The median home value in Sunderland, MD is $627,388.
the county median home value of $320,096.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Sunderland, MD is $627,388.
Approximately 81% of Sunderland homes are owned,
compared to 13.5% rented, while
5% are vacant.
Sunderland real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Very well updated 3 bed / 1.5 bath split foyer in beautiful country setting off Pushaw Station rd. Large lot with mature trees. Open concept kitchen with new island. Tons of updated features, including flooring, trim/paint, new outlets (tamper resistant), new lights, smoke detectors, and more! Most all big items are only a few years old (about 2-6 years old), such as - HVAC, roof, and well expansion tank. Large storage shed is only a few years old and in phenomenal shape. Close access to rt 2/4. Don't miss this opportunity in northern Calvert County - Contact us for a private showing!
Highlights about the house. It was built in 1978 and we are the second owners. We've been here since 2001 and I'm very familiar with everything in the house and in the property. The house has a new roof as of December and I believe the warranty is transferable the house has long windows that were replaced about 12 years ago. They also have a warranty that guarantees the windows and I believe it is transferable. The windows are made of industrial glass with a mylar film in the middle of the two industrial pieces of glass. They are rated for I believe R8. They were about 26,000 to do all the windows years ago. The warranty guarantees the window against breakage of any kind, and I did have to make two claims and they came out and repaired them at no cost. Again I believe that warranty is transferable. The house has a new water tank and pressure switch. It has a dual water tank water softener that regenerates only after a certain volume of water has passed through it. That saves a lot of electricity and salt by gauging the regeneration by volume instead of time like many water softens do. Also having two tanks you can regenerate at any time of the day. It just simply switches over to the other tank. Coming in from the well there's a whole house water filter that catches debris before it enters the system. The (Craftmade) cabinets in the kitchen will replace around 2005. The entertainment system stays with the house if the buyer is interested. It's a stereo system that has 11 subwoofers and each subwoofer has its own amplifier. The television is an 82 in DLP but the picture is very sharp. Again the couch also stays with the system since the subwoofers are built into the couch, or should I say seven of them are. Also in the kitchen there is a water filtration system. It's a Culligan system that has reverse osmosis and many other filters. It only needs to be replaced every other year and filters out almost everything. The water is safe to drink and has no strange taste or odor to it. The master bath is currently being remodeled and will have a walk-in shower, all of it will be tile. I have a professional plumber doing the work. That bathroom is included in the price. The house had new siding put on it approximately 2006. It had an extra layer of insulation put on the house at the time of installing the new siding. The house has a new roof as of December 2021 and the warranty is transferable. The property does have a 30,000 gallon swimming pool that's 9 ft deep and was refinished approximately 2007. There is a pool house that has a commode, sink, outside shower and has hot and cold water. The swimming pool needs a new pump but other than that everything is ready to go, vacuum systems, two pool covers. The barn is a two-story Barn and has a utility sink and running water and 220 volt. The garage also has heat and air conditioning pumped into it if desired. The septic system has always functions properly and was regularly clean our average electric bill in this house is about $130 a month. The first thing I did when I moved in in 2001 was put 12 inches of blown insulation in the Attic. The house has LED bulbs throughout, and it also has a radon eliminator that was cut into the foundation. The house has a wood burning stove and also has a humidifier built into the air handler. The heat pump is a Train 16 seer and has always performed flawlessly. There's also an ultraviolet light in the air duct system to kill any harmful particles. The property sits on 5 and 1/4 acres and there is a stream in the back of the property that feeds into the Chesapeake Bay. There are walking trails on the property and I could cut additional walking trails for a potential buyer if desired. The deck off the kitchen is made out of mahogany wood.
Back on market cleaned out, freshly painted with new carpet. This house income potential, the basement can be rented out as an apartment with a separate entrance and kitchen, the outbuildings and garage have their own driveway and can be rented as a workshop or storage. Enjoy lots of natural light, a sunroom with its own HVAC and a cozy fireplace that walks out to your deck with a gazebo. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms on the main level. Your lower level is completely finished with a cozy fireplace and a kitchen. Your lower level bathroom also features a Jacuzzi tub and your bedroom has a cedar closet! Outside the three acres has a detached oversize garage with a second level that can be used as an office. This building has HVAC and an air filtration system. This is a woodworker, contractors dream building. The second building contains two levels with plenty of storage. This is a property you have to see to appreciate. The roof and HVAC system is less than five years old. The location is mostly private with highly rated schools. Donât wait on this one, itâs just too good to last! THE PLAYHOUSE IS NOT INCLUDED.