What you can get for under $1 million in Anne Arundel County

Published on: November 19, 2022 6:00 AM EST|Updated on: November 19, 2022 10:31 PM EST

(Jennie Snead)

There’s the newly updated historic home, the charming cottage that’s steps from the water, or the traditional home perfect for backyard entertaining.

Miles of shoreline, the state’s charming capital city, and close proximity to Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, are just a few of the reasons Anne Arundel County is a great place to live.

Here are three real estate listings ranging from $915,000-$950,000, chosen by Historic Homes of Baltimore creator Jason Freeman.

Beautifully updated historic home in Eastport

(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)

A beautifully updated home in Eastport, built in 1931, awaits its next owner. If you step through the curved front door, you’ll find a bright living room with a fireplace that opens to the recently updated kitchen and a small dining area. A charming side porch provides another entrance to the house, complete with a back foyer and storage space. There’s also one bedroom and a full bathroom on the main level. Upstairs, you’ll find three additional bedrooms and another updated full bathroom. Beautiful hard wood floors, unique arched doorways and high ceilings add unique charm to the updated home.

A beautifully landscaped yard includes a flagstone patio, gas fire pit, café lights and a built-in sitting area. There’s also a flat yard that would provide a great area for a garden, a play space for kids or even an in-ground pool. The home is down the street from the South Annapolis Yacht Centre, and just minutes away from historic downtown Annapolis.

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Charming cottage minutes from the beach in Annapolis

(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)
(Michele Sheiko, Real Patience)

This bright Bay Ridge cottage, built in 1940, is just steps from the beach. A screened-in porch at the front of the house welcomes you inside. The living room opens to the dining room, both of which contain several windows and original wood floors. The kitchen features glass front cabinets, a wall of windows and a breakfast area. A great room, an addition to the house, provides another gathering space overlooking the backyard. A main level primary bedroom features a large walk-in closet and a beautiful, updated bathroom. Upstairs, there are two additional bedrooms and a bathroom.

A deck overlooks the large, flat, fenced yard. This home is minutes from the beach, located just at the end of the street. As part of the Bay Ridge neighborhood, you’ll have access to the Bay front pool, marina, club house and pickle ball courts. Historic downtown Annapolis is only a 10-minute drive away.

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Traditional home perfect for entertaining in Arnold

(Jennie Snead)
(Jennie Snead)
(Jennie Snead)
(Jennie Snead)
(Jennie Snead)
(Jennie Snead)

This home in Arnold’s Sturbridge community, built in 1985, is tastefully designed and updated. The first floor features an office with built-ins, a formal living room, a separate dining room, and an updated kitchen that opens to the family room. Each room has beautiful hardwood floors. French doors from the family room lead to the stunning screened porch, with vaulted ceilings and skylights. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and a large primary suite. A fully finished basement includes extra living space for a workout area, extra office and more. New siding, windows and additional updates make this home totally move-in ready.

The property’s beautiful private backyard is perfect for entertaining, with a new deck, patio, built-in gas grill and a stone fire pit. This home is situated in a quiet neighborhood, with access to the Indian Hills pool via a short walking path. Historic downtown Annapolis is only a 10-minute drive away.

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