Shore Studios captured aerial photos of a lot for sale in the heart of Historic Downtown Chestertown. Listed by Liddy Cambell of Cross Street Realtors, the lot is one of the last undeveloped parcels in the downtown and is primed for development. Sitting on Cross Street, one of the main thoroughfares through town, the site is located conveniently next to eateries, professional offices, condos, and the rail trail, and is a quick walk from Wilmer Park and the Chester River.
What we love most about this listing are the endless possibilities afforded to a developer. Since the lot is undeveloped, the site is perfectly suited for mixed-use construction--professional offices or a restaurant on the first floor with apartments on the floors above. A building like this would lend itself well to the neighboring architecture and provide a cool and desirable place to live in the heart of town.
Better still, $80,000 worth of electrical work has already been done and the lot is easily served by nearby public utilities. The parcel falls within an Enterprise Zone, a designation that comes with real property tax credits as well as income tax credits for a business that moves into the newly constructed building.
With Dixon Valve--an international manufacturer headquartered right in town--going through a significant expansion and the Chestertown Marina undergoing a major revitalization, there has never been such a good time to invest in the town's future until now.
Additional details of the building and the contact information for Liddy Campbell, listing agent, can be found here.
by Sam Shoge
Sam Shoge founded Shore Studios in the spring of 2017 to capture photography and videography of the Eastern Shore and Chesapeake lifestyle from new, aerial perspectives. Using sophisticated drone technology, Shoge is passionate about bringing a new dimension to storytelling regarding what makes the Eastern Shore and Chesapeake Bay so special. To learn more about Shore Studios and how to schedule an aerial photography session, click here.