Street scene in Annapolis, Maryland.
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    The capital city of Maryland dates back to the late 1600s, when it originally was known as Anne Arundel Town. It was named in honor of the younger sister of Queen Mary II, who later herself became Queen Anne and ruled England from 1702 until 1714. In the last year of the Revolutionary War, it briefly served as the capital of the rebellious 13 colonies. Nearly two-and-a-half centuries later, Annapolis, which serves as the seat of Maryland’s government, still retains its colonial-era charm, with a walkable downtown of small shops and restaurants, and a picturesque harbor filled with yachts. While the city’s historic mansions are the most attention-getting architecture, the housing stock also includes modern townhouses, high-rise condos and bungalows.


    • Population 41,000
    • Median Home Price $535,150
    • Median Age 38
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    Notable Schools

    • Elementary (PK-5) Rolling Knolls Elementary
    • Middle (6-8) Annapolis Middle School
    • High (9-12) Annapolis High School

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    Explore Homes in Annapolis

    • Lower Market Brewer Ave

      BR 3.0

      BA 1.1

      SQ FT 1500

      Built 1940

    • Mid Market Harbor Rd

      BR 5.0

      BA 3.1

      SQ FT 2800

      Built 2011

    • Upper Market Pine Lane Retreat

      BR 7.0

      BA 4.2

      SQ FT 2900

      Built 1910

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