Captivating Design! Private elevator to all 3 living areas. Martini bar in the Bell Tower! The Grand Staircase introduces this unique condo with unbelievable gourmet Kitc...
Stunning Church Conversion in the heart of Historic Downtown Annapolis. Built in 1895 and converted by architect John Pilli in 2003. Remodeled by various designers in 201...
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Historic Annapolis is located in the Central portion of Anne Arundel County, MD.
Because of it's proximity to Baltimore, Annapolis and Washington DC and the fact that it is essentially surrounded by country side and rolling meadows the price points in Historic Annapolis vary greatly. Properties in Historic Annapolis can sell from $389,000 to almost $3,000,000 for waterfront estates.
Boating is very popular on world famous "Ego Alley"
Annapolis, state capital and seat of Anne Arundel co., central Md., on the south bank of the Severn River. Annapolis is a port of entry on the Chesapeake Bay and the business and shipping center for the seafood, fruit and vegetable farmers of Maryland. Local industries include the packaging of seafood and the manufacture of world class sailing vessels, plastics, and aerospace parts. Known worldwide as the Sailing Capital of the World, tourists that sail or powerboat on the Chesapeake, are vitally important to the economy; the city hosts the US Sail and Powerboat Shows show each October, the largest such shows in the United States.
Historic Annapolis is also home to the United States Naval Academy