provides access to familiar commercial options, while Downtown Salisbury features a number of independent shops and art galleries. Several restaurants are strung along South Salisbury Boulevard, from diners to delis and ethnic offerings.

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Salisbury Real Estate

If you're interested inhomes for sale in Salisbury, you have more than one Salisbury neighborhood to consider. The Newtown and Camden Historic Districts feature beautiful old architectural styles, including Victorian, Federal, Georgian, Colonial Revival, and Queen Anne, while neighborhoods such as Kensington Woods and Harbor Pointe are more private and offer residents ample breathing room. Single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments can all be found easily in Salisbury, Maryland.

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Getting Around Salisbury

Due to its position on the Delmarva Peninsula, Salisbury, MD, can appear somewhat isolated, but it is still reasonably close to larger city centers. Baltimore and Washington, D.C., are both about 115 miles away, and beach resort towns on the Atlantic coast, such asOcean City, are only 30 miles east. Shore Transit provides regular bus service within Salisbury, as well as transit to nearby towns such as Ocean City and Pocomoke City.

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  • Grab some friends and family and head to Arthur W. Perdue Stadium to watch the Delmarva Shorebirds, the local minor league baseball team.
  • Visit Pemberton Historical Park to explore history and enjoy Eastern Shore wildlife while strolling the park’s 4.5 miles of nature trails.
  • Take in the community’s historic architecture by visiting the Poplar Hill Mansion, Gillis-Greer House, Union Station, and other local buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Salisbury Real Estate at a Glance

  • 214 Homes Sold*
  • 119 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $179,900 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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