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Situated in Glen Burnie, County of Anne Arundel, prepare to fall in love with Trusted Homebuyers’ property offering on Bertram Drive.

The house is a charming one level ranch just brimming with appeal and warm livability. Enjoy the modern amenities of this 3 BD/2.5BA home complete with gourmet kitchen and open concept design built for cooking and entertaining. Complete with gleaming wood floors, beautiful finishes and sun filled rooms. Relax while driving home on the serene tree lined street after a long day at the office. This lovely house prepared by Trusted Homebuyers is the perfect place to unwind in your fully fenced rear yard.

In 1812, Elias Glenn, a district attorney, established a county seat near what is currently known as Brooklyn Park. He named his property “Glennsburne”.The name was changed to “Glennsbourne Farm”, and eventually “Glenburnie”, as the property was passed through Glenn’s descendants.

Glen Burnie has much to offer the first time homebuyer. The city has a population of about 70,000, is a suburb south of Baltimore near the coast. Some notable people share ties to Glen Burnie: Jacob M. Appel, author, Hunt Block familiar face in the world of soap operas, Rudy Gay, basketball player, Montel Williamstelevision and radio talk-show host.

The Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad was an American railroad of central Maryland built in the 19th century. The railroad, the second to serve Annapolis, ran between Annapolis and Clifford along the north shore of the Severn River. The last passenger was carried in 1950 and freight service was ended in 1968. The railway was abandoned and became an eyesore.

Baltimore & Annapolis Trail
Baltimore & Annapolis Trail

Wikipedia tells us “Public interest in a linear park began in the mid-1970s and in 1979 Anne Arundel County purchased the 66-foot (20 m) wide corridor for the purpose of creating a rail trail and park. Now it is a tree and flower lined paved 13.3 mile long trail that runs on the old rail bed. The main scenery around the park is forested land, and it contains several bridges. The trail ends in the north at Glen Burnie near the intersection of Maryland Routes 176 and 648, where it connects to the BWI Trail Loop, a 12.5-mile (20.1 km) loop around the Baltimore–Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport

In Glen Burnie you have a quiet community that cares about its history, close to the big cities of Washington D.C. and Baltimore, but in a relaxing, recreational environment.

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