If you are looking for the “quintessential” location and an Annapolis home that will engender memories for generations to come, you’ll be glad you chose 198 Prince George Street. Our home is the winner of the 2009 Historic Annapolis Foundation’s Historic Preservation Award, and has been honored with being presented the Historic Annapolis Foundation Bronze Plaque marker identifying our home’s landmark heritage. Our home has also been featured in the Baltimore Sun’s historic homes section.
We enjoy our charming Victorian Queen Elizabethan home! Prince George Street is right in the Historic District of Annapolis, and is known as one of the most beautiful, elegant streets in downtown Historic Annapolis. Our home at 198 Prince George Street is the historic Joseph S.M. Basil Residence (Maryland Historical Trust #1224); Later it became the residence of Admiral Giles author of “Captive of the Rising Sun.” It is LOCATED 2 SHORT BLOCKS from the USNA Naval Academy Yard, St. Johns College, and the Historic Annapolis Docks and Main Street. You’ll enjoy the serenade of the chapel’s carillon bells playing at noon and six every day.
We have five bedrooms and three full baths. We also enjoy the numerous detailed Victorian features and embellishments, and our brick courtyard is perfect for grilling.
The first floor has an open, welcoming layout that we think is ideal for hosting parties: The spacious floorplan features a large kitchen with marble counters, complete with gas Jenn-Aire Range and adjoins a lovely garden room overlooking the secluded and charming courtyard.