10 Best Places in Maryland for Retirees

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4) Annapolis

As the capital of Maryland, Annapolis is one of the oldest and most charming cities in the U.S. It’s location on the Severn River and near Chesapeake Bay make it a desirable place to live for many people. It’s home to boating enthusiasts and hosts the nation’s largest sailboat and powerboat show. Many current residents and retirees were attracted by the Colonial Annapolis Historic District. This area encompasses a large number of well-preserved 18th-century buildings with the community dating all the way back to the 1600s. The downtown area boasts many antique homes which are popular with seniors. The historic U.S. Naval Academy is also located in here. The median home value is well above the national average at nearly $420,000, but the city is worth it if you can afford it. It seems affluent seniors are attracted to Annapolis. 15% of the 40,000 residents are 65 or older.

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