Living in Salisbury, Maryland:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Salisbury, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Salisbury what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Downtown Salisbury is actually quite adorable. The shops are quaint, the setting is gorgeous, and there are several weekly events to look forward to attending throughout the entire year. The historic district is the perfect place to raise a family. The houses are incredible. They are old, but beautiful, with lovely yards and friendly neighbors.

Jordan, says: 2020

Anyone who has decided to move to Salisbury must be aware of the housing developments and neighborhoods in city and its area of influence. Affluent communities abound throughout the entire area, but some areas offer costly properties. For example, living along the Nanticoke Road corridor will include communities such as Nithsdale and Kensington Wood, and homes within these areas may cost between $400,000 and $800,000; many may cost even more.

Pavitra, says: 2020

Salisbury is the largest small town on the eastern shore of Maryland. It is a pocket of activity in the middle of a rural, coastal peninsula. Salisbury University brings cultural events and 1,000s of students to the area. Downtown Salisbury is quickly growing, with a myriad of small businesses–from a ceramics studio to a skateboard shop–adding to a culture that values shopping local and helping your neighbors.

Claudia, says: 2020

The city of Salisbury is known as a college town that is centered around Salisbury University (SU). SU is a larger public university. Outside of the university, individuals can visit the Salisbury Zoo. The non-profit zoo is free to enter and is open year round.

Jessica, says: 2020

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