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Living in Annapolis, MD

 

When you live in Annapolis, Maryland, you become enveloped in the city's rich history. The street plan hasn't changed much since the city's inception in 1695 and provides a charming and dramatic backdrop to sites like the Maryland State House and the beautiful Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis features impressive brick mansions built for some of the nation's founding fathers and rows of simple wood-frame dwellings erected in the same time period. Spending time on the water is a favorite pastime of local residents. Boats of all shapes and sizes are tied up at the City Dock, which is surrounded by colonial-era taverns that have been fully restored and modernized.

 

Maryland State House - state capitol -  in Annapolis, MD

What You'll Find in Annapolis, M.D.

 

Living in Annapolis means no shortage of fun and excitement. One of the city's biggest attractions is the United States Naval Academy. You don't have to enlist to sneak a peak at this remarkable institution. Everyone is welcome to explore the campus and participate in guided tours that provide an up-close look at the life of a midshipman. Be sure to take in some of the impressive attractions, like the crypt of John Paul Jones, the famous naval hero. At the nearby Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, watch football, hockey and lacrosse games, or take in a show. The young men and women of the also academy put on several theatrical and musical performances throughout the year.

 

 

Quiet Waters Park is the most visited park in Annapolis, Maryland. Spend the day at Quiet Waters bird watching, biking, kayaking or relaxing with a nice picnic. You'll also find several designated play areas just for dogs. During the summer, the park hosts a variety of free live concerts. The city's picturesque waterfront backdrop, easy access to the bounty of the sea and the energetic pulse of the neighborhood offer the perfect backdrop for exceptional dining and nightlife.

 

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A Place to Call Home

The Annapolis neighborhood sits at the confluence of the Severn River and Chesapeake Bay, about 30 miles east of Washington, D.C., and 25 miles south of Baltimore.

If you are looking for homes for sale in Annapolis, you won't be disappointed with your choices. The city offers a range of Annapolis real estate for different needs and budgets, including condominiums, townhouses and luxurious homes with large yards. If you want to live on the water, you'll also find plenty of options with beautiful views and easy access to the boating lifestyle. Regardless of what address you choose, Annapolis delivers charm, history and easy access to some of the region's freshest seafood!


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  • Recognized as the city’s biggest attraction, the U.S. Naval Academy offers guided tours of the campus, a fun way to spend an afternoon.
  • Sports and theater lovers make their way to the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, which plays host to a variety of sporting events plus theatrical plays and concerts.
  • Nature lovers reenergize at Quiet Waters Park, the perfect place to watch birds, go for a bike ride or have a nice picnic. The park also features several play areas for your furry friend.

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Annapolis Real Estate at a Glance

  • 458 Homes Sold*
  • 107 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $559,000 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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