|Known for its unique diversity of developed, historic, and rural areas, Howard County boasts one of the premium real estate market in the country. Howard County public schools are consistently ranked alongside other top-tier schools around the nation year after year. Ellicott City and Columbia were ranked among the top places to live in America in 2012. From Columbia and Ellicott City to Clarksville and West Friendship, Howard County offers an unparalleled niche for every homebuyer along every point of the budget spectrum. Visit our latest content series, “HoCo Exposed,” to find out more about each of Howard County’s neighborhoods.
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|Baltimore County, situated in Central Maryland, features a wide variety of home styles. In the Southwest district, Catonsville evokes a unique combination of history with modern development, as well as plenty of community activities year-round. In the northern region of Baltimore County, homebuyers interested in rural landscapes with convenient location might be attracted to the growing vineyard and winery industry in the area. From Owings Mills to Towson, Baltimore County is chock-full of opportunities to fulfill your every need for shopping destinations, restaurants, and recreation.
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|Bordered by the Mason Dixon line to the north, Baltimore County to the east, and Howard County to the south, Carroll County will appeal to homebuyers looking for open space, vineyards, horse farms, outdoor recreation, and pastoral landscapes. Carroll County houses a large portion of the Patapsco Valley State Park, providing access to one of the premier nature state park locations across the nation. Carroll County is also home to some current custom-build development projects, for homebuyers interested in creating a truly unique property.
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|The Maryland State Government is seated in Historic Annapolis in Anne Arundel County. Annapolis is home to many of our state government officials, as well as tourists and professionals who seek to be part of Maryland culture, tradition, and history. Here, contemporary lifestyle merges with historical and modern American significance in establishments such as The Naval Academy, as well as current archaeological expeditions to research colonial settlements. Anne Arundel County is rich with museums and educational outlets. For the shoppers in the family, Arundel Mills is an outlet mall with 17 anchors and 225 specialty stores, just north of BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport.
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|Frederick County lies West of Howard County and extends north to the state border. Frederick, the city itself, was recently named one of the Top 10 Best Downtowns, and is home to many historical landmarks. Frederick County is full of scenic byways, vineyards and wineries, and Civil War heritage sites, as well as important historical aspects of Francis Scott Key’s Life. Frederick County’s mostly rural landscape is supplemented by bustling activity in places such as Main Street, offering many shopping destinations and restaurants for one, two, or the whole family!
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|For much of Central Maryland and beyond, Baltimore City represents decades worth of Maryland culture, tradition, and history. Originally founded in 1729 by Lord Baltimore, Baltimore City quickly flourished as a stalwart port city along the eastern shore. Now, generations share memories of attending Orioles and Ravens sporting events. Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and neighborhoods such as Federal Hill, Harbor East, Little Italy, Fell’s Point, Mount Vernon, Westside, Hampden, Charles Street, and Canton all offer something unique for residents and tourists alike. Baltimore City has now become a one-stop destination for local events, large-scale performance venues, and a cultural center for shopping, restaurants, and local eateries.
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