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Chestnut Hill Cove, Maryland
|Time zone||UTC-5 (EST)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-4 (EDT)|
|Area code(s)||410, 443|
|GNIS feature ID||0590983|
Designated as a "city" by the United States Postal Service, Chestnut Hill Cove is a waterfront community situated on 100 acres of land, in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, containing 394 town homes. Located on Nabbs Creek in Chestnut Hill Cove Maryland, minutes from the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, the community offers a 30 slip marina, boat ramp facility, and a storage area. Development features in this community include extensive tree save areas and pioneering environmentally sensitive storm water management areas.
Chestnut Hill Cove is located at(39.112809, -76.551871).
Chestnut Hill Cove is situated on 100 acres of land located on Fort Smallwood Road near the Chesapeake Bay. It is partially bordered by tidal inlets to the bay, notably Nabbs Creek to the east and south. It is bordered by Pasadena to the east, with the boundary in the vicinity of Solley Road, to the west. It is also bordered on the west by a 97 acre easement that is handled by the North County Land Trust which is located along Nabbs Creek. Chestnut Cove Drive is the main route through the community, running generally north to south. Other streets include Chestnut Woods Court, Chestnut Haven Court, Arborwood Place, Veranda Court, Swanhill Court, Hollow Glen Court, Tillerman Place, Double Chestnut Court, Chestnut Moss Court, Chestnut Manor Court, Chestnut View Court, Chestnut Brook Court, Springhouse Lane, Timerfield Court, and Gardenview Court.
Schools and Education
- Anne Arundel Community College
Notable natives and residents
- William Donald Schaefer - Mayor, Governor, and Comptroller
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