Nearby Elementary Schools:
Book of Life Academy, 913 Cedar Park Road.
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Maryland's capital since 1694, Annapolis has changed little over the centuries, its charmingly narrow, time-worn streets make it among the more engaging small cities in the United States. At its center is the 1779 Maryland State House, which for six months between 1783 and 1784, served as the capitol of the United States. It remains the oldest statehouse still in use.
Many grand late-eighteenth century brick homes line the streets of Annapolis. The red brick 1774 villa of the Hammond-Harwood house, 19 Maryland Avenue, is notable for its beautifully carved woodwork and intricate front doorway.
The 1774 Chase-Lloyd house, 22 Maryland Avenue, is a three story Georgian brick townhouse with grand stairway, interior Ionic columns, and intricate ornamentation.
Finally, the 1765 William Paca house, 186 Prince George Street, is decorated in warm, rich colors with ornate furniture. Besides such elite manors, dozens of eighteenth century clapboard cottages and warehouses fill the narrow streets that run down to the waterfront.
Annapolis is the capital of the State of Maryland and the county seat of Anne Arundel County. It has a population of 38,394 in the 2010 census and is situated on the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the Severn River. Our city is the home of the US Navy Academy. Annapolis sits approximately 26 miles from Baltimore, Maryland and approximately 29 miles from the Nation's Capital, Washingon, DC.