Somerset Landing D.R. Horton

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1,497 - 1,906



Somerset Landing

Somerset Landing is currently sold out. Contact us for information about our nearby communities: Huntingfields, The Preserve at Aydelotte Farm or Rowen's Mill.

The only new home community in historic Princess Anne, Maryland, Somerset Landing offers affordable, move-in ready homes.

The Somerset Landing community is conveniently located to Route 13, with easy access to daily necessities, the Somerset County Civic Center, University of Maryland Eastern Shore and the Chesapeake Bay. Neighbors enjoy visiting Pemberton Historical Park, grabbing a bite to eat at Beach to Bay Seafood and spending the day at Deal Island. This community offers ranch and two-story homes featuring spacious floor plans ranging from 1,333 - 1,906 square feet in the Somerset County school district.

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Rebecca Allicock
Online Sales Consultant
[email protected]
Sales Office
935 Marquis Avenue
Salisbury, MD 21801

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School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Princess Anne Elementary School

Public | PK - 5

2 mi.
School Name Distance

Somerset Intermediate School

Public | 6 - 7

9 mi.
School Name Distance

Washington High School & Academy

Public | 8 - 12

3 mi.

Nearby Communities (4)

Rowen's Mill

Homes from the $343s
1,748 - 2,814 sq. ft.

Amenities: Gated, Pool, Club House, Walking - Nature Trails, Fishing Pond

Camden East

Homes from the $239s
1,356 - 1,356 sq. ft.


Sassafras Meadows

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1,497 - 2,511 sq. ft.


The Preserve at Aydelotte Farm

Homes from the $245s
1,530 - 1,530 sq. ft.


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Area Information

Welcome to Maryland

From the cascading waterfalls to rocky-mountain terrain, rolling farm hills and white-sandy beaches, with such a wide-variety of terrain, it’s no wonder Maryland is often referred to as “America in Miniature.”

Maryland is a state filled with national “firsts.” The United States Naval Academy was founded in Annapolis on October 10, 1845. The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore employed the first female professor of medicine in 1901. It’s also home to the country’s first railroad station, first umbrella factory, first telegraph line and first dental school.

Maryland leads the nation in blue crab production, and residents were ranked as some of the nation’s happiest. Perhaps it has something to do with the herds of majestic feral ponies on the famous Assateague Island.