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281 Anchor Dr., Lusby MD 20657! $554,500

Waterfront on Mill Creek. Minutes to Solomons Island Harbor, The Patuxent River & The Chesapeake Bay!

Beautiful Contemporary w/ incredible views! Bright open floor plan w/ soaring windows, cathedral ceiling, hardwood floors, ceramic tile floors & skylights. Magnificent kitchen opens to great room, formal dining rm. Magnificent master suite w/ deluxe bath. Wrap a-round multi level decks leads to your own private pier w/ multi slips & boat lift on Mill Creek. Professional  landscaped w/stone walls.

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Monique Hailer – CENTURY 21 New Millennium

Call Monique Hailer – CENTURY 21 New Millennium for more information. Please feel free to search Monique’s Website for additional waterfront properties for sale on Southern Maryland! Southern Maryland Real Estate and Waterfront Homes!

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13141 Court David, Lusby Md 20657!

Lusby MD 20657! 300 Ft. of Waterfront on Mill Creek! Complete Remodel and Addition in 2008!
This home is in pristine condition and the pictures don’t show the true beauty! Must see to appreciate the expansive views, open floor plan and spans of glass!
Amazing kitchen design and layout! Kitchen design and installation completed by Beautiful Kitchens. If you don’t like to cook you will now! Complete new master suite w/ walk-in closet, fab bath & soaring windows & loft area w/ wet bar/coffee station. Two piers, deep water & boat lift. 2 car attached garage & 700 sq ft. detached garage. Adjacent waterfront lot Lot 42BLK A Sec 23 conveys! Amenities and upgrades throughout home.
Complete Remodel and Addition in 2008: For home specifications please visit: 13141 Court David, Lusby Md 20657

Community of Drum Point Community Drum Point Property Owners Association   is located in Southern Maryland making up 622 lots. Prior to World War 11, Drum Point was a very rural community where residents made their living off of the land and water. Drum Point Club is a separate organization from DPPOA. The Club us a social organization by a group of Drum Point Property owners whose dedication was to conserve and preserve the community’s natural beauty and assets for its residents and for future generations and to enjoy peaceful recreational pursuits. Recreational pursuits include fishing & special events.

Call Monique Hailer -CENTURY 21 New Millennium for more information: 443.532.5407 or email: moniquehailer@mris.com

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Open House! 414 Overlook Dr., Lusby MD 20657

Open House! 13141 Court David, Lusby MD 20657

Open House! 282 Valerie Ln, Lusby Md 20657

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Luxurious Waterfront Home on Deep Protected Waterfront on Mill Creek! 8+MLW with Private Pier and Boat Lift minutres to Solomons Island Harbor!

Romantic architecture of the Old South illustrates how today’s craftsmen can recapture the style and substance of a traditional wood form. From its clapboard siding to its carved mantels, the house reflects meticulous attention to detail. William E. Poole, a residential designer, planned it. With 265′ of waterfront, this home overlooks Mill Creek, a tributary to the Chesapeake Bay and The Patuxent River! Mill Creek leads to the Harbor in quaint Solomons Island Waterfront!

Poole drew his ideas for the house from the antebellum planter’s cottages that dot the banks of the lower Mississippi River near Natchez. One such cottage, the c 1820 Briars, particularly influenced him. (Students of southern history will remember the house as the site of the 1845 marriage of Varina Howell to Jefferson Davis.)

The word “cottage” seems a quaint misnomer, given the size of some planters’ homes. This home is spacious, comprising more than 6,000 sq. ft. Similarly, its facade recalls the earlier house with its full-width, columned gallery under a gabled roof and its arched dormer windows.

The owners’ modifications include a family room with vaulted ceiling, chef’s kitchen and enclosed sun room. The family room and the master suite access a raised rear deck that overlooks Mill Creek.

Special Features

5 bedrooms • Master on 1st floor • 4.5 bathrooms • Two Story Foyer • 5″ Antique Heart Pine Flooring on first floor • Formal Living Room with Gas Fireplace • Formal Dining Room with Gas Fireplace • Two Story Family Room • Gourmet Eat-in Kitchen (2 dishwashers, 2 sinks, 6 burner restaurant stove with 2 ovens, refrigerator, freezer, ice maker, microwave, Granite and Corian) • Custom built-in Library • Covered Front Porch & Open Deck on Waterside • 2 Complete Laundry Rooms • Third Fireplace in unfinished Basement • Carpeted 2 Car Side Entry Garage • 10,000 Sq Ft Concrete Pavers Driveway • Door, Window, and Motion Detector Alarm System • Three zone Geothermal HVAC • Exterior CT Cabinet for 400 AMP house service, 200 AMP Storage shed service, and 100 AMP Pier electric service • Bulk headed waterfront with 100 ft Pier and boat lift • Buried propane tank for hot water heaters, restaurant style range/ovens and fireplaces • Pull down staircase to full stand up attic • Central Vacuum

If you are in interested in viewing more Solomons Island Waterfront Homes, Please vist my Waterfront Website: Solomons Island Waterfront Homes. If you are would like more information about this Waterfront Estate on Mill Creek or for private viewing please call my mobile phone: (443)532.5407. To find out more information about Solomons Island vist: Solomons Island Guide. Fun things to do in Solomons Island: Solomons Island Sailing Charters, Tiki Bar of Solomons Island,A Taste of Solomons Solomons 4th of July Solomons Paint the Town The Women’s Walk Sunday Fundays Spring Gala Solomons Island Winery Sail Solomons Carmen’s Gallery and much more!

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Termite Swarming Season

February and March are swarming season for termites as well as some ants. Termite reproductives emerge from their nests to mate in February and March. These mating flights are commonly called “swarms.” Don’t let them make your home their new colony.

If you see termites flying around your area look out! These creatures live underground and tunnel to the basements, foundations of homes to use your wood as a food source.

Look out for tunnels in the mud surrounding your home. If these swarmers are seen inside your home at all, chances are you are infested. In such a case, call a proffesional. IT is EXTREMELY DIFFICULT to take on these intruders on your own.

These pests shed their wings as soon as they have found somewhere to take over. If you find wings on the floor, window sill, door frames, table tops, you have an infestation. They need to survive in high moisture environments. Best bet is to look by kitchen or bathroom pipes, the cool basement, or foundation of the home. A lot of people when going through sanitation over look the water drain or gutters of the home. There is plenty of moist soil to create a perfect haven for termites. This year has been exceptionally wet and the last three contracts  I have been working on Southern Maryland  have had  guess what? Termites!

Even if termites are just at the neighbor’s house, you are next. The best advice is to get an annual check up. It may take years for termites to do any real damage, but it is best to get rid of them before it is too late. Some companies use “wooden bait” as a warning sign for termites in or around your property.

Termites cause 5 billion dollars in damage annually. Don’t let them take a bit out of you!

Just keep an eye our for sawdust, small holes in wood, bubbles in paint, and mud tunnels.

My skin is starting to crawl thinking about it!!!

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Calvert Co. Homes Endangered by Beetles

 

Homes in Danger of Sliding in The Bay

via Calvert Co. Homes in Danger of Falling off Cliff Because of Beetles.

Homes could fall off crumbling clip

Updated: Wednesday, 13 Jan 2010, 6:53 AM EST
Published : Tuesday, 12 Jan 2010, 6:33 PM EST

By JOHN HENREHAN/myfoxdc

CALVERT COUNTY, Md. – When Bill Carmichael built his bayside home at the Chesapeake Ranch Estates part of Calvert County 18 years ago, the house was about 60 feet from the edge of the cliff. But the cliff’s edge is moving closer to the house– fast.

“Well, Thanksgiving evening, here, there was about a 10-food (wide) hot tub, here. We had a deck, out here– 12 foot. And were all out here Thanksgiving evening, the kids and everybody, just looking at everything, and went back in, and woke up in the morning, and its gone,” said Carmichael. “A whole 12 feet of it at one shot.”

The cliffs along the Chesapeake Bay are naturally eroding. Homeowners want to reinforce the base and tops of the cliffs, but federal regulations which protect the cliff-dwelling Puritan Tiger Beetle are preventing that reinforcement. About 300 of the beetles are believed to be living on the cliffs.

Homeowners think the state should consider moving the beetles to a safer area.

“We had 11,000 beetles in our area, shoreline, in that particular area was the count. Today, we have 300,” said Carmichael.

Homeowners argue safety should come first. Part of the cliffs collapsed a few years ago, killing a 9-year-old girl walking on the beach below. And now, about 300 yards of a roadway have been closed because of nearby cliff erosion. Fire and ambulance response time is now much slower to much of the community.

It isn’t just buildings and humans that are at risk at the edge of the bay.

“Ah, we finished Thanksgiving dinner, and my sister’s dog was missing. He had fallen off the cliff. And she did pass away. And we went to the vet, and there were two other dogs, that week, that had fallen off and had died, also,” said resident Monique Hailer.

Cliff-side homeowners here are having difficulty selling and even insuring many of the homes. They have been pressing the county, state, and federal governments for years for some kind of help. So far, no help has come, and the cliffs keep eroding.
 

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