Homes for Sale in Poplar Point, Edgewater, MD
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Homes For Sale in Poplar Point, Edgewater, MD
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The community of Poplar Point began to develop in 1988 and continues to do so over the years. This area has 51 homes, 21 of which are near the water and 30 that are not. The neighborhood is comprised of single-family homes with a price tag larger than other communities that are similar.
Homes for sale in Poplar Point generally have three to six bedrooms and four to seven bathrooms. They range in size from 3,025 square feet to an impressive 8,603 square feet of living space.
The price for the homes in this neighborhood starts at $725,000 to over $2 million with the average price being 1,246,000. This is a popular and well sought after area for the beautiful views as immediate access to Routes 50 and I-97.
Poplar Point, Annapolis, Community Amenities
There are many amenities for the residents of Poplar Point. There are private marinas that are share with the non-waterfront properties, kayak and canoe storage, pier for crabbing and fishing, and 30 deep water boat slips.
The community has several events that they hold throughout the year. They participate in the annual summer picnic, Halloween party, and Holiday party.
Further recreation and amenities can be found in downtown Annapolis, which falls just minutes away from Poplar Point. A wide selection of restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, and sandy beaches are easily accessible.
Poplar Point, Annapolis, School Information
Poplar Point falls under the jurisdiction of the Anne Arundel County Public Schools District. The district is home to top-rated schools and excellent education that will prepare students well for higher education. Students’ education is well rounded out with extracurriculars for them to participate in.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools is the public school district serving Anne Arundel County, Maryland. With over 80,000 students, the AACPS school system is the 5th largest in Maryland and the 46th largest in the United States.
The Anne Arundel County Public School system is an award-winning organization employing more than 5,766 teachers in 124 schools. AACPS primarily consists of 79 elementary schools (Pre-K or K, through grade 5), 19 middle schools (grades 6–8), and 12 high schools (grades 9-12). AACPS maintains 2 centers of applied technology, 3 charter and contract schools, 3 special education centers, 1 alternative high school, 1 middle school learning center, and 1 center for emotionally impaired students known as the Phoenix Center.
There is a handful of wonderful schooling option available to students who reside in Poplar Point including:
Edgewater Elementary School
121 Washington Road, Edgewater, MD
Pre Kindergarten - Grade 5
Student Enrollment: 593
Central Middle School
221 Central Avenue East, Edgewater, MD
Grade 6 - Grade 8
Student Enrollment: 1,202
Annapolis Elementary School
180 Green St, Annapolis, MD
Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 5
Student Enrollment: 254
South River High School
201 Central Avenue East, Edgewater, MD
Grade 9 - Grade 12
Student Enrollment: 2,150
St Annes School Of Annapolis
3112 Arundel on the Bay Road, Annapolis, MD
Pre Kindergarten - Grade 8
Student Enrollment: 195
The Key School
534 Hillsmere Drive, Annapolis, MD
Student Enrollment: 662
*Disclaimer: Always check with your local school district to confirm enrollment and attendance eligibility.
There are a variety of neighborhoods that are similar to Poplar Point. They include:
Pendennis Mount: Pendennis Mount is a beautiful water-privileged community that is located just over the Naval Academy Bridge on the Severn River. The neighborhood is divided into East and West Pendennis Mount by Richie Highway. Residents of the community can enjoy a small beach or a short walk to The Severn Inn, The Jonas Green Park, and B&A Trail. The views of the Severn River are spectacular making this a wonderful place to call home.
Linstead On The Severn: Linstead On The Severn is a neighborhood that is located in Annapolis, Maryland. It is on a peninsula surrounded by Sullivan Cove, Yantz Cove, and the Severn River. It has gentle hills and a canopy of mature trees, where the wind blowing off the river ruffles the leaves. With streets with names like Evergreen Trail, Cedar Point Road, and Boone Trail it reflects the 300-year history of the land. Each house is architecturally one of a kind. This is a must-see neighborhood for any prospective buyer.
Bay Ridge: Bay Ridge is a prestigious waterfront community that is located in Annapolis. The neighborhood is on the waters of Lake Ogleton, the Severn River, and the Chesapeake Bay. This quaint community is close to beaches and has a quiet and tranquil feel to it. Bay Ridge offers stunning homes, beautiful views, and an idyllic waterfront lifestyle.
Chartwell on Severn: The neighborhood of Chartwell on Severn is centrally located in Anne Arundel County, about 10 miles north of Annapolis. This beautiful golf course community homes have access to many walking and biking trails. Chartwell on Severn surrounds the well-known Chartwell Golf & Country Club. There are many wonderful amenities and recreational opportunities within the community for residents to participate in.
Harbor Hills: is a waterfront community that is located on treed roads along the scenic South River. The neighborhood has park-like beauty and the streets were named with the ships that paved the way for the discovery of Harbor Hills. Harbor Hills is ideally located minutes to Annapolis and other major cities. This well-established community attracts homebuyers from all over.
Living in Annapolis
Annapolis, Maryland’s capital city, is known as America’s Sailing Capital and home to the US Naval Academy, “Naptown.” Annapolis is blended with the historic downtown district, rich in history. And it offers its residents many outdoor activities, shopping, and dining with its location on the Chesapeake Bay, having access to many rivers, creeks, and inland bays.
Annapolis boasts over 40 natural parks and trails that are looked after by the Parks and Recreation Department. These parks are open from sunrise to sunset and cover 70 acres of community parkland. Some popular parks and green spaces that residents can enjoy in Annapolis include:
- Truxtun Community Park
- Post Office Park
- Bywater Park
- Ellen O. Moyer Nature Park
- Susan Campbell Park
- Jonas & Anne Catherine Green Park
- Thomas Point Park
Baltimore and Annapolis Trail, Broad Creek Trail, and Quiet Waters Park Trail all have unique features with Quiet Waters Park being the most visited park in Annapolis. They either go through historic routes, hills, or beautiful gardens. Hiking, biking, and walking these networks of trails provide an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Annapolis is known for its outdoors, but just as impressive are the dining options in the city. Seafood lovers are spoiled for choice with the many restaurants along the bay. O’Leary’s and Harry Browne’s have a variety of seafood options and come highly recommended. Annapolis caters to everyone. There are fine dining and quick grab restaurants.
Popular restaurants in Annapolis include:
- Joss Cafe & Sushi Bar
- Davis’ Pub
- Wild Country Seafood
- Carroll’s Creek Cafe
- Luna Blu Ristorante Italiano
There is more to Annapolis than just food and outdoor activities, and that is shopping. Whether you are looking for a gift or something for yourself, the options are plentiful in the city. Forget online shopping with a wide variety of stores, retailers, and personal services, the shopping complexes in Annapolis, provide an all-around experience with high-end stores and movie theatres. There are plenty of grocery stores and unique boutiques.
Some of the high-end retail shopping centers in Annapolis are:
Annapolis Harbour Center
Riva Shopping Center
Village Green Shopping Center
Annapolis Town Center
Looking to venture beyond Annapolis, and Anne Arundel County, why not fly into three airports: BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) from anywhere in the country. Visit Annapolis, Baltimore, and Washington. Baltimore and Washington are a short 35 and 45-minute drive from Annapolis. Baltimore has great hotel options and the Inner Harbor and National Aquarium to visit. Washington has the Capitol building, the Washington Monument, and the Smithsonian Institution Museums to check out.
Getting around on public bus transportation with Annapolis Transit is quick and dependable. It covers eight routes that make it easy for residents to access business, recreation, medical and shopping areas. You can also move around the downtown area and go to Eastport on the water by taking an Annapolis water taxi.
Annapolis basks in 208 sunny days per year. This makes it ideal for enjoying both nature and the water, and no wonder Coastal Living named it one of the 20 best places to live on the coast. Anyone would love to call it home for the following reasons: Annapolis is a friendly environment with a high-rated education system, quality housing, a rich history, and a ton of character.