Location/Address: 3102 Landfall Lane, Annapolis, Md.
List price: $2,250,000
Year built: 1968
Real Estate Agent: Ani Gonzalez-Brunet of Coldwell Banker Realty
Last sold price/date: For $1.15 million on Nov. 2, 2007
Property size: 4,656 square feet home has 5 bedrooms, 3 full and 1 half bathrooms, with a 3-car detached garage on just under a half-acre of land
Unique features: This waterfront brick colonial backs up to Lake Ogleton and has a deep-water pier with a mean low water depth of 6 feet, with slips for three boats and a floating dock and quick access to the Chesapeake Bay and Severn River. The house is made for warm-weather outdoor entertaining, from the fenced-in slate patio to the spacious deck with views of the water, to the artfully landscaped grounds. A renovation that enlarged the windows added180-degree panoramic views and flooded the interior with natural light.
The open flor plan includes a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, a breakfast bar, and high-end stainless-steel high-end appliances including a six-burner gas range. Other interior amenities include a butler’s pantry, newly refinished hardwood floors, an exposed brick wall and two fireplaces.
This urban oasis is located almost exactly midway between Baltimore and Washington and is part of the sought-after waterfront community of Anchorage. Community members have the use of a 49-slip marina on Lake Ogleton, swimming pool, half basketball court and racks for kayaks and paddleboards.