Annapolis, MD Real Estate
Annapolis, Maryland is located in Anne Arundel County. Nearby cities and towns include Naval Academy, Annapolis Neck, Parole, Highland Beach, Edgewater, Mayo, Riva, Arnold, Cape St. Claire, Crownsville, Herald Harbor, Arden on the Severn, Severna Park, Galesville, Lake Shore, Crofton, Shady Side, Stevensville, Queen Anne, Gambrills, Chester, Odenton, Deale, Bowie, Pasadena, Riviera Beach, Glen Burnie, Kent Narrows, Marlboro Meadows, Fairwood, Woodmore, Severn, Brock Hall, Fort Meade, Glenn Dale, Kettering, Ferndale, Grasonville, Friendship, Mitchellville, Upper Marlboro, Marlboro Village, Edgemere, Lake Arbor, Brooklyn Park, Lanham, North Beach, Queenstown, Springdale, Rock Hall, Largo, Maryland City, Seabrook, Linthicum, Owings, Jessup, Queenland, Glenarden, South Laurel, Westphalia, Chesapeake Beach, St. Michaels, Baltimore Highlands, Dunkirk, New Carrollton, Summerfield, Elkridge, Edesville, Lansdowne, Croom, Tilghman Island, Greenbelt, Dundalk, Landover, Marlton, Landover Hills, Laurel, North Laurel, Savage, Peppermill Village, Forestville, Woodlawn, Arbutus, Melwood, Walker Mill, East Riverdale, District Heights, Seat Pleasant, Berwyn Heights, Cheverly, Rosaryville, Ilchester, Fairmount Heights, Scaggsville, Capitol Heights, Konterra, Riverdale Park, Bladensburg, Tolchester, Andrews AFB, Beltsville, Morningside, Edmonston, West Laurel, College Park, Essex, Coral Hills, University Park, Colmar Manor, Georgetown, Suitland, Catonsville, Cottage City, North Brentwood, Baden, Baltimore, Centreville, Hyattsville, Brentwood, Calverton, Rosedale, Adelphi, Columbia, Mount Rainier, and Silver Hill. Annapolis is a suburban community with a population of 39,818. The median household income is $73,010. In Annapolis, 41% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 26% of the households. Half the population of Annapolis commutes 19 minutes or less to work, with 72% of residents holding white collar jobs and 28% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Annapolis, MD is 32 years, with 46% of those homes owned, 45% rented, and 9% not occupied. In the previous year, 527 Annapolis properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Annapolis in the previous year was $420,955.