BUILDING A HOME IN
HUNTINGTOWN, MD

Curtis Homes, a division of Curtis Investment Group, has chosen Huntingtown, MD as one of its target area’s for new home building due to it’s high employment, highly rated schools, shopping options and proximity to Washington, DC and Baltimore, Maryland.

Located near the popular resort town of Chesapeake Beach, Huntingtown lies within Calvert County. The county is home to over 87,000 people and has one of the highest standards of living in Maryland. There are more than 5,200 businesses in the county and a labor force of at least 1.8 million resides within a one-hour drive.

Why Move to Huntingtown, MD?

With abundant waterways, unique shops and museums, excellent restaurants, natural parks and a calendar filled with interesting festivals and activities, Calvert County has earned its nickname, the “Charm of the Chesapeake.”

A peninsula bounded by the Chesapeake Bay on the east and the Patuxent River on the west, Calvert County is only an hour’s drive from Washington, D.C. and yet offers one of the lowest costs of living in the greater metro area. Its no wonder new homebuyers are discovering this “best kept secret.”

Rated the highest in Maryland schools, and abundance of recreational fun, and a secure atmosphere, Curtis Homes chose Calvert County in Southern Maryland, the “Charm of the Chesapeake” to build homes for people like you.

Things to do near Huntingtown:

The Chesapeake Beach Water Park
The Chesapeake Beach Water Park opened in the summer of 1995 to serve the local community with more splashin’ fun. Eight water slides, fountains, waterfalls, a lagoon, kids’ activity pool, and more to treat everyone to a cool time.

Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum
Chesapeake Beach was designed in the late 1800s as a resort town with beachfront hotels, a race track, casino, bathhouse, and beaches, as well as a 1600-foot entertainment boardwalk built over the water. Construction of the railway from Baltimore and Washington began in the late 1800s. The Great Depression and the automobile brought an end to the railroad, and on April 15, 1935, the final train chugged away from the Chesapeake Beach station. The station, fashioned into a museum in 1979, offers visitors a look at our interesting past.

Kings Landing Park
This 260-acre park on the Patuxent River offers a variety of outdoor activities. A site for environmental education, the park features pastures, woodland and wetlands. Amenities include picnic shelters with tables and grills, wetlands boardwalk, fishing pier, launch area for canoes and kayaks, swimming pool, shoreline, and a horse ring.

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