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Bay Ridge

This waterfront community at the easternmost point of Annapolis used to be known as The Queen Resort of the Chesapeake. Hundreds of thousands of people came to vacation here for all-day concerts, dining and dancing pavilions, picnic grounds...

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Eastport

A scenic walk or water taxi away from Downtown Annapolis, Eastport is the laid-back maritime district of the city. Visit many of the street-end parks on the water and catch a great skyline of downtowns harbor with the State House, Naval Academy...

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Heritage Harbour

Heritage Harbour is a beautiful 55+ community in Annapolis, Maryland that is well sought after and rightfully so. It offers true Annapolis living with water access. It has over 1,600 residences including condominiums, townhomes, and single-...

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Hillsmere

Originally “Hilsmere Farm” in the early 1900’s, Hillsmere is a quiet waterfront community with around 1,200 homes. It is located 3 miles away from Historic Downtown Annapolis and walking distance from Quiet Waters Park, the Bay Ridge ...

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Historic Annapolis

The capital of Maryland, and for a short time the capital of our country, Annapolis is packed with over 350 years of history. Its location creates a triangle on the map with the other two points being Washington D.C. and Baltimore and is a clos...

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Hunt Meadow

One of the most popular neighborhoods to raise a family in Annapolis, Hunt Meadow is another well sought after community its residents feel lucky to be a part of. It is located just behind Annapolis Middle School and has a walking/running/b...

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Waterfront

Anne Arundel County boasts a total of 533 miles of shoreline along the Chesapeake Bay. It possesses stunning views, historical landmarks, and is home to a vast array of wildlife iconic to the region. Homeowners on the water enjoy the lifestyle ...

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West Annapolis

This community just northwest of Historic Downtown Annapolis, The Naval Academy, and St. Johns College is rich in stories and history.Located between College Creek and Cowhide Branch, the earliest of settlers were tobacco farmers recruited from...

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