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          Admiral's View is a private community located just minutes from historic downtown Annapolis, Maryland. Our luxury single family town-homes are nestled between a quiet wooded preserve area, while at the same time conveniently located near the great restaurants, shopping, and entertainment venues that Annapolis has to offer. Whether you enjoy eating crabs by the Bay, fashionable shopping at the Annapolis Towne Center, or a Navy football game in fall, you will find Admiral’s View a great place to call home     
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~ Announcements ~
NEXT HOA Meeting:
July 28, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. 
Location: Bay West Management Office
Fall Festival 2021
October 23, 2-5 pm
The HOA annual Fall Festival will take place on Saturday, October 23 between 2-5 pm. The festival will be catered with delicious food  along with beer, wine and non- alcoholic beverages. There will be fun filled activities for the kids, including a bounce house, face painting and other activities. A large tent will be provided to protect all from sun or rain. Don’t miss it, mark your calendar now.
- Please drive slowly in the neighborhood and watch children at play.
- Remember Mizzenmast Circle is only one way from Cordage Alley heading right around the circle past the mailboxes.  It's only a 2-way street from Admiral Cochrane Dr. to Cordage Alley.
- Please be respectful of your neighborhood and neighbors yards and pick up after you pets.   All pets should be on leashes when outdoors.

Residents must get approval by the HOA Board and Management before making exterior changes to their units.  This includes (but is not limited to), paint colors for doors, shutters and trim, replacing door latch, knocker and kick plate and exterior lighting, etc. This also includes permanent elements in their garden such as brick/stone work hard-scaping. Further details can be found on this sites HOA DOCUMENTS link under Rules and Regulations.   The "HOE Rules, Regulations, & Architectural Guidelines" documents, the "Architectural Change Form" that needs to be sent to Bay West Management, and Approved paint colors and deck stains document can be found there.  If in doubt, contact a Board member.

The current landscaping contract allows CS Lawn & Landscaping to cut the grass on our private areas & mulches our gardens once a year. It is still the responsibility of residents to weed their gardens and take proper care for their bushes including removing or replacing any dead vegetation [Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Easements and Restrictions, Article IX, Section 9.01 & Policy Resolution #5].

Never keep flammables such as gas or paint thinner inside the utility room. Both the water heater and furnace use natural gas fuel which requires a pilot light. Any spillage or fumes from flammables in that room can have dire consequences. Have you changed the air filter in your furnace lately??
The Board is always looking for residents who would like to contribute a little time and join one of our committees. We currently have vacancies in all committees.


The 74 foot schooner displayed on our web sites masthead is actually moored in Annapolis and available for both public and private cruises. They have cruises 7 days a week during the summer! Most cruises last two hours and cost $40.00 per person. Call them at 410-263-7837 or visit their web site at for schedules and pricing. Happy sailing!!

~ What is that thing!! ~

Ever wonder what that creature is that habitats the Stormwater drain pond (fenced area)? Its a GROUND HOG! Ground Hogs (also called woodchucks) are rodents of the large Squirrel family. They are known for their extensive burrowing, although they can also climb trees and swim.  They hibernate in their tunnels during winter months. Groundhogs are primarily herbivorous and eat wild grasses and other vegetation, although they can also eat grubs, grasshoppers, and insects.  Groundhogs do not pose a threat to humans unless they are provoked.

Fall Fest 2019

~ Blue Angels / Annapolis 2016 ~

~ Board Mission Statement ~
The Purpose of all directors and committee members involved in our community is to protect our investment, promote the overall tranquility of the neighborhood, and to direct the management company on the vision for our community.
-Admiral's View Board members


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