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Pomfret is a very tiny town located in Charles County in southern Maryland. At the time of its last census, it had a population of just over 500 residents. Though Pomfret is very tiny it is one of the oldest towns in the United States with roots dating back to the 1700s.

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Relocating to Pomfret

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Relocating to Pomfret 

Relocating to Pomfret is a great choice! According to Niche.com, it's one of the best places to live in Maryland. Pomfret has a cozy, rural vibe, making it feel like a small town. It's located just west of Waldorf and La Plata, offering a peaceful escape from city life while still being close enough to bigger towns for convenience. With its picturesque surroundings and friendly community, Pomfret is the perfect place to call home. Whether you're looking for a quiet retreat or a family-friendly neighborhood, Pomfret has something for everyone. So why not make the move to Pomfret and start enjoying the relaxed, rural lifestyle?

History and Places in Pomfret, MD

Pomfret, Maryland boasts a rich history dating back to the 17th century. The area was originally settled by Francis Caleb Green, who built a house on part of the land granted to the sons of Thomas Greene, the second Provincial Governor of Maryland, in 1666. The town's heritage is further evidenced by St. Joseph's Catholic Church, established in 1763 by Father George Hunter, S.J., with the current structure dating back to 1849. Pomfret is also home to several historic sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Acquinsicke, Green's Inheritance, McPherson's Purchase, and Pleasant Hill. Additionally, Pomfret is notable for being the location of Station 13 Dive Rescue and Recovery Team, providing crucial underwater rescue services and public education on water safety since its establishment in 2009.

Things to do in Pomfret, MD

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Historic Port Tobacco Village

This was once a historic town back in the tobacco farming beginnings of this area of Maryland. Today you can roam around the remains of this once-thriving small town in southern Maryland just outside of Pomfret.

Town of La Plata

The large town of La Plata is just outside of the town of Pomfret. La Plata is known as the County seat of Saint Mary’s County in southern Maryland. There are several fun activities to be found in the town of La Plata as well as great local restaurants, museums, and shopping. The La Plata Train Station Museum is always a big hit and very popular.

Chapman State Park

A cool place in Charles County, Maryland, next to the Potomac River. It keeps safe the old Mount Aventine house and grounds, where the Chapman family used to live. The park has lots of trees and plants, and some rare animals too. You can do fun stuff here like fishing, hunting, and hiking on the trails. It's a great spot to enjoy nature and have a good time!

Huntt's Tavern

Is your go-to spot for fun times in town! As a tavern, pub, pool hall, and karaoke hub all rolled into one, there's never a dull moment here. Enjoy the lively atmosphere and catch some live music while you sip on your favorite drinks. Whether you're looking to shoot some pool, belt out your favorite tunes, or simply unwind with friends, Huntt's Tavern has got you covered. So gather your crew and head on over for a night of unforgettable entertainment!

Smallwood State Park

A big park in Charles County, Maryland. It keeps safe the old Smallwood's Retreat house, where Major General William Smallwood used to live. The park has lots of stuff to do like boating, picnicking, camping, and hiking on trails. You can also see craft shows and learn about history at special events. It's a fun place to hang out with family and friends and enjoy the outdoors!

Schools in Pomfret

Public schools serving Pomfret receive above-average ratings. The website Niche ranks all of the specific schools serving the youngest residents of Pomfret at a B+ to a B-. Every public school in Pomfret is part of the Charles County Public School District which is a highly revered school district in southern Maryland. Many young families seek to live within the school district boundaries.

Specific public schools that serve the town of Pomfret included Dr. James Craik Elementary School, Robert D Stethem Educational Center, Maurice J McDonough High School, General Smallwood Middle School, and Matthew Henson Middle School.

Homes in Pomfret

Being that Pomfret is a very small and quiet town, it is very rural in nature and offers several impressive single-family properties. This is the place to settle into if you are looking for homes on large lots of land. Pomfret offers many homes on several acres and is thickly wooded areas.

You can find single-family homes that are modest in size, you can find mid-range homes, and there are several amazing larger estate-style homes ranging from historic to brand new construction. Home prices in the town of Pomfret Maryland begin in the 200,000s and top out just over $1 million. You can get a lot of homes for your money in Pomfret as compared to other larger surrounding areas.

In Pomfret, Maryland, nestled within the 20675 ZIP code, you'll discover a diverse array of real estate options waiting to be explored. From cozy family homes to spacious estates, Pomfret offers a variety of housing choices to suit every lifestyle and budget. With its convenient location and picturesque surroundings, Pomfret is an ideal destination for those seeking a tranquil suburban retreat. Whether you're searching for a charming historic home or a modern property with all the amenities, Pomfret has something for everyone. Explore the latest listings and find your dream home in Pomfret, Maryland today!

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