Most recent Anne Arundel County waterfront homes
Waterfront lot in Edgewater on Turkey Point Island.
Beautiful waterfront home w/ lots of custom woodwork throughout. Open floorpan w/ sliding doors leading to covered deck. Gourmet kitchen, built in surround sound system t...
Looking for the perfect getaway? Look no further, this waterfront home sits on South Creek w/ two car garage and living area above. Garage is above floodplain, so can eas...
Waterfront, ready to improvements. Over 6,000 sqft with sunset views of Yantz Cove & The Severn. 2 master suites, separate au-pair/in-law apartment with elevator, centra...
Magnificent views & beautiful sunsets. Lg paver patio, hot tub, fire pit & landscaped yard. 80ft pier w/a 12x20 L platform, 25k lift/remote, 10k lift & 2/1500lb side lift...
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ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY WATERFRONT
Anne Arundel County offers a buyer so much in terms of the type of housing and the waterfront view. There is an extraordinary amount of waterfront homes along the Chesapeake Bay, the Severn River, Magothy, South, West, Rhodes and Patapsco rivers. Many of these large rivers have dozens and dozens of smaller tributaries and coves feeding into them. As a result, a buyer should take note of a homes location in relation to the Bay, and the larger rivers, as this normally determines the price of a waterfront home. Check to make sure whether a small tributary or cove is navigable or deep enough for a sailboat.
Before you venture out in search of that waterfront home, get acquainted with different areas to determine whether or not it's what you're looking for. Ask your realtor or insurance agent whether a home requires flood insurance. With the increase in the number of "named" storms in recent years, flood insurance maps have changed and flood insurance rates have increased somewhat.
If you have a powerboat, make sure the dock has power and water as this makes ownership of a boat somewhat easier. Does the home have a boatlift? If you have a sailboat, will the water depth be sufficient for your sailboat? The last thing you need is to be grounded in the middle of a stream or river. Does the dock have bubblers to keep the water free from ice during cold winter months? Frozen ice can literally pick up dock pilings and destroy your dock and boat as well.
Some people don't require a dock at all and simply want to enjoy the gorgeous views that waterfront living has to offer!
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