Berlin Real Estate

Berlin was developed on 300 acres of land formerly known as the Burley Plantation. Native American hunting and migratory trails were developed into colonial highways, some of which are still in use today! The rise of nearby communities such as Ocean Pines to the north and Ocean City to the east have fueled Berlin’s growth over the years. Explore the rich history of Berlin and see why it is rated as one of the best places to live in Maryland. Read more about Berlin, Maryland.

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Berlin Real Estate Stats

Average Price $499K
Lowest Price $55K
Highest Price $1.4M
Total Listings 34
Avg. Days On Market 150
Avg. Price/SQFT $270

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Berlin homes for sale showcase a range of styles from Contemporary houses, farmhouses, traditional homes, custom-built homes, Victorian-inspired, Colonial styles, and Craftsman homes. You will find a range of single-story to multi-story single-family homes and lots waiting for you to build your dream home. Families looking to call Berlin home are delighted to find highly rated schools at all levels as well as many community amenities.

Overall Berlin homes tend to have an above-average value when compared to the rest of the state which helps prospective buyers feel confident in their investment.

Berlin is known for its historic past and lively Arts & Entertainment District. Keep reading about the Berlin community below, or find out how you can make this amazing place your home by reaching out to one of the local Northrop Realty agents.

Berlin Community Information

Those looking for that small-town atmosphere will feel right at home in Berlin.

The community of Berlin offers many amenities as well as a dedicated Arts & Entertainment district in the heart of the downtown. Explore numerous shops and restaurants while enjoying the unique history and architecture downtown Berlin has retained.

Living in Berlin, MD you will also be close to some of Maryland’s best beaches! Make sure to add Assateague State Park to your list of places to visit and see the wild horses and ponies this park is known for.

Located at the junction of US Route 50 and US Route 113 residents of Berlin have easy access for commuting to a number of nearby communities including Salisbury to the west, Ocean City to the east, to the north you'll find Selbyville, and to the south Snow Hill and Pocomoke City.

Berlin, MD History

Berlin, Maryland has a long history. First home to Indigenous populations, Berlin later became the site of a plantation, and would remain so for the next hundred years. Development into a village began in the late 1700s, however Berlin would not be officially incorporated as a town until the year 1868.

Many efforts have been taken to preserve the historic buildings within the town. There are forty-seven listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Berlin, Maryland is home to its own historic downtown area, centered around Main Street.

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