Talk about location!! Fantastic corner lot in sought-after Admiral Heights is just steps from Navy-Marine Corps Stadium. Community dock, marina, sandy beach, and numerous...
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Admiral Heights 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 water the price points in Arnold vary greatly. Properties in Arnold can sell from $150,000 to over $3,000,000 for waterfront estates.
Located in Annapolis, Maryland, Admiral Heights is a water privileged community that is minutes from Downtown, Uptown, the Annapolis Mall, the Bay Bridge, and Route 50.The first home was built in 1951 by Lexington Construction Corporation and today it is a community of about 625 homes.Community amenities include:Pool Pier Boat Club Waterfront Parks Neighborhood Events Community Clubs and Committees include: Garden Club Mom's Club Social Committee Weems Creek Matters Committee Board of Directors Traffic Calming Committee Neighborhood Watch Grounds ommittee The Admiral Heights Improvement Association is a Non-Profit Organization that was created to represent the residents of the community and to maintain & improve the community's common properties. We need our fellow neighbors' support to fund these ongoing projects.