Berlin, named "America's Coolest Small Town" in 2014, is only a few miles from the beautiful resort town of Ocean City, Maryland. Berlin is truly an amazing place to live or visit, with a history that dates back to 1649. Berlin officially became a town in 1790 and is named after the legendary Burleigh Inn at which colonial travelers stopped on their way to and from the commerce centers to the north and west.
In the town of Berlin itself, there is plenty to do and see. Take in Berlin's late 19th century architecture, its abundance of antique shops, locally-owned shops and galleries, including A Little Bit Sheepish, Inca Ruins, World of Toys, The Beez Kneez Boutique, and Victorian Charm, and many fabulous restaurants, including the stately Atlantic Hotel on Main Street. Take a tour of the Burley Oak Brewing Company, or enjoy a performance at the Globe Theatre. Visit such historic sites as the Buckingham Archaeological Site, Burley Manor, or Caleb's Discovery. Nearby Assateague State Park is a prime example of nature at its best with its untamed marshlands, its herds of wild horses, and a variety of beautiful water birds.
Many great real estate opportunities are available in Berlin. Lots, ranging in size from a few thousand sq. ft. to over six acres, are available in Berlin and range in price from $26,000 to nearly $200,000. Small, cozy houses of approximately 600 sq. ft. can be purchased for under $100,000. Condos start at a little over $100,000, and higher-end homes, with multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, are around $500,000. Several homes in Berlin feature private piers with direct water access. Home styles in Berlin represent architecture from three periods: Federal, Victorian, and 20th Century. With diverse real estate options and a long list of wonderful amenities, Berlin is a great place to buy a home.
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