Surrounded by four other states, Maryland is a mecca for city life, sports, history and government. Purchase or rent a loft in Maryland and find many metropolitan areas to choose from.
Open in 1706 by colonial legislators, the Port of Baltimore greatly impacted the tobacco trade. As the area grew, the Town of Baltimore was founded in 1729. By 1800, the growing population was key to the town becomming the third largest city in the country. Today, Baltimore is so centrally located that it draws people from the north and south to settle and take advantage of many career and leisure activities. Popular with fans and known as one of the top sports travel destinations, Oriole Park is located downtown and offers much more than just great food. Finding a loft with easy access may be a reason for season tickets.
In the western part of the state, near the Blue Ridge Mountains, the county of Frederick offers festivals, performing arts and history that helped shape our country into what it is today. As host to almost every American President at one time or another, settlers to Frederick will also find the resting place of many influential people, such as Francis
Scott Key, the author of the National Anthem.
On the other side of Chesapeake Bay on the Atlantic Ocean, Ocean City is a place to explore, indulge in fine cuisine and spend serious time in Northside Park. Explore the boardwalk either on foot or by bicycle. At night, the boardwalk comes alive with arcades, rides and performers. During the day, a leisurely walk or ride is a little under 3 miles. Popular in this area at just about any seafood restaurant, are Maryland crab cakes. Renting a loft in Ocean City opens up delectible choices for any taste in culinary enjoyment.
Rent a loft in Queen Anne and experience the annual county fair during summer. Located in the mideast section of Chesapeake Bay, Queen Anne sponsors this family-oriented fair to show 4-H exhibits, art and talent shows. Fun for all ages, children will find The Pretty Animal Contest amusing. Offering a variety of parks, leisure time can be spent at Tuckahoe Park or Wye Oak State Park. With 20 miles of hiking and biking trails, Tuckahoe Park boasts a 60 acre lake for boating and fishing.
Known as the one of the most scenic towns in the Mid-Atlantic, Annapolis is home to the U.S. Naval Academy, Maritime Museum and famously popular sailboating cruises. Rent a loft in Annapolis for a smaller, yet metropolitan lifestyle.