The median home value in Williamsport, MD is $296,500.
the county median home value of $222,500.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Williamsport, MD is $296,500.
Approximately 45% of Williamsport homes are owned,
compared to 47% rented, while
8% are vacant.
Williamsport real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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NEW LISTING! GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! TURN KEY General Store together with a 2 story brick house that is tenant occupied! All inventory, fixtures and equipment convey with the general store. Business licenses that may transfer with the property include: OFF SALE Beer/Wine, LOTTERY & TIP JAR, LIVE BAIT, and Health Dept licensing for food sales. As per Washington County, there are currently NO OFF SALE Beer/Wine licenses being issued at this time so having the opportunity to own the store that has Off Sale beer/wine is a huge plus!! The General Store is highly visited especially in the spring, summer and fall when boaters and fisherman are making their way to the Potomac River at Dam #4! It's a must stop for food, drinks, ice, bait, snacks, lotto and beer! The all brick house next door is included in the list price of $629,900 and has a long term tenant! Don't miss out on the opportunity to own a little piece of history! Call to schedule your tour!!
249 S Conococheague, Williamsport MD 21795 Laundry and Real Estate for Sale or Lease- Commercial building on a corner lot with ample parking - Great Location, the ONLY laundry in Williamsport- Since 1960. 26 Washers - 8x2 stack Dryers = 16. Business Opportunity for growth. Turn-Key laundromat. Wheelchair accessible entrance. OWNER IS A REAL ESTATE AGENT
This mixed-use investment property presents a unique opportunity for a user to enter into the growing Williamsport market. The property offers a flexible floorplan and is comprised by 1,600 SF store front on main level, and a 1,600 SF fully renovated apartment on 2nd floor. Flexible Commercial Zoning Allows for a Variety of Uses
Distillery Historic complex. Historic Springfield Farm Village-Circa 1700's-Believed to have the nations oldest distillery complex and adjoining spring water site. PERHAPS ONE OF THE MOST HISTORIC AMERICAN PROPERTIES TO COME ON THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET IN MEMORY. Springfield exceeds private & governmental criteria in determining national historical significance. A visit here is a tour of 5 centuries of important American history. Springfield IS LOCATED IN A TOWN THAT IS A NATIONAL TOURIST DESTINATION, WHOâS C&O NATIONAL PARK ATTRACTS APPROXIMATELY 4 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR. SPRINGFIELD, IT'S OCCUPANTS&FAMILY MEMBERS HAVE HAD MAJOR ROLES IN AMERICAN HISTORY. WARS- French and Indian Wars, War of 1812, Revolutionary War& Civil War. CONFLICTS- Indian Conflicts, Whiskey Rebellion& Native American Encampment. FAMOUS GENERALS Gen. Williams was a Revolutionary War hero, A virtual âWhoâs Whoâ of Civil War luminaries encamped at Springfield& General Braddock traded here during the French and Indian War. CIVIL WAR HISTORY- Springfield&nearby Falling Waters Battlefield were Robert E. Leeâs final northern soil encampments during the Gettysburg Campaign.1000 wagons of wounded flooded Springfield and the town. Major engagements ensued here before Lee escaped across the Potomac River to Southern soil. The Springfield Distillery saved the town from burning .The Confederate direct reports notified their generals that they could not burn down Williamsport(as they had ransomed other towns) asâ Williamsport is where we get our whiskey.â ARCHITECTURAL AND SITE HISTORY- 17th,18th, 19th,20th &21th century site and architecture& An Early Native American site. DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE- Several family members were signers. TRANSPORTATION HISTORY- C&O Canal surveyor, Rivertown Founder& Important in the National Road & Railroad Development. PRESIDENTIAL HISTORY- Where George Washington dined when he visited to consider Williamsport for the Nationâs Capital. Where George Washington stayed when returning from the Whiskey Rebellion. INDUSTRIAL HISTORY- DISTILLERY COMPLEX-OLDEST IN AMERICA- The Still House -4 story Stone distillery structure, circa early to mid 1700âs. Spring & Springhouse date to late 1600s to 1727- has piping connected to the distillery. Distillerâs Quarters,Barrel Fermentation Cellar,Tavern,Carriage House,Livery Stable,Gatekeeper'sHouse & 2 additional barns. This is believed to be the oldest distillery complex in the nation. It even predates George Washingtonâs Distillery. This property could be the crown jewel of the nationâs famous historic Whiskey Trail Tourist Attraction, a driving tour of the earliest distilleries. The current crown jewel is The George Washington Mount Vernon Distillery Complex which is not as old & is a total reproduction.The economic possibilities for tours and product branding are impressive. CONTIGUOUS PUBLIC MUNICIPAL AMENITIES- Springfield Barn Museum- one of the stateâs largest bank barns & other period agricultural buildings, modern rest room pavilion, picnic area, gardens, parkland & benches, Civil War Walking Trails and displays, parking, public swimming pool complex& outdoor events center. WALKING DISTANCE - C&O CANAL,NEW NATIONAL PARK & HEADQUARTERS & POTOMAC RIVER. Springfieldâs RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES- 4 residential structures comprising 5 separate homes in the Historic Springfield Farm Village. They are the Manor House - Colonial Wing and the Ballroom Wing, the Still House, the Gate House & the Spring House. Additionally there is a restorable guest cottage. THE MANOR HOUSE- Ballroom, Tavern -now the formal dining room, Public rooms - numerous parlors, library&2 dining rooms, Private Rooms - 9 bedrooms, support facilities, 2 kitchens & prep room. SEE 125 PHOTOGRAPHS, VIRTUAL TOUR, ARIELS AND SLIDESHOW FOR BUILDING INVENTORY, SITE FEATURES, INTERIORS, AND AMENITIES. ASK AGENT FOR DETAILS ON POTENTIAL ZONING.
The Famous Williamsport Byron Tannery The subject property consists of a two parcels of land (Parcel 110 & 107) that was used in the capacity of an industrial/manufacturing property. The primary location of the property is at 15717 Clear Spring Road, Williamsport, MD. Combined these sites are improved with 372,245 square feet of industrial, manufacturing building improvements (6 Individual Buildings) and Approximately 94.95 Gross Acres with 86 useable acres. Public gas, electric, water & sewer. Has its own waste water treatment plant with a minimum capacity of 1.2 million gallons per day of Primary through tertiary industrial pre-treatment capabilities. Has private spring water well with pumping capability of 136 + gallons per minute. C lean Environmental. Reports are available to Qualified Buyers. Zoned ORI. (Office, Research and Industry District) Excellent location - less than 2 miles to I-81 and just over 3miles to I-70. The property is located along the west side of Clear Spring Road just north of Clear Spring Roadâs intersection with East Potomac Street (Route 11). The subject is comprised of two parcels of land and is found and described by the Washington County Assessorâs Office as Tax Map 56, Grid 1, and Parcels (110 & 107). The subject property is in the 2nd Election District within Census Tract 108.01, Block Group 1, and Block 1052.