Paddleboarding, sailing, hikes, s’mores, repeat. That’s daily life in Sherwood Forest, a woodsy community in Annapolis, Maryland. “My husband, Burke, grew up going to his parents’ home here, and his grandparents and great-grandparents had houses here too,” says Sarah Hayes. It was only natural that Burke proposed to her by the river — and that the two would get a vacation home of their own once they had a family. (They live about an hour away, in Chevy Chase.) The 3,300-square-foot place they bought in The Forest, as locals call it, was a total teardown — the foundation wasn’t sound.