Annapolis, Maryland homes for sale

Annapolis, Maryland Real Estate and Community Information

As “America’s Sailing Capital,” and one of the United States’ most storied communities, Annapolis, Maryland showcases the perfect mix of thriving culture and rich history. Tucked neatly into the Northwest shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay, and set right on the mouth of the Severn River, the nautical lifestyle has been a staple of Annapolis living since the settlement’s founding in 1649. Annapolis is also a significant part of the Baltimore-Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area and serves as Maryland’s state capital. The United States Naval Academy calls Annapolis home, and the school’s 4,500 students- called Midshipmen- breathe exuberance into the City’s already lively community.

Today Annapolis attracts residents who have a taste for the fine arts, fine dining, and an active lifestyle. Residents and visitors alike enjoy taking full advantage of Annapolis’ waterfront activities, historically significant scenery, and tremendous dining options.

Shopping and Dining

Local dining options offer something for everyone. Chick and Ruth’s Delly, known for their excellent sandwiches, old fashioned milk shakes and baked goods; Harry Browne’s offers legendary crab cakes and has won numerous awards and accolades; Middleton Tavern traces its history all the way back to 1750, and has hosted luminaries like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. McGarvey’s has won the Capital and Best of Annapolis reader’s choice winner as Best Bar and Best Raw Bar; Hells Point on the downtown waterfront serves a variety of outstanding seafood; Treaty of Paris operates a boutique hotel and outstanding restaurant.

An epicenter for remarkable shopping opportunities, Annapolis continues to impress with its hip boutiques, quaint local specialty shops, and essential chain stores. Annapolis features the Westfield Mall and the Annapolis-Harbour Center is not far away. For the more fashion conscious, venture in to one of the city’s amazing boutiques. For the trendy fashions, check out Madison Boutique or Diva. For fine jewelry, Zachary’s Fine Jewelers  at 100 Main Street is the premier jeweler in Annapolis. For American crafts, visit Easy Street Gallery, or for pottery there’s always something interesting at Annapolis Pottery.

Parks and Recreation

Annapolis features several picturesque parks, which preserve and display the beautiful scenery of this historic maritime city. With a rich and storied tradition as one of the most influential cities in America, Annapolis is much more than just museums and sailboats. The Maryland State House is the oldest building of its ilk still in use today and daily tours allow locals and visitors to explore this iconic piece of Americana. Annapolis also plays host to a thriving community theatre scene, which includes two venues in the historic district. The Colonial Players’ annual musical version of A Christmas Carol is a local favorite. The Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre puts on three shows during the warmer months.

Annapolis hosts the annual United States Sailboat Show, recognized as the biggest and best show for new, in-water sailboats. This is followed closely by the United States Powerboat Show, the oldest in-water powerboat show in the country.

Annapolis, MD
Annapolis, MD

Living

Annapolis features a variety of neighborhoods, each with their own unique feel. This, along with the city’s thriving maritime culture, makes Annapolis Real Estate some of the most sought after in the Baltimore-Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area. Whether you are looking for extraordinary property, a waterfront retreat, or you’re searching for a home in Historic Annapolis, Annapolis is a community you will be proud to call home.

Schools, Health, Transportation

In addition to the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis is also home to the historic St. John’s College. A direct descendant of King William’s School, St. John’s has been educating the Annapolis community since 1784. The Anne Arundel County Public Schools system serve Annapolis public school needs, while there are also several private schools for residents to choose from as well. The Annapolis Department of Transportation (ADOT) provides eight different Annapolis routes and also offers several commuter buses to the Baltimore and D.C. areas. Medical needs for Annapolis residents are met by the Anne Arundel Medical center, which is renowned for its in-patient care and patient satisfaction.

Additional Information

Annapolis has water taxis service between Historic Annapolis and Eastport Peninsula. Watermark Cruises – www.Watermarkcruises.com – Provides an engaging Annapolis experience on the water with celebrations, sightseeing and Annapolis/Eastport water taxis for locals and tourists.

If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, give us a call at (410) 224-4999 or send us an email to explore your options and to find out when is the best time for you to make a move.

Contact Information

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John Collins, Realtor
JohnCollinsGroup of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc
108 Old Solomons Island Road - U4
Annapolis MD 21401
Office: 410-224-4999
Cell: 410-693-6000
Fax: 410-224-4032 Email: John@JohnCollinsGroup.
John Collins, Realtor
 Office: 410-224-4999 * Cell: 410-693-6000
www.JohnCollinsGroup.Com
 of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.   
Office: 410-224-4999 Cell: 410-693-6000 Fax: 410-224-4032
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John@JohnCollinsGroup.com
108 Old Solomons Island Road, Suite U-4
Annapolis, Maryland 21401

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