Archaeological testing was completed prior to the construction of a residence on the property, located in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. The site, featuring unidentified physical boundaries, was initially recorded as a Woodland period village site in 1958 by Henry Wright and subsequently recorded by multiple parties. The site is also identified as being a “type site” for Sullivan Cove ceramics, a Late Woodland period Native American ware type. The 2007 investigation yielded 1,766 artifacts, including 288 prehistoric artifacts, 31 bone fragments, and 1,028 oyster shell fragments. Radiocarbon dating conducted on charcoal retrieved from two cultural features indicated that the site was occupied during at least two periods, the Early Woodland (AD 10-210) and Late Woodland (AD 1270-1400).