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Easton MDEaston is a charming town with a population of around 16,500. With its rich history, friendly atmosphere, and abundance of amenities, Easton has become a popular choice for those looking for a high quality of life in a small town setting. 

Historical Charm & Vibrant Culture

Established in 1710, Easton boasts a fascinating history that can be seen and felt throughout the town. Known for its beautifully preserved historic architecture, Easton is home to many 18th and 19th century buildings that lend the town its unique charm. 

Residents and visitors alike can explore Easton's history through its numerous museums and cultural institutions, such as the Historical Society of Talbot County, the Academy Art Museum, and the Avalon Theatre. The town also hosts a variety of cultural events and festivals throughout the year.

A Great Place to Live

Easton offers an exceptional quality of life to its residents. The town has a strong sense of community and is known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere. With its tree lined streets, well maintained public spaces, and ample recreational facilities, Easton is a wonderful place to call home.

In addition to its cultural attractions, Easton is home to top notch public and private schools. The town is served by the Talbot County Public Schools, which are known for their excellent academic performance and diverse extracurricular offerings.

Easton also has a thriving local economy. The town has a diverse mix of businesses, ranging from small, locally owned shops and restaurants to larger employers in sectors such as healthcare, education, and government. 

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Outdoor Recreation & Natural Beauty

Residents have access to a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. The town is surrounded by beautiful countryside, offering plenty of chances for hiking, biking, and birdwatching. Easton is also just a short drive from the Chesapeake Bay, which provides opportunities for boating, fishing, and water sports.

The town itself has an impressive array of parks and green spaces, including Idlewild Park, Moton Park, and Thompson Park, each offering unique amenities such as playgrounds, sports fields, walking trails, and picnic areas. Easton's commitment to preserving its natural beauty and providing recreational opportunities for its residents is evident in the town's well maintained parks and public spaces.

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