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Looking for the right reasons to make Crownsville, Maryland your new place to live in the Greater Baltimore/Annapolis area? We have a feeling you’ll love calling this small suburban town home! Crownsville is very scenic, particularly during the Spring and Fall Seasons. Plus it offers plenty of nearby parks, restaurants, coffee shops, events and shopping destinations, so you’ll never have to travel far to get what you need.
Did we mention that Crownsville was small? Like, fifteen hundred residents, small! That means, for the most part, you won’t have to deal with the other hassles that come with living in more densely populated areas. Crownsville has a secluded-feeling, and is located just outside of Annapolis.
Crownsville is also home to the Maryland Renaissance, which attracts not only people from Maryland, but many from other states as well. Set in the fictional, 16th-century, English village of Revel Grove, the Maryland Renaissance Festival is the second largest Ren-Fest in the US. Festival grounds stretch across 27 acres of heavily vegetated land, which offers a scenically authentic, 16th-century vibe. Event goers often dress up in period inspired costumes, but you don’t need to dress up to enjoy everything it has to offer. Some of the delicious food options include scotch eggs, crab pretzels, cheesecake on a stick, candied nuts, and of course the iconic turkey legs. If you are over the age of 21, you can also grab some meade, a bee sting, or a snake bite to go with it. Don't worry...those last two are just mixed beer/mead drink options on the stand menus, not actually bee stings and snake bites! Another fun thing to do at the Maryland Renaissance Festival is to explore the shops. Things for sale include period inspired outfits & accessories, crystals & gems, swords, books, furniture and more. Make sure you also check out the schedule and catch a show!
If you love spending time outside, you might enjoy Generals Highway Corridor Park, which offers nature trails and playing fields. Or, if you prefer exploring wild forests and marshes, you’ll enjoy hiking or biking at the Bacon Ridge Natural Area. And if your idea of a good time outside means aiming for the green, the Eisenhower Golf Course is nestled right in Crownsville.
Ready to grab a bite for lunch or a night out with some friends? Lures Bar and Grille offers American bites, a large craft beer menu, and an energetic vibe. Or maybe try Ramshead Roadhouse, which offers a regular trivia night for your entertainment while you enjoy your meal. Looking for something quick? Grab a sub at Subway. If you are planning a night in, consider ordering some pizza from S K Restaurant. When you’re on the go in the morning, don’t forget to grab your coffee from the local Bean Rush Cafe!
Getting everything you need is a breeze when you live in Crownsville, Maryland. Annapolis is just around the corner, which means residents of Crownsville have easy access to the Westfield Annapolis Mall, the Annapolis Harbour Center, and the Annapolis Town Center. Store options include places like Target, Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn and so many others.
Crownsville is also a great commuter location! Access to 97 and 50 is right down the road, which makes the commute into Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C. or to Fort Meade/NSA a breeze. This roadway access also means it is easy to drive into one of the other nearby cities for additional shopping, dining, or events.
Several of the Crownsville neighborhoods also offer great water access to residents, along with some other awesome amenities. Some of the amenities in these neighborhoods include community beaches, playgrounds, boat ramps, basketball courts, tennis courts, pools and more!
There are plenty of reasons to love living in Crownsville, so why not make it official? Get started on your home search today by browsing our available listings online!
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