Anne Arundel County

Jerry Kline Helps a Client Sell His Bowie Home, Buy Another in Davidsonville

Jerry Kline (right), realtor, Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland, appears with multi-transaction clients Matt & Gail. Jerry recently helped Matt & Gail sell their long-time home in Bowie, Maryland, and purchase a new home in the pastoral Anne Arundel County community of Davidsonville.

Jerry Kline (right), realtor, Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland, appears with multi-transaction clients Matt & Gail. Jerry recently helped Matt & Gail sell their long-time home in Bowie, Maryland, and purchase a new home in the pastoral Anne Arundel County community of Davidsonville.

Matt J. was exploring the back roads of Davidsonville on his motorcycle one day last spring when he suddenly started thinking about what it would be like to live there. Characterized by large, wooded lots, winding, two-lane roads and dozens of pastoral horse farms, Davidsonville is a place that draws people who seek a quieter, slower way of life.

So, Matt & his wife, Gail, decided to make a change. They contacted Jerry Kline, realtor, Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland, to help them sell their Bowie home and purchase a new property in Davidsonville’s Harbor Hills community. Both transactions recently closed.

"Jerry was our realtor for both the purchase of our new home and the sale of our existing home,” Matt said. “My wife and I were both extremely happy with him. He is very knowledgeable and professional, and importantly, he is organized and extremely responsive.”

The series of transactions was particularly complex because the purchase of Matt’s new home was done as part of a corporate relocation, which added several other parties and layers of paperwork to the project.

“Jerry kept track of everything that needed to be done to make both our home purchase and sale as smooth as possible,” Matt said. “He reached out to us without delay when appropriate and was always quick to respond when we reached out to him. He will be our first choice if/when we move again."

Congratulations on your new home purchase, Matt & Gail! Davidsonville is a wonderful community, and we’re sure you’re going to love living there!

If you know someone who needs to buy or sell a home in the greater Baltimore/Annapolis/Washington, D.C. area, contact Jerry Kline of Keller Williams Flagship (443-924-7418) today.

Which Odenton, Gambrills & Severn Residents Have Owned Their Homes the Longest?

Most of These 36 Property Owners First Purchased Before Man Landed on the Moon! Ever wonder which of your west Anne Arundel County neighbors has been living in your community the longest?

Well, in terms of continuous ownership of the same home, the following individuals currently qualify as THE longstanding stalwarts of the community.

Most of these individuals bought their current homes before man landed on the moon in 1969.

If you encounter these neighborhood fixtures as they visit their mailboxes or sweep their sidewalks, congratulate them. And thank them for being a stabilizing force in the community!

In Odenton:

515 Queen Anne Ave. Odenton

 

 

Longest-Tenured Homeowners - Odenton

Property Address

Subdivision

Owner Name

Date Purchased

Years Owned

515 Queen Anne Ave
Kings Heights
Eder, Jon A

08-Oct-1968

44

1096 Colony Ridge Rd
Colony Ridge
Dill, Jacob W

13-Nov-1968

44

1242 Queen Anne Ave
Kings Heights
Ciolek, Ewald G

07-Jan-1969

44

1202 Hillcrest Rd Maple Ridge Hook, John H

29-Jan-1969

44

432 N Patuxent Rd John A Watts Enzman, Ingrid E

02-May-1969

44

509 Maple Ridge Ln Maple Ridge Donaldson, Wylie L

27-May-1969

43

1103 Colony Ridge Rd
Colony Ridge
Klipa, Anthony R

03-Jun-1969

43

1311 Beverly Ave

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Gardner, W Lee

30-Jun-1969

43

496 Lisa Ave Colony Ridge Jennings, John M

30-Jun-1969

43

1353 Rosanna Dr
Odenton Heights Chumley, Robert E

30-Jun-1969

43

1215 Hillcrest Rd Maple Ridge Sell, Carl A

27-Aug-1969

43

491 Rita Dr Odenton Heights Dub, Dmytro

21-Oct-1969

43

 

For the Gambrills homes, below, note that seven of the eight individuals with the longest tenure of homeownership live on the same block of the same street – Winterhaven Drive in Four Seasons Estates. Now that’s a tight-knit group!

905 Winterhaven Dr. Gambrills

Longest-Tenured Homeowners - Gambrills

Property Address

Subdivision

Owner Name

Date Purchased

Years Owned

905 Winterhaven Dr

 

Four Seasons Estates Farbenblum, Marcus

31-Oct-1968

44

927 Winterhaven Dr Four Seasons Estates Fitzmaurice, Michael

31-Oct-1968

44

907 Winterhaven Dr Four Seasons Estates Horton, Richard L

31-Oct-1968

44

908 Winterhaven Cir Four Seasons Estates
Lewis, Daniel W

 

27-Nov-1968

44

902 Winterhaven Cir Four Seasons Estates Mansfield, Frederick

27-Nov-1968

44

924 Autumnwood Dr Four Seasons Estates Uzarek, John E

27-Nov-1968

44

901 Winterhaven Dr Four Seasons Estates Shibilsky, Edward J

12-Dec-1968

44

897 Winterhaven Dr

 

Four Seasons Estates
Lamanca, Jimmie P

 

09-Jan-1969

44

623 California Ter Gambrill Heights
Garrett, Noel V

 

20-Jan-1969

44

2238 Misthaven Ln Four Seasons Estates Krofchik, Michael

17-Apr-1969

44

1794 Holladay St

-

Mease, Charles A

 

23-Apr-1969

44

2282 Four Seasons Dr Four Seasons Estates
Rovnan, Stephen A

 

28-May-1969

43

 

In Severn:

1420 Washington Ave. Severn

Longest-Tenured Homeowners - Severn

Property Address

Subdivision

Owner Name

Date Purchased

Years Owned

1420 Washington Ave Cedarhurst Ferguson-Davie, Anna

08-Oct-1968

44

1223 Reece Rd

-

Twigg, Gary W

15-Oct-1968

44

1402 Illinois Ave Cedarhurst Acker, Ronald D

08-Nov-1968

44

751 Pine Rd Elmhurst

Booth, Joseph R

23-Nov-1968

44

7986 Telegraph Rd

-

Barker, Charles P

27-Nov-1968

44

1347 Ava Rd Clark Heights  Lee, Walter R

06-Dec-1968

44

1403 Disney Rd Cedarhurst Merritt, Ronald

24-Jan-1969

44

8229 Reece Heights Dr

-

Brothers, John R

10-Apr-1969

44

787 Elmhurst Rd Elmhurst

Cybert, Edward S

22-Apr-1969

44

8010 Theresa Rose Ln Goedeke Property Braun, John A

07-Jul-1969

43

1413 Harvey Ave

-

Madera, Michael J

22-Oct-1969

43

1214 Reece Rd

-

Fewster, George R

01-Dec-1969

43

 

Jerry Kline is a Realtor with the Odenton, Md., office of Keller Williams Flagship Realty (1216 Annapolis Rd., Odenton.) For more information on the local real estate market, contact him at (443) 924-7418, or visit his blog (www.JerryKlineRealtor.wordpress.com) or website (www.JerryKline.kwrealty.com).

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Anne Arundel County Property Owners Face Stiff New Vegetation-Removal Rules

Effective April 16, prior county approval is needed to cut, prune or remove vegetation within 1,000 feet of tidal waters, tidal wetlands e22e05d1-28d0-449e-b94e-6565a2e08104_1

Anne Arundel County property owners seeking to cut, prune or remove natural vegetation anywhere within 1,000 feet of tidal waters or tidal wetlands must now obtain prior approval of such activities or face stiff penalties.

Under new county regulations that took effect April 16, affected property owners must submit -- and obtain prior county approval of -- a standard vegetation/buffer management plan before removing any existing natural vegetation within key areas. Such areas include designated Critical Areas, buffers and expanded buffers, areas subject to Forest Conservation Easements and all properties containing bogs and bog buffers.

Property owners, contractors and other individuals found performing unapproved work on site are subject to fines, mitigation requirements and civil and/or criminal prosecution.

The new vegetation-protection initiative was adopted under Anne Arundel County Legislative Bill 93-12. The county’s Department of Inspections and Permits recently issued a formal notice to local arbor contractors outlining the new requirements.

The legislation contains certain mitigation (replacement) requirements for existing natural vegetation approved for removal and includes allowable clearing thresholds for affected properties.

The county’s notice to arbor contractors clarifies that activities involving earth disturbance, including grading, hardscaping and other construction and development activities, remain subject to a standard grading plan, and cannot be approved under a standard vegetation/buffer management plan.

For more information on the new rules, contact the county’s Code Compliance Division/Forestry Section at (410) 222-7441.

 

Jerry Kline is a Realtor with the Odenton, Md., office of Keller Williams Flagship Realty (1216 Annapolis Rd., Odenton.) For more information on the local real estate market, contact him at (443) 924-7418, or visit his blog (www.JerryKlineRealtor.wordpress.com) or website (www.JerryKline.kwrealty.com).cialis black pill