Wye Mills is an unincorporated community in Talbot County, Maryland. Wye Mills is located at the intersection of Maryland Route 662 and Maryland Route 404 just south of the Queen Anne’s County border.
Located a short drive to downtown Easton and Queen Anne’s County, where you will find movie theaters, fine/casual dining, grocery stores, shopping, art galleries, museums, antique shops, fishing charters, sailing, cruises and much, much more!
The Wye Mills, Maryland real estate community offers numerous housing choices from historic “in-town” homes, in-land homes in all price ranges, homes with acreage, affordable waterfront homes, and luxury waterfront estates.
Wye Mills is the home of the Wye Mill which has been in nearly continuous operation since 1682. Today, it houses a museum in addition to its mill operations.
The Wye Oak (Maryland’s honorary state tree, which was destroyed on June 6, 2002, by a severe thunderstorm), was located in Wye Mills.
The Old Wye Church or St. Luke’s is the only Anglican church that is dated back to the 18th century in Talbot County. The church opened in 1712.
The Wye House is a plantation mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Places, dating back to between 1780 and 1790. Also listed are the Old Wye Church, Miller’s House, and Wilton.
The town also harbors Maryland’s first regional community college, Chesapeake College.
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