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Look Inside My Home: A Historic Annapolis Guest Cottage - Source Washingtonian

Posted on May 16,2019
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Photographs courtesy of Susan Able.
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BY MIMI MONTGOMERY

WASHINGTON, DC. -
Susan Able and her husband Jeff Gwilliam purchased their Annapolis home in 2013 and live there full-time. The couple commutes back-and-forth to DC, where they keep a one-bedroom in the Wharf for overnight trips.

Gwilliam, a retired US Army Colonel who is now a program manager at the Department of Homeland Security, and Able, the publisher of Edible DC, live in the Eastport neighborhood of Annapolis with their Old English Sheepdog, Suzy Bishop.

The two love the neighborhood for its history, its community focus, and close walk to downtown Annapolis (plus, much of it is right on the water). “Eastport has got to be one of the greatest places to live close to DC and Baltimore,” says Able. “There is so much happening here with community parties and events, whether it’s the annual Annapolis Oyster Roast & Sock Burning held on the spring equinox, oyster festivals, music, art—you name it.”

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