A Local's Guide To Living at Symphony Village in Centreville, MD

Written By Malcolm Lawson

Offering luxury living for adults, Symphony Village is an award-winning community. It has just under 400 single-family homes, all designed for retirees who want to maintain an active lifestyle. There are currently around 700 residents in Symphony Village. To purchase a home or rent in the community, at least one resident in your household must be at least 55 years old.

About Symphony Village

Symphony Village 55+ Community

Symphony Village has an area of around 140 acres, including about 62 acres of open space. There are also forested areas in the community, including woodlands and wetlands, as well as three ponds, walking trails, and a community flower garden. Other outdoor amenities include a patio, a veranda, a gazebo, a picnic pavilion, and a playground, which is particularly popular with the residents’ grandchildren.

Symphony Village also organizes events through its Lifestyle Committee. There are monthly meetings in the card room as well as regular movie nights and day trips to places like Cambridge, Snow Hill, and Berlin.

Symphony Village Amenities

Symphony Village Centreville Maryland

There is a huge number of facilities on site for everything from socializing to staying fit. Some of the amenities you will have available to you include:

  • Fitness Center
  • Aerobics and Dance Studio
  • Indoor & Outdoor Pool
  • Ballroom
  • Tennis Courts
  • Bocce Ball Courts
  • Spa
  • putting Green
  • Golf Course
  • Badminton Courts
  • Horseshoe Pits

Clubs and Classes

Symphony Village Amenities

For more regular activities, residents can choose from a variety of clubs and classes. The community has a full-time activities director on site who organizes everything. Just a small selection of the clubs available includes:

  • Cycling Group
  • Bingo
  • Aqua Zumba
  • American Legion Riders
  • Jimmy Buffet Happy Hour
  • Sit n’ Stitch, Paintbrush Party
  • Lunch Bunch.

Many activities take place in the Symphony Village Clubhouse, which is exclusively for residents only. It is 13,800 square feet and made up of several activity rooms, such as a billiards room, Wall Street room, arts and crafts studio, conference room, computer room, catering kitchen, and grand music room. In addition, there is a café, library, lounge, and locker rooms.

Things to Do in Centreville

Centreville is a small town on the Eastern Shore, just 18 miles from Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The most popular activities with residents are anything that involves being out on the water — for instance, fishing, kayaking, and boating. There are also many options around the town for seafood dining.

In the summer, Centreville holds the Queen Anne’s County Fair. Other events take place throughout the year, such as a regular drive-in movie night at the wharf. The town also has a number of attractions; in particular, a large number of historical buildings.

From Centreville, it is easy to reach several other small towns of interest, including Chestertown, Easton, and St. Michaels, Kent Island (the largest island in Chesapeake Bay) and beaches on the Delmarva Peninsula are also nearby.

Millstream Park is located on the south end of town and has a playground, a pavilion, basketball court, benches and a paved walking trail.  According to the County, future plans call for extending the trail to the Business Park and Symphony Village as well as making additional trail connections to North Brook and Providence Farm.

The Centreville Wharf and Waterfront are open to the public to provide access to the Corsica River and has a 450-foot boardwalk with two observation/fishing platforms and 5 finger piers with ten boat slips.  The Wharf also has a 270 feet of living shoreline in addition to a floating kayak launch for anyone interested in exploring the many water trails in the area.  Adjacent to the QAC Land are two pocket parks which include a gazebo, pavilion, and parking.

Centreville’s Farmer’s Market runs every Wednesday from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. and every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. through October 29th.

Click here to read our entire Guide To Living In Centreville Maryland.

Homes in Symphony Village

All the properties in Symphony Village have a main-level living area and use open floor plans for an airy feel. The average lot size is just under 7,000 square feet, with between 1,400 and 3,320 square feet of living space. There are 13 different models, but since all the properties are resale only, just a selection of these models are available at any given time.

Prices range from just under $300,000 to about $550,000. This large variation in price means it’s possible to find just the kind of property you want. The smallest homes have two bedrooms and two bathrooms, whereas the largest has four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Whatever you choose, your home will have had a dual walk-in closet, a two-car garage, tiled bathrooms, and oak kitchen cabinets when first built. Some homes also have sunrooms, lofts, finished basements, and fireplaces.

Finding a Home in Symphony Village

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