|FORECLOSURES||OPEN HOUSES||55+ HOMES|
|SHORT SALES||COMMERCIAL||WATER ORIENTED|
|MULTIFAMILY UNITS||LOTS & LAND||RENTALS|
|LESS THAN $200K||$200-400K||$400-$600K|
|OVER $ 600K||AA Homes $600-$1,000,000||AA Over $1,000,000|
With its access to the Chesapeake Bay, Anne Arundel County is rich in natural beauty and many water related activities. Anne Arundel County offers shoreline access (both developed and undeveloped) for water activities such as boating, crabbing, fishing, sailing, water skiing, and swimming.
Anne Arundel County offers over 534 miles of coastline. Nature lovers will find numerous State Parks, County Regional Parks, and Community and Neighborhood Parks where they can experience the beauty of nature. The 13-mile Baltimore and Annapolis Trail offers enjoyment for walkers, runners, bicyclists, and equestrians.
Anne Arundel County is also rich in cultural history featuring the historic area of London Town and Gardens. The William Brown House was built in 1760 as an upscale tavern and this historic structure is the centerpiece of this impressive town and gardens. While visiting, you can also tour the Lord Mayor’s Tenement and Kitchen Garden, Carpenter’s Shop, Woodland Gardens, Ornamental Gardens, Sound and Sensory Garden, and Living Roof Garden. There is something for everyone to enjoy while visiting.
This county is the home to the state capital of Annapolis. Its many gardens, museums, festivals, memorials and good restaurants make Annapolis a very appealing place to visit. The City Dock Area features many restaurants allowing you to dine just a few feet from the beautiful Chesapeake Bay. While in Annapolis, be sure to visit the Naval Academy. While there, you can take a guided tour to get an insider’s perspective. There are also many sporting events for your enjoyment.
With its many amenities, convenience to Baltimore and Washington, D.C., diverse communities, and job opportunities, Anne Arundel County is a true pleasure!