St. Margaret’s Landing is a community located on the Broadneck Peninsula, just off of Route 50 in Annapolis. We are just minutes from the Annapolis City Dock, Sandy Point State Park, and Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Our community is also a short drive to Washington D.C., Downtown Baltimore and BWI airport. St. Margaret’s Landing is served by Windsor Farm Elementary and Broadneck High Schools – both of these schools consistently rank among the highest in the State of Maryland. Our community was established in 2001, with the final phase completed in Fall of 2005.
Cape St. Claire is a covenanted community founded in 1949. Originally designed to be a community of summer cottages, Cape St. Claire is now home to approximately 7,878 year-round residents living in more than 2,200 single-family homes. Homes come in all shapes and sizes (from ranchers to split levels, colonials and contemporaries, all types of homes are found in the Cape), and the diversity of houses has long been a goal for the community. The community boasts three marinas (with a combined total of over 200 boat slips), a boat ramp, several beaches, and a couple of water parks with playground equipment for the kids.
The Indian Hills and Glen Eden communities have a web site with information about their swimming facilities and governance, newsletters, a forum, and photographs. Update 2/9/2016: ihge.org website is dead. Newer website at indianhillsgleneden.com leads to a scam site — avoid. There is, however, a Facebook Community Page for Indian … Continue reading →