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Annapolis

Why you'd want to live in Annapolis

Government has always played a major part in the ongoing operations of Annapolis. The same State House where George Washington tendered his resignation as General of the Continental Army following the Revolutionary War is still charged with energy during the three months every year the Maryland General Assembly meets in its chambers. The Governor and Lieutenant Governor have their offices there, and it is used for a number of state functions throughout the year. Annapolis has great historical significance for other reasons. The capital of Maryland was the country's capital when the Treaty of Paris, ending the Revolutionary War, was signed here. All four Maryland signers of the Declaration of Independence had impressive homes in Annapolis, which still stand today. Annapolis has more of these original 18th century structures standing than any other city in the United States. Instead of using a customary grid, Annapolis was constructed after a baroque plan similar to the magnificent capitals of Europe. Circles with radiating streets were used to create focal points and give importance to certain structures. In one circle is St Anne's, the Episcopal Church, regarded as the spiritual center of the city. In the other circle, rising over the harbor, is the State House, the seat of government. This urban design was admired by frequent visitor George Washington, who later had Pierre L'Enfant incorporate it into the nation's capital.

Annapolis Market Report

$970,113

AVERAGE PRICE OF 309 HOMES

$467,200

AVERAGE PRICE OF 7 DISTRESSED HOMES

$2,181,667

AVERAGE PRICE OF 80 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$1,073,601

AVERAGE PRICE OF 19 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$2,498,705

AVERAGE PRICE OF 21 HOMES WITH A POOL

$596,300

AVERAGE PRICE OF 6 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $970,113
Avg Bedrooms 2.95 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.78 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $405,899
2 bedrooms $580,576
3 bedrooms $797,238
4 bedrooms $1,015,655
5 bedrooms $2,002,817
Annapolis Home Price Trends
  3/2024 2/2024 1/2024 12/2023 11/2023
Total Listings 294 280 279 294 311
Average Price $929,011 $902,561 $906,054 $928,694 $1,008,506
Avg Price Change +2.93% -0.39% -2.50% -8.59% -5.69%
Median Price $615,564 $583,810 $582,000 $599,337 $630,166
Med Price Change +5.44% +0.31% -2.98% -5.14% -3.58%
Avg Bedrooms 2.75 beds 2.79 beds 2.82 beds 2.85 beds 2.93 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.59 baths 2.54 baths 2.57 baths 2.57 baths 2.67 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Annapolis 86 $1,084,512 110 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 309 $970,113 101 days
Distressed Homes 7 $467,200 65 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 80 $2,181,667 113 days
Newly Built Homes 19 $1,073,601 196 days
Homes with a Pool 21 $2,498,705 101 days
Reduced Price Homes 6 $596,300 100 days
Berkshire Hathaway HomeService PenFed Realty
Barry N. Weiss
565 Benfield Road
Severna Park, MD 21146
443-422-5564

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