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Home to the US Naval Academy, Annapolis is influenced by the military and collegiate traditions that come with having a major military and world class academic institution within the city boundaries. From Commissioning Week, to home sporting events including Navy Football, to class reunions that sprinkle the weekends throughout the calendar, Annapolis is never too far from Navy’s influence.
If you've watched the movies "The Pacifier" or "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants," you'll have an idea of the idyllic community that is Bethesda, Maryland. This census designated place (CDP) is a laid-back suburb without the incorporated status of towns and cities. Just northwest of Washington D.C., Bethesda is far from its pre-colonial tobacco-farming roots and is now home to a mix of D.C. commuters, long-time residents, and foreign dignitaries making for a diverse mix of cultures. Its central location means you have quick access to the nation's capital plus hip, trendy Georgetown and the nightlife of Silver Spring.
The Town of Centreville is the county seat and located in the center of Queen Anne’s County (hence the name Centreville). It is the home of many historical sites, specialty shops, and unique restaurants. The Town is located at the head of navigation of the Corsica River, a tributary of the Chester River. Attractions in the Town of Centreville include the Centreville Waterfront and Wharf, Corsica River, Tucker House, Wright’s Chance House, and Queen Anne’s County Courthouse. Additional attractions near the Town include the Tuckahoe State Park and Museum of Eastern Shore Life.
The charming town of Chestertown, Maryland, is a gem nestled in the heart of the Eastern Shore. Spend your days here tasting delicious coastal cuisine, touring Washington College, and relaxing in nature. Beautiful scenery, charming mom-and-pop shops, and a vibrant coastal culture are just some of the reasons why the Eastern Shore of Maryland is the perfect year-round destination. Throughout the year there are also fun events to celebrate. Chestertown is an unforgettable destination along the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The area is home to countless outdoor activities, making it the ideal place for wildlife viewing, hiking, boating, hunting, and more. As a guest of Brampton Inn, you are just minutes away from the Chester River and the Chesapeake Bay. It’s the ultimate setting for your next romantic getaway. Whether you prefer country favorites, fantastic seafood, or light, farm-to-table bites, you’ll find exactly what you’re craving on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Our guests love the region’s bayfront eateries, intimate cafes, and fine dining spots. It’s time you experienced it for yourself!
Founded in 1706, Chestertown is a historic college town along the banks of the Chester River on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The brick sidewalks lined with shops, restaurants and inns welcome visitors to meander and browse. A visit to Chestertown's Historic District to admire the fine colonial residences is a must! If you're a history buff, fond of cobblestone streets and gas-lit lanterns, you'll love living in Chestertown, Maryland. Founded in 1706, it was named one of Maryland's six "royal ports of entry" in the 18th century. Shortly after the Boston Tea Party, Chestertown citizens resolved to prohibit buying, selling, or drinking tea, and they were even said to have held their own tea party on the Chester River. Besides its active history, the town has many amenities and activities, and with its idyllic location and natural beauty, you're bound to love living in Chestertown.
Rated one of the best areas to live in all of Anne Arundel County, Crofton Maryland is a suburb located between Baltimore, Washington DC, and Annapolis. Residents here have easy access to everything they need from a big city without sacrificing the small-town lifestyle. Crofton is primarily built around Route 3 which makes it quick and easy for residents to everything they need. A planned community, Crofton was completed in 1964. It was originally a gated community located within the Crofton Parkway loop. The gates have since opened and now serve as a symbol that Crofton is an open community. However, Crofton Parkway still encloses the center and now hosts several events every year, including some annual parades. The 3.5-mile track is also a favorite place for walking, biking, and jogging.
Easton, Maryland, “the 8th Best Small Town in America” is an arts and cultural center with a population 16,500+ individuals who love living in a small town that offers the best of many worlds: access to large metropolitan areas like Baltimore, Annapolis, Washington, and Wilmington; good health care from a strong local hospital and medical community; casual and gourmet dining; shopping for all budgets from collectibles to fine antiques; eclectic art galleries; several public golf courses; the splendid Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries in their backyard for sailing, canoeing, kayaking, and crabbing; an historic Town Center with Colonial and Victorian architecture; and an active local community that welcomes new ideas and enthusiasm.
A suburb to the southwest of Annapolis, Edgewater is set on the South River. It forms part of the southern portion of Anne Arundel County. There is a population of 10,000 residents living in Edgewater which gives it a tight-knit community feel. Edgewater is in high demand for families who want to live close to Annapolis, but it is also an excellent location to move to for a short commute to Baltimore and Wahington, DC. Edgewater has seen a large amount of development in recent years, which has brought more restaurants, coffee shops, and retail businesses to the area. However, it still retains its sparse suburban feel, making it a popular destination for families and young professionals to move to. Living in Edgewater also gives you easy access to all the shopping and things to do in Annapolis and the surrounding area. This includes the Annapolis Mall, The Harbour Center, and The Annapolis Town Center.
Just under a 30-minute drive from Baltimore, Ellicott City is a quick, sweet escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The historic streets and architecture are home to more than 70 eclectic boutiques and shops, art galleries, dining options, and more. This town is close to home, but miles from ordinary. With so much to do, Historic Ellicott City will surely keep you busy and give you a glimpse of its storied past.
Located in Anne Arundel County, sprawling Glen Burnie, Maryland, is one of the larger Baltimore suburbs. The area has more than a dozen neighborhoods, all with a distinct local flavor. Areas closer to the city, such as neighboring Brooklyn Park and Lansdowne, tend to have a more urban feel with lots of businesses. Areas further south towards Pasadena tend to be spread out with less commercial property and more residential neighborhoods.
Grasonville is a suburb of Baltimore with a population of 3,578. Grasonville is in Queen Anne's County. Living in Grasonville offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and young professionals live in Grasonville.
Kent Island is all about the Eastern Shore Lifestyle. Surrounded by water and abundant wildlife such as nesting eagles, blue herons and nature trails with deer, fox, rabbit and the elusive Black squirrel. Kent Island allows one to simply relax and nurture one’s inner soul. Kayaking, crabbing, biking, strolling on beaches, collecting sea glass is a way of life on the quiet shores of Kent Island. Kent Island is situated just a short distance from the Delmarva Peninsula which is comprised of parts of Maryland, Delaware and Virginia located between the Delaware Bay and the Chesapeake Bay. The William Preston Lane Jr. Memorial Bridge (Bay Bridge) spans the Chesapeake Bay linking Baltimore/Washington with the Eastern Shore and costal tourist destinations in Maryland and Delaware. The Bay Bridge is actually two bridges over 4 miles long each and is ranked among the world’s longest over-water structures.
Pasadena, Maryland is located in Anne Arundel County but is more like a suburb of Baltimore. This suburban feel is mixed with rural characteristics, as Pasadena is located on the Chesapeake Bay and is full of parks, green spaces, and beaches. Pasadena is just south of Baltimore. Glen Burnie is to the west, Severna Park to the south, and Lake Shore to the southeast. To the east of Pasadena is the Patapsco River, a tidal river that runs for 39 miles before flowing into Chesapeake Bay. Maryland Route 177 (called Mountain Road) serves Pasadena. Residents mostly drive, as public transportation is limited. The nearest Amtrak station is BWI Airport Rail Station, just 10 miles away in Baltimore. The population of Pasadena is growing fast — it reached more than 24,000 inhabitants in 2010. In particular, Pasadena attracts families and young professionals.
Queenstown is a quiet and friendly area that offers great public schools. Chesapeake community college is located here for those who do not want to travel for for a higher education. There is mostly farmland, but many medium sized neighbor hoods and an Outlet shopping center. Traveling far to get what you need is not a problem here.
Saint Michaels is a wonderful spot for a Foodie! Crab houses, in town & waterfront bars, winery, brewery and Zagat rated fine dining are all available in Saint Michaels located either on the waterfront or in the ambiance of historic old homes. Fine Art Galleries, Estate and Fine Jewelry, boutiques and high-end designers are all to be found while shopping in picturesque Saint Michaels. Talbot Street and its charming storefronts, is home to many trendy retailers and purveyors of antiques and collectibles. Whether you arrived in St. Michaels by boat or car, learning about the history of the town while experiencing St. Michaels from the water is a must do. Take a ½ hour harbor tour, sail on an historic sailboat or a take 9 mile narrated historical cruise but don’t miss the Best of Saint Michaels!
Located between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., Severna Park is a thriving component of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. A census-designated place, Severna Park is roughly 40 miles, or about a 50-minute drive, away from Washington, D.C. to the southeast and a little under 20 miles, or a 30-minute drive northwest to the city of Baltimore. Originally named Boone, the location was a stop along the Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad. This tradition continues into the present day with the B&A Trail, a paved 13-mile community trail that connects Severna Park with Glen Burnie, Maryland. With close ties to Annapolis to the south, Severna Park is considered a prime spot to live for people commuting to the bigger cities. Before investing in Severna Park real estate, potential homebuyers need to familiarize themselves with the area and what it offers, especially regarding the cost of living, employment, and schools. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about moving to Severna Park.