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Living in Annapolis, MD
Found on the Western Shore, Annapolis is the capital city of Maryland and the county seat of Anne Arundel County. It’s one of the most historically significant cities in the U.S. and remains apolitical and cultural center. Known as “America’s Sailing Capital” and the “Sailing Capital of the World,” Annapolis is home to the United States Naval Academy, the National Sailing Hall of Fame, marinas packed with all kinds of boats, and more.
Annapolis Homes for Sale
Annapolis has a greater inventory of waterfront homes, Baltimore offers more opportunities for urban living. Suburbs like Towson, Catonsville, and Timonium offer a slower pace while remaining close to the city’s shopping, dining, and cultural offerings.
Lifestyle, nightlife, shopping and dining
- Annapolis is the stage for three of the top in-water boat shows in the world– the U.S. Powerboat Show, the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, and the U.S. Sailboat Show. A popular attraction among sailing aficionados is the Labor Day Weekend Races. You can also find several charters, cruises, and sailing schools on Annapolis Harbor.
- All around the Bay are numerous dock bars for unparalleled after-hours fun, including Harbor Shack in Rock Hall, Pusser’s Caribbean Grille in Annapolis, and Hemingway’s Restaurant on Kent Island.
- The region boasts charming shopping districts offering luxury and popular brands, as well as homegrown ones. Among the best places for shopping are the downtown areas of Annapolis and Baltimore, and the historic towns of North East, Cambridge, and Havre de Grace.