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Luxury Homes in Anne Arundel County, MD
Situated within the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area, Anne Arundel County is a fast-growing region with Maryland's state capital, Annapolis, at its center. NVHomes offers a wide selection of luxury home communities in Anne Arundel County, MD, that are in close proximity to major metropolitan transportation links, an emerging business sector and lush historic landscapes.
NVHomes offers a wide selection of luxury homes in Anne Arundel County, MD, that are in close proximity to major metropolitan transportation links, including a light-rail system that extends from downtown Baltimore to the Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). Located in Anne Arundel County, BWI has emerged as a popular alternative to Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport for Washington, DC, residents in recent years.
A Diverse Economy
In Anne Arundel County, MD, luxury homebuilding continues to expand. Growth is particularly strong in western parts of the county, which have benefitted from the expansion of cyber-security and intelligence agencies in the Fort Meade area. NVHomes' luxury homes in Anne Arundel County, MD, are located near expanding office parks that offer employment in technology, biosciences, and other sectors of the new economy.
Diverse Historical Legacy
NVHomes is one of Anne Arundel County, MD's newest luxury homebuilders, and continues to play a huge role in the region's increasingly suburban identity and cosmopolitan lifestyle. However, residents of our luxury communities can also appreciate the county's historical roots, centered in Annapolis.
Established in the mid-17th century by Virginian Puritans, the town thrived in the Colonial era through water-based industries such as boatbuilding, sail making, and packing oysters. With the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783, Annapolis became the temporary capital of the United States for a year. Testament to the city's historical importance is the Maryland State House, which has been in continuous legislative use since 1779 and was America's initial peacetime capitol.