Welcome to the Esau Watkins House (circa 1739), believed to be the earliest remaining dwelling on the Chester River in Historic Chestertown, the capitol of Kent County, Maryland. Rarely does a home of this significance become available in the heart of Chestertown’s famed Water Street district.
This five-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bath historic gem offers captivating, unobstructed views of the unspoiled Chester River. Notable features of this home include extensive random width wood plank flooring, proportionally balanced trim work, gorgeous scalloped built-in corner cupboards, a sun-filled riverside enclosed porch, a living room with wood burning fireplace, spacious second-floor primary suite, adequate “step-in” closets, and storage, walk out full basement, lush waterside garden, and sea-walled frontage with pier deck for water access.
This highly sought-after location is within a short, pet-friendly, walking distance to several well-reviewed restaurants, two delicious bakeries, intriguing boutique shops/galleries, and the highly acclaimed Downtown Chestertown Farmer’s Market. The Chester River offers endless watersports, world-class crabbing, fishing, kayaking, and undisturbed shoreline exploration. Chestertown is home to Washington College, the Chestertown Tea Party, and the sailing ship “Sultana.” Come Enjoy!
109 N Water St, Chestertown, MD 21620, USA