In central Anne Arundel County you will find a charming unincorporated community called Davidsonville, Maryland. Davidsonville is a community with a unique balance of farms and suburban-like residential developments. This semi-rural community has no high-density housing and very little commercial development, making it a great choice for prospective homebuyers looking for a quiet, laidback lifestyle.
The center of Davidsonville is the intersection of Maryland Routes 214 and 424, or Central Avenue and Davidsonville Road as they are called within the community. Though small, Davidsonville has its own Historic District, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. Situated in the 21035 zip code, Davidsonville is home to approximately 7,815 residents and boasts a median annual income around $141,000. Students in Davidsonville are served by the Davidsonville Elementary, Central Middle and South River High schools.
This small community is typically not served by public utilities so most homes in Davidsonville have well and septic systems. The real estate in Davidsonville is exclusively single family homes of varying ages, architectural styles, sizes and locations. The average listing price for a single family home in Davidsonville, Maryland, is $802,800 and the most expensive listings are around $1.6 million.
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