More homeowners are looking to relocate away from large cities after COVID-19 and with the rise of remote working. As people leave the DC area, small communities like Easton see new residents move in and embrace the peaceful and relaxed lifestyle that only a small Maryland town can offer.
Easton is an exceptional place to call home with its mix of gorgeous 18th-century buildings and modern living. It’s a small town with a soothing and idyllic atmosphere that residents choose to get away from crowded and bustling spaces.
But make no mistake: Easton is a lively town that features plenty of dining, art, and activities. The city also hosts exciting events, including the annual Waterfowl Festival, which sees as many as 20,000 visitors come to enjoy art displays, amazing food, live music, and fun contests.
Easton is on the west coast of the Delmarva peninsula, directly across the Bay from Washington D.C. The heart of the District is less than two hours away from this community surrounded by beautiful scenery.
The Tred Avon River runs south of Easton, while the Choptank River borders the small town to the east. Hikers and nature lovers will appreciate the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge located around 20 miles south and the Wye Island Natural Resources Management Area to the north.
Nature is also an integral part of the Easton community, such as the nearby Choptank Wetlands Preserve, Idlewild Park, and the marinas bordering the Tred Avon River.
Easton is a thriving town with a lot to savor. You can start your day by shopping for fresh produce at the Amish Country Farmers’ Market before heading down to the Tred Avon River for some fresh seafood.
Next, the Hog Neck Golf Course is an ideal choice for staying active while taking in the outdoors. If boating is more your thing, the Easton Point Marina will quickly become a favorite destination.
You can then spend the afternoon browsing the art galleries in the downtown area or visiting the Academy Art Museum before catching a show at the Ebenezer Theater or Avalon Foundation.
End the day by relaxing and enjoying some fusion cuisine at one of Easton’s many highly rated restaurants.
Koch Homes’ Bretridge neighborhood is a tranquil area northeast of Easton. It’s one of the spots Koch Homes selected for new construction due to its lovely small-town setting and closeness to water and wildlife.
With four different floor plans to choose from, you can easily find a home with features that match your lifestyle. Koch Homes at Bretridge is an ideal neighborhood for embracing a more relaxed lifestyle and life by the water, whether you’re working from home or plan on commuting via U.S. Route 50 or 301.
The diverse single-family floor plans stand out with our incredible attention to detail, spacious designs, and luxurious amenities. Plus, you’ll get to live in beautifully designed outdoor spaces that invite you to spend more time in nature.
Get in touch with Koch Homes to learn more about available homes in Bretridge!