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Town Square | Waterfront estate in Annapolis listed for $5.495 million

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Rabbit Hill, a three-acre estate in Annapolis with 250 feet of waterfront land on the Severn River, is listed for sale at $5.495 million.

The property, at 1810 Lindamoor Lane, has a private pier with more than four feet of water depth and docking for several boats, a three-car garage and a carriage house with space for four more cars.

The grounds have been landscaped with gardens and include stone retaining walls. The home has a two-story conservatory with an 18th-century fireplace surround from a French chateau, radiant heat flooring and walls of windows. The mansion features five bedrooms, seven baths, a curved floating cherry staircase in the foyer, a cherry-paneled library, a waterside living room with four sets of French doors leading to a loggia and a lower level with a fireplace, home theater, pool table and bar.

A first-floor master suite has cherry floors, a tile and limestone bathroom and waterside patio access. The upper level has four more bedrooms, a playroom or office and an exercise room or studio with a balcony overlooking the water.

For more information, click here or call Reid Buckley at 410-266-6880.

Development in Haymarket offers new townhouse model

Winchester Homes recently opened the Paxton model townhouse at the Villages of Piedmont at Leopold’s Preserve in Haymarket.

Priced from the lower $400,000s, the Paxton model has more than 2,800 finished square feet on three levels with an optional three-level bonus room. Luxury features such as a brick front and stoop, upgraded 42-inch kitchen cabinets, granite counters, ceramic tile flooring in the baths and hardwood flooring in the foyer are included in the base price.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouses are available in various floor plans.

Two additional models are available at Leopold’s Preserve that are priced from the upper $300,000s.

Leopold’s Preserve sits on 386 acres of open space and has more than five miles of walking trails. Shops, restaurants and entertainment options are available nearby at Madison Crescent and Virginia Gateway.

For more information, go to www.WHIHomes.com or call 703-729-8302.

New Web site helps users find historic homes to buy or rent

Whether you’re looking for a historic home to live in, a property where you can operate a bed-and-breakfast or just want to vacation in a place with decades or centuries of history, the new Web site FindEverythingHistoric.com is the place to start your search.

Meggen Taylor and her husband Peter Lane Taylor, co-founders of the site, have been principals at a Philadelphia-based architectural sales and consulting firm that specializes in historic renovation and sustainable design. The couple has renovated numerous historic properties and Peter Taylor is an author and documentary filmmaker.

The Web site focuses on both residential and commercial real estate as well as vacation rentals and hotels — all historic and located throughout the United States, Europe, South America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

Home buyers in the D.C. area can find listings of historic homes for sale such as Moor Green, a 10-acre estate with a Colonial manor built in 1815 at 9850 Flint Rock Rd. in Manassas; a Federal-style home built in 1925 at 2475 Kalorama Rd. NW in Washington; and the Griffin-Worthington House in Annapolis, built in 1776.

For more information, go to www.findeverythinghistoric.com.

Luxury apartments in Reston come with 24-hour Starbucks

A hospitality bar that will provide round-the-clock Starbucks coffee and other beverages is one of the many amenities of Harrison at Reston Town Center, a new 360-unit luxury apartment in Reston.

Developed by Renaissance Centro, the Harrison’s 28,000 square feet of amenity space includes an indoor four-lane lap pool, a 24-hour fitness studio, a yoga-and-Pilates room, a massage room, a spin studio and free fitness classes. It also has a residents’ lounge with two gas fireplaces, a deck, a media room, a gaming area, a dog park and pet spa and a “Culinary Center” with a demonstration kitchen and private dining room.

The building has a swimming pool, a club for entertaining, a grilling station, a golf simulator and a fire pit on the roof. A “lifestyle coordinator” will provide concierge services and schedule community events. The garage has four electric car charging stations and a bike storage area. A bus provides quick access to the Wiehle Avenue Metro station and Reston Town Center is located across the street.

Monthly rents for the one-bedroom, one-bathroom to three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartments range from $1,855 to $6,630. The units have open floor plans, large windows, a balcony (in most units), full-size washers and dryers, walk-in closets, stone counters and stainless steel appliances in the kitchens and a pantry.

For more information, go to www.liveharrisonapts.com or call 855-844-6091.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this post incorrectly said The Harrison has 28,000 square feet of space. It has 28,000 square feet of amenity space.

Michele Lerner is a freelance writer. To pass on a tip or news item, contact us at realestate@washpost.com and put “Town Square” in the subject line.

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