Live in Talbot County, Maryland

Talbot County often called "The Hamptons of the Chesapeake," comprises Easton, Oxford, St. Michaels, Tilghman Island, and some smaller villages. There are over 600 miles of shoreline along the tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay, providing ample opportunities for waterfront living.

Easton, the County Seat, enjoys all the conveniences of a jet airport, shopping centers, and hospital, with a mix of waterfront and inland neighborhood communities. St. Michaels, perhaps most famous for being the location where the movie "The Wedding Crashers" was filmed, is bursting with nautical ambiance along small historic streets. Oxford is a tiny town most known as a haven for sailors, and Tilghman Island is an authentic waterman's village.

Popular attractions include the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, the Avalon Theatre for music and shows, the downtown areas of Easton and St. Michaels; check out the winery, brewery, and distilleries in St. Michaels, Pickering Creek, and the Oxford Bellevue Ferry.