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Old 02-13-2008, 01:08 PM
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Hi! My husband and I are mving back to the DC/MD/VA area. We have two boys (1 and 3 yrs old). I am in the interview process with a company located in Annapolis and wanted to reach out to find out info on the area. We would be renting a 3-4 bedroom place and my husband would have to travel to Catholic University two days a week. THANKS in advance for the networking info and area opinions!
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Old 02-19-2008, 10:12 AM
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Hello I love Annapolis however I don't live there. So I really can't tell you much about living there. I know it's one of the most beauitful cities I've ever been in and there is alot of activities to do. If I was going to move to a city Annapolis would be in my top three. I don't know if that helps much. Anyways good luck and Welcome to Maryland.
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Old 06-03-2008, 08:29 PM
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You might consider looking in our area, we live in West River, 15 mins. from Annapolis, but out of the city. It's rural, but we live in a neighborhood with sidewalks, paved bike paths, community pier, we love it. There are some houses for sale here and they usually run 500-600k, don't know if that's in your price range but this is a great place for kids to grow up. The housing market is slow, so you may even be able to get a place for lower than listed. We are only 10 mins from Edgewater, grocery stores, KMart, etc.

Let me know if you would like more info, or I'm sure any realtor would be able to help you out, our neighborhood is West River Estates.

Good Luck
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Old 06-04-2008, 11:56 AM
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Annapolis is a great area, the downtown is beautiful and if you like to sail or would like to learn how, it's THE place to be. There are downsides to Annapolis. The traffic can be bad in the evening rush hour. There are also high crime areas in some neighborhoods. I think you would also find better schools in the next town north which is Arnold, or south Edgewater, which is still only a few minutes from Annapolis. Best thing is to visit first and check it out.
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