Rich in social and architectural heritage. Beautiful older homes updated for today's lifestyle and modern sensibilities.
Founded as a refuge from the activity and commerce on Market Space. Named for Robert Murray, a Scottish immigrant in the early 1800s.
Old fashioned, tree-lined neighborhood, walking distance to shops and dining spots both uptown and downtown.
Many streets have a community landing dock to board a boat with a friend or catch the water taxi into town.
Proximity to Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – home to the Annapolis Symphony, Chorale, Ballet, and Opera companies.
Easy commute to Baltimore, Washington DC, Amtrak and BWI. Non-stop public transportation to Baltimore and Washington.