20 Places to Buy Waterfront Homes in Anne Arundel County

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Real Estate Agent with Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc., Crofton, MD 21114

This information is included in the Online Anne Arundel County Relocation Package for Fort George G. Meade, NSA, Northrop Grumman, BWI, the the U.S. Naval Academy

 

waterfront homeLooking for a Maryland waterfront home?  Look no further than Anne Arundel County, with over 500 miles of shoreline along the many inlets, coves, bays and creeks that are tributaries to the Chesapeake Bay and several rivers.   Many waterfront properties have Riparian Rights, and others are located in communities with a marina or community pier.

According to the Metropolitan Regional Information System, Inc. (MRIS), there are about 400 waterfront properties for sale in Anne Arundel County at this time (10/21/07) ranging from $195,000 for a two-bedroom rancher on Marley Creek in Glen Burnie to $16 million estate in Annapolis that features twelve bedrooms, ten full and two half baths, and a quarter-mile of waterfront on Whitehall Creek.

 

Following is a breakdown of places in Anne Arundel County where you can find a waterfront home:

  1. fishing sailboatAnnapolis (137)
  2. Arnold (30)
  3. Churchton (9)
  4. Crownsville (15)
  5. Curtis Bay (13)
  6. Deale (14)
  7. Edgewater (30)
  8. Galesville (1)
  9. Gibson Island (5)
  10. Glen Burie (18)
  11. Harwood (2)
  12. Lake Shore (4)
  13. North Beach (5)
  14. Orchard Beach (3)
  15. Pasadena (68)
  16. Riva (8)
  17. Severna Park (24)
  18. Shady Side (13)
  19. Tracey's Landing (1)
  20. West River (6)

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There are many ways that I can refine the search besides city and price.  For example, I can search according to body of water, water depth, and whether or not the property has a dock.  It is possible, also, to search for properties that may not be waterfront, but perhaps have a waterview, or homes that are located in communities with water access.

While I don't pretend to be a "waterfront expert", I am a REAL ESTATE expert with over thirty years of experience in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  If you're interested in waterfront property and have a WATER or BOATING question I can't answer, I will get you the answer.  Please let me know how I can help you.

Source:  Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc. (MRIS), 10/21/07

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Margaret Woda, Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
Military Residential Specialist (MilRES®)
(410) 451-6245    mwoda@mris.com

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Information contained in this blog post is reliable on the date of publication, but it is subject to change without notice.

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Buy Waterfront property in Anne Arundel County from Margaret Woda. She knows how to search for properties with all kinds of criteria. Look no further, you have found your agent to find your new waterfront dream home! Katerina
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Now that's a testimonial, Katerina!  You can see the types of things that are popular here - waterfront, golf, community environment, near places of interest and things to do.  This is the kind of information I will want/need for our "Who Wants to Move to Florida?" program in January.  I have to figure out how to project a slide show onto a TV or screen or something.  Any ideas?
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