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Learn more about Huntingtown Maryland
Small town charm meets the tight-knit community in Huntingtown Maryland. Located in Calvert County, Huntingtown is home to about 3500 residents featuring large estate homes in small developments centered around Highway 4. This small town is located between the Chesapeake Bay and the Patuxent River and has a town center and one major public high school called the Huntingtown High. Huntingtown is home to notable political thriller best-selling author Tom Clancy, Harry Krause, and Doug Hill, ABC Channel 7 weatherman.
Huntingtown's Rural and farmland area has limited growth throughout the area but more neighborhoods have built up over the last decade. Residents have tried to keep the area small by maintaining an identity that is known for their legacy of a tobacco town. Even though Huntington does not farm tobacco any longer and has shifted to corn and soybean, they still maintain the identity of a quiet, rural community.
Huntington is known for its privacy and homes with swimming pools. Some residents even call it "pool country". This is the community where most folks know each other by name. However, a lot of people commute to downtown Washington but choose to live in a more rural setting.
Huntingtown Real Estate
88% of residents in Huntingtown own their own homes and there's a median home value of about $430,000. The median rent is about 2300, so it makes more sense to own your home than to rent in this small community. Any given time there are roughly 40 to 50 properties for sale in Huntingtown. You'll find farmland, homes with acreage, estate homes, waterfront homes along the Patuxent River, older properties as well as new construction homes. Price ranges are all over the board as well from $300,000 up to over $1 million for larger lots and estates. From farmhouses to modern lakefront, Huntingtown offers a wide range of real estate options and properties to choose from.
Residents with school-age children are assigned to the Calvert County public school district. The three main schools are the Huntingtown elementary school, the Northern middle school and the Huntingtown high school. All of the schools receive excellent scores and reviews by parents and students alike. The Northern Middle school receives a 10 out of 10 apply greatschools.org.
"I am a current junior at HHS. These past few years have been a lot of fun! There are many opportunities available for students to be involved at the school. Lots of students attend sporting events, school plays, and are involved in extracurricular activities. We get an hour for lunch and are expected to spend half of lunch eating and the other half doing something productive. This is beneficial to a lot of students. I like using the time to do homework, meet with my teachers and to catch up with friends. The teachers and other staff members at my school are very supportive and are open to the concerns of the students." - Niche.com (Huntingtown High School)
To learn more about Huntingtown, give me a call. I'd love this small community and if you're looking to move to Maryland, Huntingtown might be ideal. Browse available listings on my website or contact my office at any time. I'd love to offer a virtual tour, personal showing, or provide a list of similar properties throughout the Maryland area.