Homes for Sale in Linstead, Severna Park, MD
Find the newest home listings in Linstead On The Severn, Annapolis today! 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. For more information on real estate for sale in Linstead On The Severn, Annapolis, schedule a showing, call us today, or send an email!
Homes For Sale in Linstead, Severna Park, MD
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The neighborhood of Linstead One The Severn developed after World War II, and soon became a very desirable area to live in. What once was all woods and farmlands is now home to 170 families and a tiny cemetery where members of the Linstead family are buried. This neighborhood had modest cottages and Cape Cods, and now you will see homes that are worth more than $2 million.
While homes for sale in Linstead On The Severn can be listed at $2 million, they are typically between mid to upper $400,000 and mid to upper $800,000. The price depends on where the home is located, the age and condition of the property.
About half of Linstead On The Severn homes are considered waterfront, while another 26 are classified as water view. The homes have two to four bedrooms and two to four bathrooms. The house is generally between 2,000 square feet to 4,500 square feet of living space.
Linstead On The Severn, Annapolis, Community Amenities
The community of Linstead On The Severn enjoys some fantastic amenities in their neighborhood. The residents have a community beach directly on the Sever River that has a waterfront beach, pier, and boat ramp. There is also a palace where a family can have a picnic under the shade of a pavilion or roast marshmallows in the fire pit. The children will have ample room to run and burn some energy in the open spaces and on the playgrounds. Additionally, the neighborhood features several trails that lead to more secluded waterfront areas. There are many organized events for the residents to participate in with their families, such as the crab feasts, oyster roasts, and potluck dinners.
The Linstead On The Severn community calendar is filled with year-round activities. A favorite late-January event, one that everyone looks forward to is the annual Christmas tree burning. This is when an afternoon is also set aside when all the families bring the trees to the beach, have a huge bonfire, and sip on warm apple cider
Linstead On The Severn, Annapolis, School Information
Linstead On The Severnfalls 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. The students fall between the grades of pre-kindergarten through grade 12. There are a number of exciting extracurricular activities and enrichment programs are available for students.
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 Linstead On The Severn including:
Severna Park Elementary School
6 Riggs Ave, Severna Park, MD
Pre Kindergarten - Grade 5
Student Enrollment: 425
Severna Park Middle School
315 Sheffield Rd, Severna Park, MD
Grade 6 - Grade 8
Folger Mckinsey Elementary
175 Arundel Beach Rd, Severna Park, MD
Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 5
Student Enrollment: 616
Severna Park High School
60 Robinson Rd, Severna Park, MD
Grade 9 - Grade 12
Student Enrollment: 1,876
St John the Evangelist School
669 Ritchie Hwy, Severna Park, MD
Pre Kindergarten - Grade 8
Student Enrollment: 529
The Key School
534 Hillsmere Drive, Annapolis, MD
Kindergarten - Grade 12
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 Linstead On The Severn. They include:
Amberley: A beautiful, family-friendly, well-established community, Amberley is surrounded by Whitehall and Ridout Creeks. Just down the road is the Chesapeake Bay. Amberley was named one of the most desirable communities in Maryland. It received this title as it is close to the waterfront and gorgeous neighborhoods.
Annapolis Landing: Annapolis Landing is a beautiful waterfront community located on Beard’s Creek off the South River. It is conveniently close to Baltimore and Washington D.C. The neighborhood is made up of 248 single-family homes. Annapolis Landing is ideally located near a private waterfront park and dock making this community wonderful for families that love the water.
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.
Belvoir Farms: Belvoir Farms is a neighborhood that is located on the outskirts of Annapolis, Maryland. This area is considered to be one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the city. This community offers its residents exciting amenities as well as just being minutes from downtown Annapolis where they can find exceptional shopping and dining.
Living in Annapolis
Maryland’s capital city, Annapolis, is a beautiful town that blends the old with the new. There is the historic downtown district and modern-day amenities. It is also known as America's Sailing Capital, where residents have access to lakes, inlets, creeks, and the Chesapeake Bay. The residents and visitors spend their time on the water and in the many lush parks of Annapolis. Here you can never run out of things to do and see.
The Parks and Recreation Department of Annapolis maintains and cares for over 40 parks providing the community with a rich quality of life. Quiet Waters Park has 340 acres of land paved with many trails and playgrounds. It also has access to water and boat rentals. Sandy Point State Park has 786 acres of land dotted with picnic spots and a beach featuring stunning views of the Bay Bridge.
- Other popular parks in the city include:
- Truxtun Community Park
- Post Office Park
- Bywater Park
- Ellen O. Moyer Nature Park
- Susan Campbell Park
The only way to experience Annapolis is the way the locals do. All residents are spoiled with choice with a vast network of nature trails, green spaces, and outdoor leisure opportunities. For outdoor enthusiasts, the B&A Trail is a 13.3-mile trail for hiking and biking that connects Annapolis to Baltimore. Other popular trails include:
- Naval Academy Stadium Trail
- Poplar Park and Trail
- Spa Creek Trail
Located along the Chesapeake Bay, waterfront locations, destination shorelines, and water views are some of the highlights of Annapolis. But let’s not forget about the shopping experience here. Packed with shopping options, residents can enjoy the modern convenience of malls, the quiet boutique, and the thrill of a bargain hunt, all in one city.
The City Dock is known for locally-owned shops and boutiques, and even art galleries. Once you’ve done perusing these, make your way to the larger shopping centers in Annapolis:
- Annapolis Harbour Center
- Gateway Village
- Riva Shopping Center
- Westfield Annapolis
- Village Green Shopping Center
- Annapolis Town Center
Shopping for the eyes can leave you hungry, and Annapolis has many culinary options for you to choose from. The restaurant's range from old to new and offer only the best for all tastes. You will find countless seafood restaurants along the waterfront and older taverns in the historic district.
There are countless restaurants, here are a few recommended restaurants in Annapolis:
- Adams Taphouse and Grille
- Davis’ Pub
- Wild Country Seafood
- Carroll’s Creek Cafe
- Luna Blu Ristorante Italiano
Annapolis is ideally located, with a 35-45 minute drive from both Baltimore and Washington. Visitors and locals can use Interstate 595 and Interstate 97, which interchanges with I-595. Baltimore is also known for its restaurants, shops, and attractions such as Inner Harbor, National Aquarium, and Fort McHenry. Why not take a helicopter tour and get an aerial view of the United States Naval Academy and Historic Downtown.
The residents of Annapolis rely on Annapolis Transit that services the city and the surrounding Arundel County. Public transportation ensures the residents can fully access recreation, business, retail, and medical areas.
Overall, Annapolis is the ideal place to live and call home. No matter where you settle down in Annapolis, you are guaranteed a friendly atmosphere, abundant outdoor recreation, some of the best and freshest seafood, well-ranked schools with IB programs, and it's close to both Baltimore and Washington.