Waterfront Property (built in 2000) minutes outside Annapolis, Maryland. Expansive views of the river from this gated custom built home (2176 sq ft excluding basement) with 278' pier on private lot with your own 50' sandy beach. This comfortable home boasts 3-4 bedrooms (and Murphy bed in the finished basement - new bunkbeds in one of the bedrooms) and 7 beds in total (1 King, 3 Queens, 1 Full, 2 Twins), three and a half baths, paver patios, open main floor with finished oak hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, separate laundry room with full size washer and dryer, custom built-ins in many rooms (lots of books), finished lower level with 50" television. Three televisions throughout the house with VCR's and DVD's with a hundred or so movies for your viewing.
Fishing and crabbing from the end of our dock ... swimming for the kids in 2-3 feet of water (on a sandbar that goes half way out the length of the pier - at the end of the pier the depth is about 7-8 feet of water) and kayaking (LL Bean Ocean Kayak Malibu Two Package) on the river which is as wide as a lake and feeds into the Chesapeake Bay about a mile up. Community beach and activities ... several great seafood restaurants within 5-10 minutes.
Was rented out for Commissioning Week 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016. Had been renting solely on VRBO with 5.0/5.0 rating for 76 reviews (VRBO #432131) but we like Flipkey and Trip Advisor so giving them a try.
Please email Owner for any additional questions.
Perfect rental for Annapolis Powerboat Show, Annapolis Sailboat show, Naval Academy reunions, Commissioning Week, Navy football games, family reunions.
Short 5-10 minute drive to downtown Annapolis with the U.S. Naval Academy, Maryland state capital, shops, historic homes, tours, fantastic restaurants, historical sites, sailing, boat rentals. http://www.visitannapolis.org/index.aspx and http://www.msa.md.gov/msa/mdmanual/01glance/html/capital.html Within minutes to other shopping, restaurants, activities (public golf courses, miniature/putt putt golf, golf driving range, executive par 3 course, boating, sailing, fishing trips, etc.) Approximately an hour drive to either Washington, DC for the Smithsonian (19 museums, 9 research centers, and the National Zoo), theaters including the recently renovated Ford's Theater, restaurants, White House, U.S. Capitol, Georgetown, and more in our nation's capital or a half hour drive to visit Baltimore, MD for the upscale Harborplace and the Gallery with shopping and restaurants, National Aquarium for the kids (http://www.aqua.org/). Finally, a visit to Ft. McHenry near Baltimore, Maryland is not to be forgotten. Still, if you long for a more relaxed approach to the area, drive across the Bay Bridge and you are on the Eastern Shore with dozens of small waterfront or resort towns for antiquing, historical sites, shopping (discount outlets), exploring, eating, etc.