c.1920 Foreclosure Eastern Shore Maryland Under $50K ~ Sold

806 Locust St, Cambridge, MD 21613     $49,900 ~ Sold for $42K



If you love history, fishing and living near the water, this foreclosure may interest you. It is located in the historic district of Cambridge, a friendly and water-centered town on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. You see a lot of this style house on the Eastern Shore.


Cambridge is one of the oldest colonial cities in Maryland, the birthplace of Harriet Tubman, and the source of inspiration for the fictional town of Patamoke in James Michener’s best seller Chesapeake.

The city is also home to Horn Point Laboratory, the largest oyster hatchery on the East Coast. Folklore has it that in 1699 William Kidd hid treasure stolen from sugar traders on land where Horn Point Lab stands today. 

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Great opportunity in the Historic District. Foreclosure is close to downtown restaurants and events. This spacious home allows you to renovate to your style. The staircase is original and beautiful. At this price this wont last long.

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