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What's Up? with Eastern Shore Real Estate: September 2012

Two lovely, comforting waterfront properties to fall in love with.

Centreville Guesthouse gets Promoted to Main House

One hot August night after having turned twice to the swimming pool to escape the summer's brutal heat, local artist Nancy Hammond and husband, Centreville lawyer Robert Price Jr., laughed at the idea that while they were baking away in their old fashioned—albeit beautiful and spacious—house, their fully air- conditioned little guesthouse sat vacant on the other side of their property. "We went downstairs, jumped in the golf cart, drove across, and realized 'Hey, this little house over here is much more workable for us. We don't need that much space. Let's just enlarge the [guesthouse] a bit and sell the other property.'"

What's Up? with West County Real Estate: September 2012

Two unique homes by the water.

Making Cool Nights Hot

The Comfort and Luxury of Hot Tubs Extends Your Outdoor Fun into Cool-Eeather Seasons.

Luxurious Kitchens from the Inside to Out

The fun and convenience of cooking in a fully equipped kitchen outside has enticed many homeowners into remodeling their patios to take advantage of this 2lst-century trend.

What's Up? with Eastern Shore Real Estate: August 2012

August is one of the best times to head over to the Eastern Shore for weekend getaways, but it's also an excellent time to check out real estate listings with next summer in mind. Here are two listings that caught our eyes, and made us think twice.

Create Clear Views

With all this water, our homes are all about the view. Here’s an expert’s take on how to maximize or minimize your exposure. Sally Morse, Director of Creative Services for Hunter Douglas, the leading name in custom window fashions, offers a few new tips to give you the vision you desire.

Farm to Table at Cottingham in Talbot County

A stunning farm plays host to elegant meals prepared with produce from its organic fields and greenhouse.

What's Up with Annapolis Real Estate: August 2012

Buyers and sellers often get bogged down with conventional ideas of what a home should be, how it should look, and what it should cost. But this month’s what’s up with real estate shows that with a little creativity and foresight, Annapolis homeowners experience great success with the unconventional.

Mayor Announces Moderately Priced Homes in Downtown Annapolis and Eastport

Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen announced this morning a program to offer moderately priced dwelling units for sale to qualified residents. In 2004, the City of Annapolis established the Moderately Priced Dwelling Unit (MPDU) program that requires a developer to set aside 12% of the units for sale in a new development at a price below the market rate.  These units would be available to persons or families whose income qualifies for the discounted price and can qualify for a mortgage.  Because of the downturn in the housing market, no new developments were under construction until recently. Currently, there are three projects under construction and nine MPDUs are available for sale to those who qualify.