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Anne Arundel County, Maryland, located on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay about a half hour from both Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland, is home to Maryland’s capitol city of Annapolis, the United States Naval Academy, the National Security Agency, and Fort Meade. When you relocate to Anne Arundel County, you’ll find fabulous shopping malls such as Westfield Shopping or Arundel Mills Mall and quaint one-of-a-kind shops on the historic streets of downtown Annapolis. Dining options range from Ledo Pizza in Crofton to Carroll Creek Cafe or Phillips Seafood, overlooking the Annapolis Harbor.
You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities in nearby Washington and Baltimore as well as County waterways, beaches, parks, and golf courses. And there are twelve blue-ribbon schools in Anne Arundel County, the 5th largest school district in the state, ranked #3 in the nation.
Anne Arundel County truly is a unique place to live, with the historical ambiance of Annapolis and a nautical influence that runs through the county with the Severn, Magothy, South and West Rivers. Yet, in the end, it is YOUR next home and community that bring you to Anne Arundel County, Maryland, so let’s talk about living here.
Homes prices in Anne Arundel County range from the $200,000’s for a condo to many millions of dollars for prime waterfront estates. The majority of detached homes for sale probably fall into the $400,000- $800,000 range, depending primarily on size of the lot and home as well as proximity to the water – significantly lower than other areas within commuting distance of Washington, D.C.
Homes are located in established neighborhoods with mature trees and big yards and others are still under construction in new subdivisions. There are communities with private beaches, open only to residents, such as Arden on the Severn in Crownsville or the gated marina-community of Chesapeake Harbour in Annapolis; 18-hole golf courses are the centerpieces of Walden in Crofton and Bay Hills in Arnold, and several other Anne Arundel County communities.
As we go about our busy 21st century lives in Anne Arundel County, we know intuitively that we live, work and play in an area that is rich in history. Yet few of us know the details of how Anne Arundel County came to be. Be sure to read all about the History of Anne Arundel County from the 17th Century Through the Present.
Now, whether relocation across country or across town is motivating your move, you have an opportunity to witness history in the making, right here in Anne Arundel County.
Welcome to Anne Arundel County, Maryland!