Popular Neighborhoods

Annapolis

Home to both modest single homes and some of the most elegant waterfront communities on the Chesapeake Bay, this family-oriented water town features beautiful parks and marinas in a suburban setting while providing easy access to major cities with nearby thoroughfares and major transportation.

Located on the scenic Broadneck peninsula just five miles from downtown Annapolis, Arnold contains many scenic riversides with cliffs, beaches, and marinas that support outdoor recreational activities amid a suburban community.

From small mining town to modern suburb located 10 miles south of Baltimore, this densely populated and low-key town features a mix of single-family homes, apartment complexes, and retirement communities, often quirkily located alongside retail stores.

Growing from a small agricultural and railroad town to one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Maryland, this rural community in Prince George's County offers the amenities of a family-oriented community with parks, ball fields, community centers, and a playhouse.

Located just 15 miles from Annapolis, this low profile city, named one of the best places to live by Money magazine in 2011, offers community amenities, excellent schools, and a prime location with a scenic loop road focused on outdoor recreational activities and events.

With a surrounding pastoral area of horse farms, housing developments are increasingly prevalent in this rural suburban that is home to the Prince George's Equestrian Center and conveniently located within commuting distance to Andrews Air Force Base and the U.S. Census Bureau.

The largest island in Chesapeake Bay, this historical suburb, just four miles wide, is home to many residents that have relocated and still commute to Washington D.C. and Baltimore metro area. Kent Island Estate is a water-privileged community featuring a public pier, dock, and beach on Chesapeake Bay and Eastern Bay sides.

Just south of Annapolis, Edgewater is a town situated on the Mayo Peninsula that developed from a beach resort into a family-oriented bedroom community offering an abundance of water recreational activities, first class education, and natural beauty for the Washington Baltimore Metropolitan Area.

Popular for its locale near Washington DC and the Baltimore area, this growing community in Anne Arundel County offers suburban living for diverse, affluent residents who enjoy upscale real estate properties with trendy shopping and fine dining nearby.

Nestled between the Severn and Magothy Rivers, this affluent community is home to both stately waterfront estates and classic cottages with splendid river views. Residents treasure the river for excellent crabbing, fishing, boating, and sailing.

Offering waterfront scenery and easy access to urban metropolitan areas and culture, this affluent suburb showcases boating neighborhoods, waterfront properties, and newer upscale communities. Each year, Crownsville hosts the Anne Arundel County Fair, a popular Renaissance Fair that draws crowds to the area.

Formerly a farmland region, Odenton is one of the fastest growing communities in Anne Arundel County offering large tracts of affordable housing near Fort Meade, easy accessibility to major highways and transportation, and a Town Center that offers the community a place to live, work, shop, and dine together.

Situated on the bank of the Patuxent River, this self-sufficient community with a historic downtown is located midway between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore and near Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory, the Fort Meade Army base, and the National Security Agency.