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Monday, September 29, 2014
Waterfront in Annapolis! Tranquil waterfront home in the Broadneck School District near Podickory Point Yacht & Beach Club with easy access to the Bay and Route 50! Pier/Bulkhead & Boat Lift Screened Porch overlooking the water.
Gingerville Manor Estates and Gingerville Woods are located conveniently off of Route 2 in Edgewater Maryland. This well established neighborhood has the feeling of a suburban retreat. Wide streets, plenty of trees, and large yards provide space for families to grow and play. Children attending public schools will attend the highly rated Edgewater Elementary, Central Middle, and South River High School. A community pool, basketball courts, covered pavilion, large playing field and playground round out the community's family friendly environment.
There are currently 5 active listings in the community. They range from a 4BR/2.5 BA contemporary home on 1.08 acres listed at $664,000 to a 3BR/2BA brick contemporary home on an almost 1/2 acre listed for $405,000. Also, two homes are currently under contract and two have sold within the last 60 days. Click here to see them all!
Be sure to stop by 2701 Thyme Drive on Saturday between 12pm and 2pm during their Open House. If you would like to see any of the other homes for sale in Gingerville or Gingerville Woods, please contact Julie Katcef at 410.320.7705.
Question for you … What incentives does your employer offer you? Insurance, paid vacations, paid holidays, and a retirement plan are all of the obvious. Do they offer any programs that guide, educate, and save you and your family money when it comes to home buying? If you answered no, today is the day that all that can. Ask me about the Flagship Employer Associated Housing Program (FEAH). FEAH is a NO COST to you or your employer program. From closing cost assistance to free home warranties, FEAH covers all of your home buying needs.
When someone thinks of Annapolis, the first thing that comes to mind is the United State Naval Academy. What most people don't know is that is holds an annual boat show.Every October Annapolis gets a chance to show off its true pride and joy with the worlds two largest boat shows. This is a time for boaters to check out the newest sailboats and powerboats on the market.
Annapolis Sailboat Show
The Sailboat Show features new racing and cruising sailboats from leading U.S. and foreign builders as well as the nation's largest multihull display.
Dates: October 9 - 13, 2014.
Location: Annapolis City Dock and Harbor, Annapolis, MD. See a map
Parking: You may park at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium on Rowe Boulevard (Route 50, exit 24) for a flat $10 fee and take a free round-trip shuttle to the Boat Show at City Dock. The shuttles will run regularly to Church Circle and City Dock from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m., with the last shuttle departing from Church Circle at 8:45 p.m. Park Place Garage at the Westin (100 Westgate Circle) offers a $5 daily parking rate. The City Circulator stops at the garage every 10 minutes, and shuttles passengers downtown, making stops at all other City Garages along the way.
Take Route 50 to exit 22 (Aris T. Allen Boulevard) and follow signs for Boat Show parking along Riva Road. Park your car for a flat $10 fee and hop aboard a free Boat Show shuttle bus that will run from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.
The Powerboat Show includes a fleet of boats ranging from luxurious motoryachts and performance boats to offshore fishing machines, family cruisers, center consoles, and inflatables.
Dates: October 16 - 19, 2014
Location: Annapolis City Dock and Harbor, Annapolis, MD. See a map
Parking: Every day but Saturday, you may park your car at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium on Rowe Boulevard (Route 50, exit 24) for a flat $10 fee and take a free round-trip shuttle to the Boat Show at City Dock. The shuttles will run regularly to Church Circle and City Dock from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m., with the last shuttle departing from Church Circle at 8:45 p.m. Park Place Garage at the Westin (100 Westgate Circle) offers a $5 daily parking rate. The City Circulator stops at the garage every 10 minutes, and shuttles passengers downtown, making stops at all other City Garages along the way. Saturday Parking, October 5 - 2644 Riva Road, Annapolis Md
Tickets: $18.00 per adult, $4 per child, ages 6 & under - FREE
Annapolis Brokerage Show - New this year! October 3 - 6, 2013. A new venue (Mary's Cove, Annapolis, MD) has been created to promote the sale of previously owned boats of all kinds. Free water-taxi and ecruiser service will be available between the Annapolis Brokerage Show and the United States Powerboat Show.
JMB Homes, "Unique Homebuilder" was founded in 2008 by John M. Berger. With a passion for building, strong customer relations and communication skills, John Berger utilizes his 25+ years of Maryland homebuilding experience to make the building process "Unique" and comfortable for all his customers. The building process is tailored to the needs and personalities of each customer and designed to insure that all their building goals and family needs are met. JMB Homes builds homes on lots secured by the builder, customer owned lots or lots that are located and purchased as part of the building process. We strive to provide a full service experience; from understanding where and how our customers want to live, to selecting a house design from our extensive Architectural library, the internet or designing a new custom plan. JMB Homes continues to partner with several local lenders who offer attractive construction-to-permanent financing programs at competitive rates to help make your homebuilding plans and dreams a reality.
Open House this Coming Saturday September 27, 2014 1:00-3:00pm
Address: 3015 1st Avenue Baltimore MD 21234 (Parkville)
This Split Level 4 Bedroom 1 1/2 home is priced to Sell.
Well maintained Beautiful home Perfect for Entertaining, Fantastic Location backing up to the Woods. This home provides plenty of privacy and lots of space.
If you would like additional details about this property or other listings please check out my website www.jessicaricciardi.net
HBO's "Game of Thrones" doesn’t return until next year, but you can indulge your need for mead at the Maryland Renaissance Festival in Anne Arundel County.
Travel five centuries in less than an hour to Crownsville, which has once again been transformed into a 15th-century village. The festival conjures a fantasy vision of Henry VIII's England through live music, performance art and costumed characters.
Expect jousting knights, kids' entertainment and acrobatic shows. The full line-up of entertainment is available online. You could even share a smoked turkey leg with Henry VIII himself -- but don't lose your head.
If you are considering buying a home in Annapolis and would like further information and or resources to start the process please feel free to give me, George Hall with the Kiosk Group @ Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland, a call at 443.274.1602. Broker number 410.729.7700.
Annapolis, the capital of Maryland, is 350 years young. It is a vibrant city, proud of its charming colonial heritage, while offering visitors the latest in dining, accommodations, shopping and entertainment.
Annapolis is home to the United States Naval Academy and St. John’s College, a liberal arts college with a history going back to 1696. Annapolis is well known as a center of sailing and boating in the Mid-Atlantic. Our neighborhood of Eastport, across the bridge from downtown Annapolis, retains much of its old maritime character, showcased at the Annapolis Maritime Museum.
The groundwork for Glen Burnie was laid in 1812, when a district attorney by the name of Elias Glenn established a county seat near what is currently known as Brooklyn Park. He named his property "Glennsburne".
The name was changed to "Glennsbourne Farm", and eventually "Glenburnie", as the property was passed through Glenn's descendants. Records also show the name as "Tracey's Station" and "Myrtle", after local postmaster Samuel Sewell Tracey and one of Tracey's boarders, before the final decision was made.
In 1854, William Wilkins Glenn, Elias Glenn's grandson, incorporated the Curtis Creek Mining, Furnace and Manufacturing Company into his family's property. The business flourished during the 19th century, and with it came several thousand acres of land in northern Anne Arundel County.
Upon the death of William Wilkins Glenn, his son, brother and nephew began to manage the family's business affairs, and Glenburnie became an official state subdivision in 1888.