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Owings Maryland is located in the northern portion of Calvert County in southern Maryland. Owings is neighbors with Friendship Maryland which is just to the north and the town of Chesapeake Beach is just 4 miles to the south. It is about 23 miles south of the large town of Annapolis.

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The Owings area is a blend of countryside and suburban living. It has wide-open rural spaces filled with farms and cozy residential neighborhoods. What's great about Owings is that about half of it is covered in trees, making it a lush and green environment. The local government has rules in place to preserve these natural areas, ensuring they stay beautiful for generations to come. So, whether you prefer the peace and quiet of the countryside or the convenience of suburban life, Owings has something for everyone to enjoy amidst its scenic landscapes.

History of Owings

Prior to the Civil War Owings was much like most of southern Maryland surrounding it, full of tobacco farms. It got its name from the Owings family that had long settled into the area since the 18th century.  Most notably the town is particularly named after Harry P Owings who lived in the Owings house on Solomons Road.

The Owings family played a key role in the development of the North Beach and Chesapeake Beach areas turning it into a summer resort area. They were also a key component to the planning of the Chesapeake Beach Railway which brought much commercialization into the area. The Owings railway stop was the only one located in Calvert County at the time.

Things to do in Owings Maryland

In lovely Owings, Maryland, where the countryside meets cozy suburban neighborhoods, residents have the best of both worlds. While Owings itself is mainly rural with some suburban areas, locals often take short trips to neighboring towns for exciting activities and modern conveniences.

Just a quick drive away from Owings are the delightful towns of North Beach and Chesapeake Beach. These charming coastal communities boast some of the most beloved beaches in all of Calvert County. Residents can easily spend sunny days basking in the sun and enjoying the refreshing ocean breeze.

But that's not all! North Beach and Chesapeake Beach are also known for their lively community festivals, happening throughout the year. These events bring together neighbors and visitors alike for fun-filled celebrations.

And let's not forget about the local shops and restaurants in these towns! From quaint boutiques to cozy eateries, there's something for everyone to enjoy. And seafood lovers rejoice, because these towns are famous for serving up the freshest, most delicious catches of the day. With such fantastic neighboring towns nearby, residents of Owings have endless opportunities to explore, relax, and create unforgettable memories.

Schools in Owings Maryland

The public schools in Owings, Maryland, are part of the Calvert County Public School District. These schools are among the best in the Washington D.C. metro area and Maryland. Many families choose to live in Owings because of the excellent public schools. Some of the schools serving Owings include Mount Harmony Elementary, Windy Hill Elementary, Northern Middle School, Windy Hill Middle School, and Northern High School.

Mount Harmony Elementary School is highly rated and has about 608 students in grades K-5. The student-teacher ratio is 17 to 1. According to state test scores, around 30% of students are proficient in math and 38% in reading.

Windy Hill Elementary School is also well-regarded and has approximately 649 students in grades PK, K-5. The student-teacher ratio is 15 to 1. About 22% of students are proficient in math and 29% in reading, based on state test scores.

Northern Middle School is highly rated and has about 873 students in grades 6-8. The student-teacher ratio is 18 to 1. Around 36% of students are proficient in math and 56% in reading, according to state test scores.

Windy Hill Middle School is also above average and has approximately 1,251 students in grades 6-8. The student-teacher ratio is 17 to 1. About 52% of students are proficient in math and 53% in reading, based on state test scores.

Northern High School, located in Owings, is highly rated and has around 1,533 students in grades 9-12. The student-teacher ratio is 19 to 1. About 65% of students are proficient in math and 77% in reading, according to state test scores.- Niche.com

Homes in Owings Maryland

The town of Owings is quiet and mostly made up of single-family properties. If you are searching for a sizable home on a large lot of land in Southern Maryland, the town of Ownings is a great spot to find more homes for your money. You can find large estate-style properties as well as starter and mid-range single-family homes within Owings. It is a great place to find neighborhoods with young families. Home prices in the town of Owings range from $200,000s to $1.3 million.

If you're searching for your dream home in Owings, MD, zipcode 20736, you're in luck! Owings offers a diverse range of real estate options to suit every lifestyle and budget. Whether you're looking for a cozy single-family home, a spacious townhouse, or a waterfront property with stunning views, Owings has something for everyone. With a convenient location and access to top-rated schools, parks, and recreational facilities, Owings is an ideal place to call home for families and professionals alike. Explore the latest listings on Zillow or connect with homeowners selling their properties directly. Whatever your real estate needs may be, Owings, MD, has plenty of homes for sale to choose from, making it the perfect destination to find your next dream home.

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