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Bryantown is a small city located in Charles County in southern Maryland. It's located between St. Charles, White Plains and Hughesville. Bryantown has a deep and long history running back to colonial America. Since the early colonial days of the country, Bryantown has been a stopping point of travelers in southern Maryland. It was first a resting place between St. Mary’s City and Port Tobacco. In the 18th century, Bryantown became an important stagecoach stop offering a hotel with dining room and saloon to weary travelers, Bryan’s Inn.  

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Bryantown November 29, 2021
5
Listed
60
Avg. DOM
$217.46
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$583,900
Med. List Price
5 Properties
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Relocating to Bryantown

Bryantown was a stop on the main wagon train and stage route between the then capital cities of Maryland and Virginia. There was a significant amount of passenger traffic through Bryantown from areas as far away as Prince George County and Allen’s Fresh on the Wicomico River. This was thought to be the first inland center of commerce for the English Colonies. The small city was one of three leading communities in Charles County.

Some of Bryantown’s most famous history perhaps is that it was the site were federal troops descended searching for John Wilkes Booth after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. It is also known as the former home of Dr. Samuel Mudd, John Wilkes Booth’s physician, who is buried in one of the cemeteries here.

Today Bryantown remains small with just over 600 residents and is considered a nice quiet suburb of the Washington DC area.

Points of Interest in Bryantown Maryland

St. Mary’s

St. Mary’s is an iconic landmark and functioning Catholic Church located in Bryantown. The church has been running for well over 300 hundred years and is one of the oldest churches in the nation. Today the church offers regular services, is home to the St. Mary’s private school, and is home to the historic cemetery in the back where Dr. Samuel Mudd is buried.

Zekiah Farms

This farm is located just outside of Bryantown in Waldorf on Bryantown Rd. It is well known for its many high-quality local fresh foods including beef, pork, chicken, eggs, vegetables, honey, and more. The farm is family-owned and was founded in 2000. All meat is raised naturally on a diet of pasture, hay, and grain with no hormones, steroids, or antibiotics. The farm has a market stand at the Charlotte Hall Library Farmer’s Market and takes online orders.

Bryantown Historic District

The historic district consists of 19 buildings, structures, and sites. The center of the district is a group of four 19th century buildings along Old Route 5, just west of the former crossroads. Two of the most prominent historic structures in the district are the Tavern and the Brick House Lot. The Tavern is a two-story brick building painted white. It is most famously known as the place where investigators set up headquarters in the hunt for John Wilkes Booth.

Homes in Bryantown Maryland

There is a large variety of homes in the Bryantown area from smaller more moderately priced starter homes, to large homes on sizeable lots, to historic properties, and brand new construction. Homes in Bryantown are highly sought after and sell quickly. The median list price of homes in Bryantown is around $575,000. Homes range in price from the mid $300,000s to over $800,000.

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