Maryland's state capital Annapolis is situated in Anne Arundel County.  Situated East of Washington DC and South of Baltimore it boasts over 500 miles of shoreline, with the largest portion being the Chesapeake Bay.




Crofton MD real estate is situated perfectly between Washington D.C., Baltimore and Annapolis. There is a type of home for everyone: townhomes, condos, single family, and 55+ communities.

Crofton is just a few short miles away from METRO and MARC stations for commuters. Originally formed in 1964, Crofton began as a gated community. The gates still stand as a reminder of its heritage but have remained open for years. You will find people of all ages excercising daily on the 3.5 mile Crofton Parkway. The colors of the trees that you'll witness in Spring and Fall are spectacular! Located in middle of the parkway are numerous homes of all sizes and the Crofton Country Club. It is rare to find a community with such a "small town" feel while being in one of this country's largest metropolitan areas.

There are two main shopping centers located next too each other: Waugh Chapel Towne Centre and the Village of Waugh Chapel.  There is plenty of stores to shop and dine at.  You can also catch a movie at the Regal Waugh Chapel movie theater.


Glen Burnie was founded in 1812 by district attorney Ellias Glenn. As a successful businessman, he worked in a number of industries and his family continued the legacy to develop the land of what we now know as Glen Burnie. Traffic runs north and south by Routes 97, 10, and 2 or Ritchie Highway. Traffic moves east to west primarily by Route 100.

Glen Burnie is also a major hub of transportation for the entire state. The town features Baltimore Washington International airport which also includes a major Amtrak train station. Additionally, Glen Burnie is served by light-rail train service which makes commuting to Baltimore for work or fun an ease!

The town is served by one major park which is Sawmill Creek Park. The park includes basketball, soccer fields, tennis courts, and a skateboarding park. The park is located off of Highway 97 and Dorsey Rd. During the winter, downtown Glen Burnie is transformed with an outdoor skating rink. Additionally, the long and winding Baltimore Annapolis Trail which is a former railroad winds through town connecting the two cities. A long trail perfect for biking, walking, and running.

Glen Burnie is known to be one of the more affordable areas of Anne Arundel County to move to. Complete with single family living, the town has many townhome and condo communities as well. With shopping, transportation, and major employers nearby, this town will continue to prosper!


In recent years, the Odenton area has outperformed and become the fastest growing area within Anne Arundel County. Located next to Fort George Meade and NSA, Odenton is also directly between Washington D.C. (17 miles), Baltimore (13 miles) and Annapolis (25 miles). Commuting to Washington D.C. is especially easy with a MARC train station located within the town.

Odenton was originally named after former governor, Oden Bowie. With the addition of train service in the late 1800's the area turned from farmland to a critical area. Development continues even today as construction has broken ground for the next Town Center or mall within the county, located in Odenton just outside of the Seven Oaks community.

Odenton consists of more than 20,000 people as of the last census in 2000. While there are a number of communities, the largest consist of Piney Orchard and Seven Oaks. Piney Orchard is a mixed-use development consisting of apartments, townhomes, condos, and single family homes. With a nature walk looping the community, there is always plenty to do here. Built in the early 1990's, this community features acres of parks, fields, ice skating rink, and swimming pools-both indoor and outdoor and is a great place to live.

Seven Oaks located just outside of Ft. Meade was established in the late 1980's and is home to the towns newest Elementary school. Consisting of all types of housing as well, there are many options to living as well. If you are being relocated to the area, be sure to get in touch with us and we fill you in on all of your housing options.

Properties For Sale:

Four Seasons

Piney Orchard

Seven Oaks


Welcome to Pasadena, Maryland! Located on the Eastern edge of Anne Arundel County, this city takes on the feel and flavor of life in Maryland. Known for its friendly people, Pasadena covers 7 square miles and boasts several miles of coastline along the Chesapeake Bay.

Pasadena is located on a Peninsula which is served by Mountain Road and Route 100. This boat owners paradise is also home to some of the county’s’ best parks as well. Downs Park covers 236 acres, with walking trails, ball fields, tennis courts, and beaches.

Pasadena is also home to the areas newest golf course, Compass Pointe. Located on Fort Smallwood Road in Pasadena, the course is a links style course with 36 challenging holes. The award winning course covers over 800 acres on the Pasadena peninsula.

Real estate in Pasadena can be summed up with one word- diverse. Nearly every type of housing can be found in Pasadena. Including, condos, duplexes, townhomes, single family, and waterfront- Pasadena has you covered. With its average sale price in the upper $200’s, this might be the perfect place for you to call home.

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From sunrise to sunset, one cannot mistake the beauty of Severna Park. This quaint town is located between the Severn River and Magothy River. Making up just 15 square miles, the town is roughly 25 minutes from Downtown Baltimore, 10 minutes from Annapolis and 45 minutes from Downtown Washington D.C. Severna Parks' close proximity to three major metro areas, makes this a popular destination for commuters.

With 4 of its 5 elementary schools having Blue Ribbon status, Severna Park has a high concentration of families. Additionally, the town has its own middle school and high school which are both being undergoing major renovations. Severna Park also has two large parks (Kinder Farm and Cypress Creek) and competitive sports organizations such as Green Hornets. Retail shopping is made easy with a mix of several grocery stores, and shopping outlets. The Severna Park real estate market is comprised of mostly single family homes, no townhomes and two 55 and older condo complexes.

Severna Park is made up of several unique subdivisions ranging in value from the low $300's to over $1,000,000. Our convenient maps of a handful of these subdivisions below orchestrate some the larger and popular subdivisions in the real estate market. For more information about moving to or from Severna Park, fill out the form below and we would be glad to follow up with you.


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