Cobb Island Homes for Sale

Cobb Island Homes for Sale

Real Estate on Cobb Island Maryland

Cobb Island is a tiny island located just off the shores of Southern Maryland where the Potomac River and Wicomico River meet. It is part of Charles County Maryland and is about 45 miles south of the Washington D.C. area, considered to be part of the greater D.C. metro area. The island is separated from mainland Maryland by Neale Sound. Access to the island can be gained via the Route 254 bridge. The island is just 0.93 square miles in area.

Explore the inviting offerings of Cobb Island MD Real Estate & Homes For Sale, providing a range of options to suit various preferences and needs. Discover charming properties nestled in this picturesque island community with Cobb Island, MD Homes for Sale. With a selection of homes available in the 20625 zip code, explore the diverse array of Cobb Island Homes for Sale to find your ideal waterfront retreat or cozy island getaway. Don't miss out on the opportunity to make this unique island paradise your new home.

Included below are homes for sale in Cobb Island. If you would like more information on any of these Cobb Island real estate listings, just click the "Request More Information" button when viewing the details of that property. We can provide you with disclosures, past sales history, dates and prices of homes recently sold nearby, and more.

Relocating to Cobb Island

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Cobb Island May 27, 2024
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Listed
102
Avg. DOM
$380.62
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$425,000
Med. List Price
7 Properties
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Cobb Island MD 

Relocating to Cobb Island

The town of Cobb Island, from which the island derives its name, encompasses both the entirety of the island itself and a small portion of the mainland across the water in the area known as Cobb Neck. The island's name originates from its intriguing past, tied to the privateer activities of James Neal in 1642. As a privateer, Neal operated as a legal pirate under the British Empire, intercepting Spanish ships carrying treasure from Central America to Spain. Upon capturing these vessels, Neal distributed the Spanish coins to Maryland colonists after cutting them into smaller denominations known as "cobbs." This practice not only enriched the local community but also lent the island its distinctive name, "Cobb Island." This historical connection adds depth and intrigue to the island's identity, reflecting its role in the early colonial history of Maryland.

Moving to Cobb Island means embracing a peaceful and friendly lifestyle by the Potomac River. Here, you'll find a close-knit community and beautiful waterfront views. Whether you're looking for a permanent home or a relaxing vacation spot, Cobb Island offers a tranquil escape from city life with easy access to amenities.

Cobb Island Weather

Cobb Island experiences a pleasant coastal climate throughout the year, characterized by mild winters and warm summers. In the winter months, temperatures typically range from the 30s to 40s Fahrenheit, with occasional snowfall adding a touch of winter charm to the island landscape. Spring brings milder temperatures, with highs in the 50s and 60s, and blooming flowers dotting the island scenery. Summer on Cobb Island is delightful, with temperatures reaching the 70s and 80s Fahrenheit, perfect for enjoying outdoor activities and soaking up the sun on the island's beaches. Fall brings cooler temperatures, ranging from the 50s to 60s, along with colorful foliage, making it an ideal time for scenic walks and outdoor adventures. Overall, Cobb Island's coastal climate offers residents and visitors alike a comfortable and inviting environment to enjoy throughout the year.

COBB ISLAND WEATHER

Things to Do in Cobb Island Maryland

St. Clements Island State Park and Museum

While not located in Cobb Island, it is very nearby. This is a very famous place to visit. The museum located in Colton’s Point will tell you all about the famous now uninhabited island off the shore of Southern Maryland. You can only access the park via boat, there is boat service for a small fee available from the museum.

In the middle of June, Cobb Island comes alive with the Cobb Island Day Festival. This exciting event offers fun activities for the whole family, like crab races, live music, and games. It's a great way to celebrate and enjoy the island's vibrant community spirit.

Cobb Island is also conveniently located near various attractions. Just a short drive away, you'll find the Northern Neck of Virginia, accessible via the Harry Nice toll bridge. There, you can explore historic sites like the 1692 Christ Church-William and Mary Parish, one of the oldest Episcopal churches in the country. Additionally, Swan Point boasts a privately-owned 18-hole golf course for avid golfers, while the Saint Clements Island-Potomac River Museum, located about six miles away on Coltons Point, offers fascinating insights into local history.

Despite its peaceful island setting, Cobb Island is within easy reach of major metropolitan areas like Washington, D.C., and Baltimore. Within an hour's drive, you can explore iconic attractions such as the National Mall, the National Aquarium, and Fort McHenry, making Cobb Island an ideal home base for both relaxation and adventure.

Enjoy an Amazing Local RestaurantCobb Island

There are several great local restaurants located all over tiny Cobb Island. Some of the most popular restaurants include The Rivah, Ledo Pizza, Captain John’s Crab House and Marina, Shymansky’s Dockside, Scuttlebutt, and the Cove at Cobb Island.

Neale Sound

The sound is the “inland” body of water separating the actual island part of Cobb Island from the mainland portion. The sound is well loved with local fisherman. The sound features a public marina that is a popular stop for many boaters traveling up the Potomac River.

Schools in Cobb Island

The youngest residents of Cobb Island attend Dr. Thomas L. Higdon Elementary, Piccowaxen Middle School in the nearby town of Newburg, and La Plata High School in the town of La Plata. These public schools are part of the highly rated Charles County School District.

Homes in Cobb Island Maryland

Living on Cobb Island is very rural and quiet with just over 1,000 or so residents. It is home to some of the most beautiful and scenic properties in the area. It allows for a truly peaceful and northeastern island lifestyle where things are laid back and surrounded by unspoiled nature. Several homes feature large water front lots with private boat docks. Homes in Cobb Island Maryland range in price from the high $100,000 range into the $700,000 range.

For more information on available properties in the town of Cobb Island, both on Island and in the Cobb Neck area of the mainland, or other South Maryland real estate, please contact us any time.

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