This stately Colonial-revival home, continuously kept in pristine condition since 1937, is at once a world away and within easy access to major routes toward Washington, Baltimore and their airports. Rowe Boulevard, Annapolis’ main artery, is but a three-minute drive, yet it does nothing to interrupt the peace and privacy of Wardour’s park-like peninsula. Even better, this quiet retreat runs on the easy pace of the Eastern Shore without the hassle of crossing the Bay Bridge, while the shops and restaurants of West Annapolis are an easy stroll down leafy streets.
You know you’ve arrived once you turn onto Bridgewater’s graceful, winding drive, lined with flowering hydrangea and ornamental grasses overflowing from the gardens. The estate’s crisp white brick and black shutters quickly comes into view—just as the verdant landscaping blocks everything else out. That’s an important quality for families seeking total privacy for their weekend—or full-time—escape. The home’s capacity to sleep up to 20 people makes it perfect for holiday celebrations with multiple generations; weekend house parties; even corporate retreats.
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