Designed with History, and You, In Mind…architecturally designed to fit harmoniously within its
sensitive historic surroundings, TWO ELEVEN KING GEORGE is a three-story residential building
comprised of 3 individual luxury dwelling units. The property adjoins the historic Wm Paca
Gardens (one of the most outstanding and beautifully restored formal English gardens). This
home is designed with seasonal views of the garden and peeks of USNA chapel. Convenient off-
street parking for full sized car is provided on ground level inside the building with close
protected access to each unit. This unit is equipped with private ELEVATOR allowing easy access to all floors.
Don’t miss this RARE OPPORTUNITY to own this in town LOCK and LEAVE 18 th century charm &
sophisticated luxury Annapolis condo! Property was designed with quality construction and
sensitive detailing as a top priority and concern. Oversized bricks were used which
architecturally related to the large handmade brick found in the Wm. Paca House and garden walls.
Climate control systems are provided by individual heat pumps equipped with solid state digital
monitoring controls for maximum control and flexibility. Domestic Hot Water is heated by six-
roof-mounted flat plate solar collectors, and in addition the entire building is energy efficient,thereby minimizing energy usage and costs.
Three spacious levels of living including family room, living room with wood burning fireplace,
separate dining area, kitchen with separate breakfast nook & pantry, Master Suite, two
additional bedrooms with ensuite bath. Enjoy finished lower level that could be used as
office/den or bedroom along with separate laundry room. Two Eleven King George Street is
considered one of the city’s most exclusive residential addresses within minutes of this
remarkable building are the reowned sailing waters of the Chesapeake Bay, an array of
delightful pastimes at City Dock, West Street’s shops and the US Naval Academy. Superbly
located, TWO ELEVEN KING GEORGE lies less than an hour’s drive from both Baltimore’s Inner
Harbor and the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.