Category Archives: Communities

May 13, 2021

Welcome to Boulevard Park, a charming water-oriented community located in Pasadena, Maryland. Built in the 60’s and 70’s with about 525 homes, some of which enjoy waterfront access to the Magothy River.

This neighborhoods most popular feature is the waterfront community park, which features a community pier, boat ramp, and clubhouse.

Boulevard Park is located in the Chesapeake School district which includes the award winning blue ribbon Bodkin…

April 08, 2021

Welcome to Watersedge, a charming water-oriented community located on the Murray Point peninsula in Dundalk, Maryland. Built in the 1940’s with about 500 homes, many of which enjoy a waterfront view of Bullneck Creek, Bear Creek, and Peach Orchard Cove.

This neighborhoods most popular feature is the waterfront community park, which includes a beach area, fishing pier, baseball fields, basketball courts, and playground facilities.

Watersedge is located on the south side…

February 18, 2021

Welcome to Cedarwood Cove, a charming water-oriented community built in the late 1970’s with about 200 homes. About a dozen of these homes are situated on the waterfront of Bodkin Creek.

This neighborhoods most popular feature is a community pool, with membership that is open to the public. Adjacent to the pool is a pavilion and park area with playground equipment.

Cedarwood Cove is located off of Mountain Road at Forest…

January 15, 2021

Welcome to Long Point on the Magothy, a water-privileged community of about 400 homes with the Magothy River on two sides and Cornfield Creek on the other.

This neighborhood contains three community beaches and a residential-use boat ramp, plus over 20 access-points to the water. There is also a community hall located on Long Point Road that is available for rental to both…

December 10, 2020

Welcome to Chestnut Hill Cove, a water oriented townhouse community with about 400 colonial style homes that were built in the early 1990’s.

This neighborhood is situated on Nabbs Creek and features some great outdoor amenities that include a boat ramp, pier with boat slips, and a waterfront recreational area.

Conveniently located near 695, giving you quick access to Baltimore, Annapolis and Fort Meade. The community feeds into the Anne Arundel County…

October 16, 2020

Welcome to Daniel’s Purchase, a planned single-family home community with about 150 colonial style homes that were built in the early 2000’s.

This neighborhood features some great outdoor amenities, including a playground, basketball & tennis courts, and swimming pool.

Conveniently located near 97, giving you quick access to Baltimore and Annapolis. Just around the corner in the site for the new to-be-built Old Mill West High School. Nearby, you’ll discover the…

April 14, 2020

Take a guided tour of Greenspring at Compass Pointe neighborhood in Pasadena, Maryland.

This is one of two communities built on Compass Pointe Golf Course, a 36-hole, public golf course owned and operated by Anne Arundel County.

Greenspring sits on the Southeast side of the golf course. And the course has 36 holes, each nine indicated by North, South, East and West.

The community does not have water access, but Pasadena is…

January 30, 2020

Take a guided tour of Saybrooke neighborhood in Pasadena, Maryland.

Hey, everybody. It’s James Bowerman with the Real Creative Group of Douglas Realty and you’re watching another episode of Creative Communities. Today I’m going to give you a tour of my childhood neighborhood. This is Saybrooke in Pasadena, Maryland. Now, Saybrooke was built in the early 1990s by Koch Homes. It’s a small neighborhood, and it has less than 60…

November 19, 2019

Take a guided tour of Sylvan View, Hunters Harbor, and Sillery Bay neighborhoods in Pasadena, Maryland.

Hey everyone, it’s James Bowerman with the Real Creative Group of Douglas Realty and coming to you with another episode of Creative Communities.

So today we’re not looking at just one, we’re actually looking at three communities. I’m going to tour you through starting with Sylvan View, then Hunters Harbor and Sillery Bay. Now what’s…