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Glen Oban is a waterfront community of 83 custom single-family homes in the Greater Severna Park area north of Annapolis, MD, located on the eastern banks of the Severn River.


Glen Oban is in Arnold, about 6 miles north of Annapolis, the sailing boat capital of the United States and the seat of Maryland state government. Annapolis is also home to the United States Naval Academy and St. John’s College, and is an historic city preserving its naval heritage and colonial architecture homes.

Glen Oban is just 2 miles north of exit 27 on US-50, 23 miles from Baltimore, 34 miles from Washington, D.C., and 18 miles from the Thurgood Marshall Baltimore Washington International (BWI) Airport.

Glen Oban is in the Severna Park School District of Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS).  Located on the northwestern edge of Arnold, MD, the public school district includes Jones Elementary School, Severna Park Middle School, and Severna Park High School. Glen Oban families are within the boundaries for the Greater Severna Park Athletic Association (GSPAA) sports leagues and teams participation.

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Glen Oban features direct access to the B&A Trail, a 13.3 mile paved bike and walking trail built on a former rail line from Baltimore to Annapolis. Community amenities include a marina, swimming pool, playground, and two tennis courts (one court is lined for pickleball). The Landscaping Committee directs the maintenance of beautiful trees and floral beds in our common areas.

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Homes in Glen Oban are situated on well-treed lots of approx. 2 acres. AA County is responsible for snow removal from the streets, street repairs, and trash removal, including recycling trash and greens removal at the curb from containers.

All homeowners are members of the Glen Oban Association, Inc. (GOA), preserving homeownership value through covenants enforcement. The GOA also sponsors several community parties and events throughout the year, such as trick-or-treating, winter holiday parties, spring egg hunts, and summer pool parties. 

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