Meredith Fine Properties to open St. Michaels office

Meredith Fine Properties will be opening their new St. Michaels office in March 2021.

ST. MICHAELS — Diners who have eaten at Theo’s or the Bistro since early December have probably noticed the red door and Meredith Fine Properties sign in the window of the neighboring building on Talbot Street. Formerly a decades-old poster shop, 405 Talbot St. will become the St. Michaels office of Meredith Fine Properties this spring.

Owner Cliff Meredith had been looking for a St. Michaels location for several years, and was excited when this opportunity surfaced.

“We’ve been dealing with residential and small commercial properties in St. Michaels since the company was founded,” he said. “Having a local facility will ensure our St. Michaels clients will receive that top-quality service we are known for.”

Pending completion of the retrofitting, the opening is tentatively scheduled for March 2021.

Meredith Fine Properties has been in business for over 30 years. They specialize in listing and selling residential and commercial properties, waterfront estates, farms, second homes, and investment properties, just to name a few. Cliff Meredith has been rated #16 out of 1.35 million real estate agents in the country by The Wall Street Journal, and the #1 real estate agent in Maryland by Real Trends in association with Trulia and Zillow. Meredith Fine Properties has 36 agents and reached $90 million in sales in 2018.

To find out more about Meredith Fine Properties, call 410-822-6272 or visit meredith fineproperties.com

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