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Because of its location right on the coast, Anne Arundel County is well-known for its outdoor recreational opportunities, specifically boating, fishing, crabbing, swimming, sailing, water skiing, and more.
While Anne Arundel County’s coastline is over 500 miles in length, the county is also recognized for its forested areas, which are ideal for walking, hiking, biking, and camping. In fact, there are over 70 parks and nature preserves in the area, plus two state parks, so there is no doubt that Anne Arundel County is a nature-lover’s paradise.
As of 2020, the estimated population of Anne Arundel County is 588,000.
The county seat of Anne Arundel County is Annapolis. This city is also conveniently the Maryland state capital. The Chesapeake Bay coastline makes up the eastern boundary of the county, with its southernmost tip ending right below Holland Point. To the south is Calvert County, which includes the census-designated places of Dunkirk and Owings. Anne Arundel County’s western border follows the Patuxent River all the way up towards the Patapsco River, which it then loosely follows.
Here are some of the major roads and highways in Anne Arundel County:
I-97, which runs north to south before merging into US Route 50 outside of Annapolis
US 50 / US 301 / John Hansen Highway, which runs east to west through the county from Washington, D.C., and then into the Delmarva Peninsula
I-195, which connects to the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport
I-695, which runs from the northwest to northeast, and circles around Baltimore
I-895, which enters the country from the north and quickly merges into the I-97
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Real Estate in Anne Arundel County
In regards to real estate, Anne Arundel County combines both rural and urban avenues for real estate, from centrally-located condos and townhomes in Annapolis, to luxury waterfront estates tucked away in nature.
The big city of Annapolis offers the most choice for buyers in terms of property type. Here you’ll find the greatest number of condos for sale, although they are quite rare in the county in general. Some of the most desirable condos are those that are more newly-built, which can come with some great amenities: fitness center, meeting/event rooms, library, pool, just to name a few. Many are even located nearby or directly on the waterfront.
Anne Arundel County is primarily home to single-family homes and townhomes, with the latter found obviously in the county’s more urban areas. Annapolis, because of its history, has a number of historic homes that can occasionally come up on the market. For those longing for a home with lots of charm and history, there are some homes for sale in Annapolis that are over 100 years old.
When it comes to luxury estates for sale in Anne Arundel County, proximity to the city isn’t always a factor in price point. Of course, some of the highest-priced properties have exclusive locations right on the water, with amazing views of Chesapeake Bay. Typically, these homes are built in contemporary styles with all the modern features to match, but there will sometimes be luxury historic homes with waterfront views—and these properties are highly sought-after!
If you’re more interested in a home that’s away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while still being just a short drive away from urban life, then there is plenty of choice in Anne Arundel County. There are a number of gorgeous homes for sale that are tucked away into the Maryland forest—luxury properties included!
Anne Arundel County History
Anne Arundel County was named after the second Baron Baltimore’s wife, Lady Anne Arundell. Although originally part of St. Mary’s County, Anne Arundel County split from that region in 1650 and became its own.
From then, it was an important site during many wars, including the English Civil War, the Revolutionary War, and the War of 1812. Because of this county’s long history, there are over 100 buildings in Anne Arundel County registered on the National Register of Historic Places, and 12 historic landmarks.
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Anne Arundel County: Highlights & Attractions
Outdoor enthusiasts and history lovers will enjoy the sheer number of things to do in and around the county! Anne Arundel County also hosts the Maryland Renaissance Festival, the Annapolis Film Festival, and the Northrop Grumman Military Bowl.
There are a number of beautiful parks throughout the county, including:
Governor Bridge Natural Area
Sandy Point State Park
Baltimore and Annapolis Trail
Quiet Waters Park
Mayo Beach Park
Annapolis Waterworks Park
Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary
Of course, there are also a number of museums and historical sites to visit, such as:
Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park
Maryland World War II Memorial Park
William Paca House & Garden
Charles Carroll House
Maryland State House
U.S. Naval Academy Museum
Museum of Historic Annapolis
Government House of Maryland
Colonial Annapolis Historic District
Historic London Town & Gardens
Odenton Heritage Society
National Electronics Museum
Captain Avery Museum
Anne Arundel County At A Glance
- Easy access to BWI Airport
- 5th largest school system in Maryland
- One of Maryland’s top counties in terms of job growth and opportunity
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