From apartments and townhomes to luxury single family and historical homes, to waterfront properties, Charles County offers residents a wide variety of housing options, whether for purchase or for rent.

  • Village style communities: There are apartments and homes within walking distance to year-round attractions.
  • Family friendly neighborhoods: New home communities are abundant throughout Charles County and newcomers will find a great selection of new and single-family homes designed to fit every budget with excellent schools, both public and private, close by.
  • For those who want to escape the hustle and bustle: Scenic homes abound along back country roads.
  • Homes with amazing views: Waterfront properties with panoramic views.


St. Charles: A master planned community just 11 miles south of the Capital Beltway. Offers new homes and townhomes, as well as spacious apartments for rent or purchase.

Ryan Homes: One of the top builders in the country, Ryan Homes offers a number of single homes and townhomes for purchase throughout Charles County.

Zillow: Search database for listings of Charles County homes. 

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Ignite Entrepreneurship: Tips for Success from the College of Southern Marylandís Entrepreneur and Innovation Institute

Published: Monday, July 17, 2017

In our newest blog series, “Ignite Entrepreneurship,” we profile local entrepreneurs to learn more about what “ignited” their success, and also gain insights about being an entrepreneur in Charles County. For the first blog of this series, we sat down with Thomas Luginbill, director of the College of Southern Maryland’s newly-established Entrepreneur and Innovation Institute (EII).

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“We are proud to be a key part of Charles County’s future and we heartily encourage other, cutting-edge companies to join us.”

Doug Egan
Chief Executive Officer
Competitive Power Ventures

“Charles County’s strategic location in the DC Metro region affords us networking and business opportunities with some of the top names in our industry."

George Nash
Director of Business Development