Centreville is the county seat of Queen Anne’s County. In 1782 the county authorized the county seat to be moved from Queenstown to a more central location thus giving the town its name of Centre Ville which was later changed to Centreville. Today Centreville is the largest town in Queen Anne’s County. Many of the original streets and buildings remain to this day and the historic part of the town boasts diverse architecture including elegant Victorian homes. There are many stores, restaurants and activities for your every convenience while still maintaining Centreville’s small town charm.
The town itself has grown and many neighborhoods have been established outside of the city limits. Parts of Centreville border the lovely Corsica and Chester Rivers where you will find many waterfront homes. There are an abundance of housing types from starter homes to large single family homes some of which have basements which is a rare find on the Eastern Shore. Here you will also find Symphony Village which is a premier 55 and over Active Adult Community. The community has an abundance of organized activities as well tennis, badminton, a putting green, indoor pool, outdoor pool, gym, bocce ball to name a few. The community also boasts a 13,800+ square foot clubhouse where you can have meetings, play games, do arts and crafts and where many community events are held.
Centreville has a little bit of something for everyone and you are sure to find this town to be a place you would love to call home.
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