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Featured Homes March 2008

Nov 09, 2010 10:39PM ● By Anonymous

Bayside Beach, Pasadena
Primary Structure Built 2003
Sold for $840,000
Listing Price:
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5

Purchased in 2001 for $65,000 as a rehab after Hurricane Isabel, this home has been completely rebuilt. It is a boater’s paradise and waterfront living at its finest with a double lot including 147’ of water frontage and two 10,000 lb boatlifts. The sandy beach and private pier have views of the Bodkin River and are just minutes from the Chesapeake Bay. If the waterfront amenities weren’t enough, the kitchen features maple cabinetry, Corian counters, and an oversized island. Hardwood floors on the main level, a huge great room, and a detached three car garage add to the property’s charm. Though it didn’t fetch its million-dollar asking price, it is the highest sale in the community’s history. In our county there always seems to be a market for waterfront buyers.

Hazelcroft, Davidsonville
Primary Structure Built 2007
Sold for $790,000

Listing Price: $895,000
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2.5

This home is new construction on an almost four-acre lot in a private gated community. The soaring ceilings throughout and abundant windows make it bright and airy. Kitchen upgrades include granite counters, center island, travertine tile, and a walk-in pantry. Other featured amenities are hardwood floors, wrap-around porches (adding to its excellent curb appeal), stone gas fireplace, main level study, walk-out basement, Andersen windows, and zoned HVAC. This was the first sale in a small private community.