6804 Caravan Ct Columbia, MD 21044

Property Site: http://tour.circlepix.com/home/SSKNCT/6804-Caravan-Ct-Columbia-MD-HW9985539
Beautiful Colonial on 3/4 acre lot *Private shared drive *Tranquil view of trees/creek from deck * 9' Ceilings *2-story foyer w/ maple wood floors *Gourmet ktchn w/ SS appl, 6-burner DCS gas range, Subzero ref, granite counters *2-story FR w/wood-burning FP *Dbl staircase *Cathedral MB, w/i closet, mstr bath w/soaking tub & sep shwr *2nd bdrm w/bath *w/o bsmnt w/rough in for bath. NO CPRA! NO HOA!
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Square feet: 3,888
Price: $744,900

For more information about this property, please contact Laurie Scheiber at 4107153232 or ls.mcginnhomes@gmail.com. You can also text 4424886 to 67299.

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MLS ID: HW9985539


Greek Folk Festival

Jun 8-11, Baltimore: Celebrate the best of Greek culture: food, music, dance, faith and legendary hospitality. Attendees will enjoy free admission and parking, food/drink vendors, arts and crafts, kids’ activities, live music.

Shore Shakespeare

Now-Jun 25, various shore locations: A Midsummer Night's Dream is a light-hearted romp full of magic, music, and mayhem. Perhaps Shakespeare's best-loved play, he weaves a wondrously wicked web where worlds collide. Performances are presented outside, in public venues, for the benefit of the surrounding communities. Attendees are encouraged to bring a picnic and a lawn chair or blanket. Enjoy!

Quilts by the Bay

Jun 10-11, Annapolis: If you are a quilter or love all things relating to quilts, this show is for you! Vendors, displays, demos, raffles, shopping and more!

Baltimore Floatilla

Jun 10, Baltimore Harbor: A five mile paddle to support clean water, followed by a rally and food!

45th Annual Baltimore Lithuanian Festival

Jun 10-11, Baltimore: A festival that's been around for 45 years has to be fantastic! Check it out! Traditional food, dance, folk arts and crafts, geneaology, historical exhibits and plenty more.

Britfest 2017

Jun 10, Jarrettsville: A British Festival featuring "all things British" including great British live music as well as a variety of vendors offering items for sale. Food trucks and vendors will provide British inspired foods. The Festival will also feature an exhibition polo match between the USA and the UK.

5th Annual End Hunger Dragon Boat Festival

Jun 10, North Beach: Featuring 16 paddlers and 1 drummer in a competition to paddle across the finish line with the fastest time. The purpose of the Festival is to bring awareness to the reality of hunger in our local community; to feed and support hungry families, have fun, grow community, and strengthen team unity.

Howard County Conservancy Family Open House

Jun 10, Woodstock: Join the Conservancy at their family open house to tour the newly expanded nature center, visit the resident animals and make nature inspired crafts. Bring the whole family!

Pirate Fest Weekend

Jun 10-11, Havre de Grace: AAARRRGH MATEY! A fabulous Pirate Encampment at the Lock House, with plenty of food, games, entertainment and vendors.

24th Annual HONfest

Jun 10-11, Bawlmer: The Event of the Year is here! Since 1994, HONfest has grown from a tiny Baltimore’s Best Hon Pageant to a nationally recognized festival that covers four city blocks along West 36th Street in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore. Don't miss it!!! 

St. Leo's Church Italian Festival

Jun 10-11, Little Italy: Two-day street festival includes delicious Italian food, booths packed with game wheels, souvenirs, books, and vendors, plus a kids area offering face painting, activities and games. Enjoy watching the annual Roma Sausage-eating contest onstage and take a selfie with the handsome Roman gladiators! There's an indoor sit-down pasta dinner, indoor Bingo, and an exciting bocce tournament!

National Music Festival

Now-Jun 17, Chestertown: Two Weeks of Orchestral Concerts - soloists, chamber, full orchestra - plus hundreds of open free rehearsals. Affordable, adventurous performances.

Ocean City Film Festival

Now-Jun 11, Ocean City: Various venues throughout the city will be celebrating the first annual festival with screenings of the works of regional (and international) filmmakers of every background and genre. Give it a try and enjoy a day at the beach!

Annapolis Arts Week

Now-Jun 11, Annapolis: Check out the The Annapolis Arts & Wine Festival and Paint Annapolis. Each offers attendees a different experience – live music, painting, food and drinks, crafts, and live art demonstrations. 

Paul Simon in Concert

Jun 9, Columbia: Merriweather Post Pavilion presents Paul Simon with Sarah McLachlin. Tickets are still available!

A Gilded Age Garden Party

Jun 9, D.C.: Celebrate the glittering American garden of the late 1800s with live music, Instagram-worthy crafts, and food and drink inspired by the era in the Enid A. Haupt Garden, with exclusive access to the historic Arts and Industries Building. A totally different date night!

Wolf Trap Pop-up

Jun 10, DC: A surprising and sublime two-hour series of short opera and chamber music pop-ups. Meet in front of Union Market at noon to receive your map and marching orders, and then begin your scavenger hunt-style wander, enjoying masterworks from the opera and chamber music repertoire while exploring one of the hippest areas of town. A wonderful afternoon!

DC Jazz Fest

Now-Jun 18, various venues: More than 125 performances in 40+ venues will present an amazing array of emerging and master-level talent that includes more than 90 bands and 300 artists! Something for everyone!


National Memorial Day Concert

May 29, National Mall, DC: The National Memorial Day Concert features uplifting musical performances, documentary footage and dramatic readings that honor the military service of all our men and women in uniform, their families at home and those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

JFK Centennial Celebration

May 29, DC: Join the Kennedy Center in a tribute one hundred years in the making, and be part of a special evening of readings, performances, and rare video footage featuring a star-studded roster of talent from the worlds of music, theater, dance, TV/film, and more celebrating JFK.

Chestertown Tea Party and Festival

May 26-28, Chestertown: The annual reenactment of the historical tea tossing is the centerpiece of this fabulous festival, featuring a reenactment, colonial parade, street party, raft race, street performances, colonial crafts, strolling musicians, local fare, 5k & 10 mile run and more!

Historic Dusk Ghost Walks Annapolis

Ongoing throughout the summer: Hear about unexplained footsteps, the Gravedigger and the poor souls hung to save room in local jails, led by a spirited period dressed guide and learn of the spirits who dwell in the town’s 18th century buildings and linger in the mist to get a whole new perspective of Maryland’s capital city.

Crisfield's Fourth Saturday Bay Strolls

May 26, Crisfield: Every fourth Saturday from 4-7pm, enjoy the unique setting of this bayside town, grab a bite of seafood (they're famous for their crabs!) and stroll the dock and historic town while shopping with independent artists. 

Balticon 51

May 26-29, Baltimore: Join members of the Baltimore Science Fiction Society for the premier non-profit fan-run Science Fiction Convention in the Mid-Atlantic region. There will be multiple tracks of programming over the four day weekend, featuring authors, artists, scientists, musicians, podcasters, publishers, editors, costumers, games, concerts, dances, workshops and much more!

Fair Hill Races

May 27, Elkton: The Fair Hill Races have been running since 1934! Visitors can enjoy the races from various locations on the grounds. Besides the racing, there will be something for everyone, including a vendor village for everyone to shop, kids' comer to entertain the kids with face painting, pony rides and more, a large selection of food vendors and races all afternoon.

Smith Island Arts Festival

May 27, Smith Island: This Memorial Day Saturday event celebrates the work of regional and local artists and the cultural heritage of Smith Island. Painting, photography, folk art, sea glass, jewelry, textiles, and ceramics by more than 30 participants will be on display and for sale. Food, including the famous Smith Island cake, will be available for purchase. 

Whoopi Goldberg

May 27, Bethesda: Strathmore presents selebrated comedian, author, humanitarian, and star of stage and screen. Whoopi Goldberg delights audiences with an evening of laughter-filled storytelling.

Living History Weekend

May 27-28, Antietam: Volunteers portraying the 24th North Carolina, Company B, which was involved in the fighting in the West Woods, will present living history programs including musket firing demonstrations. All demonstrations will take place just outside the visitor center. Visitors are also invited to tour the unit’s camp and learn about what daily life would have been like for the average Confederate soldier.

Sowebo Arts and Music Festival

May 28, Baltimore: Baltimore's always free and utterly unique Arts and Music Festival surrounding historic Hollins Market is all about local music, kid fun, great eats, local visual art, and craft vendors galore.

Noises Off

Now-June 18, Baltimore: Everyman's Resident Company of actors transforms into a British company of actors in this side-splitting farce to end all farces. A love-letter to the thrilling and unpredictable nature of the stage, Noises Off will leave you rolling in the aisles as everything that could go wrong, does go wrong.

Tulip Dig

May 27, Baltimore: The tulip bulbs are removed from Sherwood Gardens beds at the end of each blooming season to be replaced by new bulbs in October for the next spring bloom. At the end of May each year, always the Saturday morning of Memorial Day weekend starting at 7:00 AM the tulip bulbs are available to be dug and purchased for a nominal cost of 30 cents per bulb. Participants should bring a shovel or spade and a bag for their bulbs. Bagged bulbs are also available. Give this classic activity a try!

B'eat More Pie Fest 2017

May 27, Baltimore: The Baltimore Museum of Industry presents this fun family festival! Show off your baking skills at the B’Eat More Pie Fest, held at the BMI Farmers’ Market. Enter your best pie or just come watch. You can purchase tickets to win competition pies in a raffle or try tasting bites.


Now-June 18, Olney: Olney Theatre presents Proof, the story of Catherine, the bereaved daughter of a brilliant but chronically mentally ill mathematician. Catherine worries that she has inherited her father's mental illness, but more central to the drama is whether she also inherited his genius. A penetrating mystery at the center of the play and the stellar cast illuminates the ways in which family and lovers play into and defy expectations.