Cape St. John is a charming, water-privileged community located on the scenic South River and accessible via Riva Road. Originally used as a camp for the Boy Scouts of America, Cape St. John was purchased, subdivided and sold to individual owners who built their homes for permanent and part-time residence. Cape St. John residents enjoy a community beach, boat ramp, small boat storage, picnic tables, BBQ facilities and a children's playground. In the past year, seven homes sold in Cape St. John ranging in price from $750,000 to $1,859,000. Contact Us to learn about properties currently available in this unique and water priveledged community.
In the last 30 days, 11 homes sold in Annapolis over $1 million, including this stunning property, 1620 Bay Head Road. A tree-lined gated drive leads to 40 acres of privacy for boating, fishing, hunting & swimming w/ 1000 ft of waterfront, incredible views of the Magothy River & the Bay, fresh water pond & actively farmed fields. Gracious country home features an incredible great room/kitchen & waterviews from every room. Pool & pool house, oversized barn with bays for 3 cars & a studio. To see the full list of all 11 million dollar properties that sold in the last 30 days, Click Here.
The Listing Agent for 1620 Bay Head Road was Georgie Berkinshaw; the Buyer's Agent was Travis Gray, both of Coldwell Banker, Church Circle in Annapolis.
*The complete list of 11 properties is from the multiple listing service and neither suggests nor infers that Travis Gray or Coldwell Banker participated as either the listing or cooperating agent or broker in the sale or purchase of the properties depicted.
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The following article was written by Laura Gaskill and was originally published on Houzz.com.
Stone floors are beautiful, sturdy and extremely long lasting — and they can work in just about any room in the house. In fact, they are one of the only flooring materials (aside from perhaps concrete) that can be used both indoors and out with ease. If you are considering making an investment in stone floors for your home, these pros and cons can help guide your decision-making process.
Pros of Stone Flooring
Stone lasts forever. There is a reason the most ancient structures built by humans that are still standing are made of stone — it’s an incredibly strong, hardy material. If you are designing a home you hope to live in for many years to come, stone floors are a solid choice. Compared to wood floors, which will eventually require refinishing, and engineered wood floors, which may need to be replaced after a time, stone floors require very little maintenance.
Stone used indoors and out creates a seamless flow. If you crave indoor-outdoor flow, using the same stone inside the house as outdoors is a great way to connect the two spaces. Especially when the stone is paired with large windows and sliding glass doors — or even a pivoting wall, as shown here — the effect is stunning.
Stone is naturally cool in warm weather. If your climate is warm or temperate, you will appreciate stone’s natural ability to stay cool to the touch, even when outdoor temperatures climb. Padding barefoot across a bare stone threshold in summer is an utterly satisfying feeling.
Stone floors work well with radiant heat. If winters are cold where you live, radiant heat beneath stone floors is a luxurious, energy-efficient way to heat your home. Stone conducts heat well, making it a top choice for radiant heat systems.
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In the past 30 days, there have been 53 new waterfront listings in the Annapolis area, including this gorgeous home located at 5 Market Quay in Annapolis. This downtown Annapolis waterfront residence features a Chef's kitchen, 2 fireplaces and gleaming hardwood floors. Take a few steps outside for a dip in the property's heated waterfront pool. To learn more about this property or to receive a full list of all 53 available listings, Click Here.
*This information is from the multiple listing service and neither suggests nor infers that Travis Gray or Coldwell Banker participated as either the listing or cooperating agent or broker in the sale or purchase of the properties depicted.
This beautiful 17+ AC wooded waterfront lot on the Severn River is just minutes from downtown Annapolis. This is a rare opportunity to build your dream home on an extremely private and tranquil homesite. Grading permit is in hand and building and pier permits are pending. The build site has been cleared and trails have been cut throughout the property. Keep your boat at the community pier while yours is being built.
For more information go to http://1700severnheights.com
Travis Gray was born in Annapolis and raised on the Severn River. He specializes in marketing fine homes and waterfront property in the Annapolis area.