Cecilton MD Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Cecilton, MD is $115,000.
the county median home value of $230,100.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Cecilton, MD is $115,000.
Approximately 57.07% of Cecilton homes are owned,
compared to 39.6% rented, while
3.33% are vacant.
Cecilton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Cecilton real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION! OPPORTUNITY!!! Cover your costs! COMMERCIAL in Town of Cecilton, along Scenic Byway - Main Thoroughfare exposure - Used prior as Dental Office - May NOT be used as same, or any Dental Practice, for period of 3 years. 2nd Floor Rental with good long term history, separate entrance, currently occupied with income. Otherwise, possibilities as Office, Retail, or other Commercial uses, as deemed within County/Town Regs., or decide to make 1st floor rental unit also for added income! Renovate to your preferred use. Some Improvements have been new furnace 2018, Waiting Room and Stone done in 2010, on 1st floor. Upstairs Apartment may be shown upon 2nd Showing, unless advance notice is given and confirmed. Rental amount will be disclosed to qualified Buyers only. Property being sold "As Is". Fully paved & Parking spaces (8 +/-?), side and back of property, with 2 ingress and egress points. Sheds that are currently on Property, will be emptied. Make an appointment today! See Also Listing #MDCC170264 - I
PRICE ADJUSTMENT!!! Back to Active, financing fell through. Zoned Town Center, so you can live where you work. Come and rehab this old farmhouse style home. Take this charming old house and make it your own. Needs some love, but she has good bones. The old garage can be updated too and with the large rear yard, think about a large garden or possible parking for a multiuse property. This home is located in Town Center Zoning which allows a business or mixed use or a residential use. Feel free to check with the Town of Cecilton for specific zoning uses in the Town Center Zone. Here is what we know from the seller's son: within the past ten years (approx. three years prior to the house first going on the market) the electrical system was updated and re-wired and a new breaker box installed by CPR Electric, and the plumbing and heating systems were re-done by Andy Boulden, including the installation of a new boiler, oil tank, installation of new plumbing to the powder room downstairs, installation of the sinks, toilets, tub/shower, etc. Basically, all the systems were replaced, just about every pipe and wire. This is a FIXER-UPPER!
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