Wicomico County was established on the southeastern end of Maryland and borders the Transpeninsular Line as well as the Mason Dixon Line. There are approximately 100,000 residents living there, but the area is undergoing rapid change as new arrivals move in from the Metro area. The county covers a total of 339.79 square miles.
Although the county was created in 1867, Wicomico County finally received its charter in 1964. Land was carved out from Worchester and Somerset counties in the process of its creation. There are two cities, six towns, 11 Census-Designated Places and three non- Census-Designated Places in the county. The city of Salisbury is the official county seat.
Wicomico County has attracted many startup companies over the years and has a well-known reputation as a small business haven. The growth of the county has influenced the home values. Single family homes and condominiums are available in a variety of lot sizes, floor plans and bed/bath combinations.
There are many options available for singles, seniors and families of all sizes. Buyers can choose from a 1 bed, 2.0 baths condo to a 7 bed, 4 bath house with a bay front view. Wicomico County is home to a number of growing communities that offer privacy, security and peace of mind to families.