Kick back and enjoy some stress-reducing Chesapeake Bay living, in a rustic waterfront home on the beautiful Rhode River. Perfect for boating, swimming (either in the Bay or in the pool), fishing and crabbing, or just relaxing with a good book and a pretty view. This house is all about the water, with a spacious waterside lawn for casual gatherings and family games, a dock for fishing and crabbing and keeping a boat, and a waterside deck with grill for outdoor dining. House is suitable for a maximum of 8-10 adults, and up to 12 with children. MAIN house has: --Master BR w/King-size bed, water views and balcony, plus a spacious Master Bath with shower, jacuzzi tub, and sauna. --Second BR, upstairs, with full bath, skylight, and 2 twin beds. --Third BR with full bath and double bed. --High ceiling Living Room with big windows for water view, and sliding door to waterside deck --Dining Room, with table for up to 10, also with water views and sliding door to deck. --Fully equipped kitchen --Spacious waterside deck, with grape arbors for shade, grill, two outdoor tables, and lots of space for outdoor dining. --Study/office with water views and space for extra air bed if needed. --Laundry/utility room with full washer and dryer. --Separate pool house has a large open room with double bed, double futon, full bathroom, microwave, and exercise equipment. --three kayaks come with the house, for paddling, bird watching, and exploring. House is on the pretty Rhode River, with space for a boat or jet skis at the dock, and launch ramps just minutes away. It is just 25 minutes from the sightseeing, restaurants, and activities of downtown Annapolis, and 10 minutes from restaurants and shopping for all your needs in Edgewater. Easy access to movie theaters and outlet shopping. BWI airport and Amtrak just 30 minutes away. For walking and birdwatching, there is an idyllic county park, with woods, trails, kettle ponds, and beaches, just a few minutes away. If you are into bicycling or motorcycling, there are numerous spectacular rides through Chesapeake country, that wind along the Chesapeake Bay, past horse farms, through waterside towns, and down shaded, rural roads.