A touch of Manhattan meets Annapolis! Beautiful, completely renovated, historic home in the heart of Annapolis! Walk up one of the most photographed streets in Annapolis known for the “Painted houses of Pinkney”. Step off the old cobblestones and into this sleek, newly furnished home. This historic house is a true beauty and comes with all the convenience of being downtown; with less than a 1 minute walk to the United States Naval Academy’ Gate 1 entrance, Main St, and Ego Alley where you can watch the boats dock and enjoy the sunset. Dine at some of the finest restaurants in Maryland or find a quaint pub with great seafood as they are all within walking distance. This convenient location gives you instant access to sightseeing, shopping, boat cruises, and more. You can even walk or catch a local trolley to the Navy stadium in a matter of minutes to watch the game!
35 Pinkney was originally built in 1900 and the new hardwood floors throughout the house reflect the time along with the original wood beam ceilings. Tradition gives way to modern architecture as you enter the kitchen with its granite topped counters and contemporary styled appliances with every convenience provided to make you feel at home. This charming home sleeps up to 6 with 2 bedrooms with queen size beds on the upper floors, and a choice of the loft or plush queen size pullout sofa sleeper to accommodate two more guests.
The Lofted bedroom is accessed from the Master bedroom and is a fun room that is ideal for the kids to enjoy. The loft holds one more special feature for you. After a long day of taking in all the charm Annapolis has to offer, step outside to the rooftop deck where you can relax to the soft breezes and stars or wake up to the morning sun with a cup of coffee. From this vantage point, the only sounds you hear are the occasional boat horns from the bay or the bells from the church.
Historic downtown Annapolis is the ideal location for attending Naval Academy activities and games (Go NAVY!), St. Johns College events, boat shows, sailing regattas, weddings, reunions and romantic couple getaways. The Maryland State House located 2 blocks away is the oldest state capitol in continuous legislative use, dating to 1772. If your adventurous spirit desires more, Washington DC and Baltimore’s Inner Harbor are only a short drive away.
Available Commissioning Week 2018, 2019
The house is a certified rental property through the City of Annapolis.