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Much of Finksburg real estate consists of large, colonial-style homes that have beautiful, red-brick exteriors and charming shuttered windows. Most homes for sale in Finksburg have sizeable front yards that give the homes grandeur.
The best part about Finksburg real estate is that it won’t cost you an arm and a leg to own a home. Since the town is located some distance from Baltimore, home prices are not extremely high. You can find lovely single-family homes for around $300,000 to $400,000 that have expansive backyards and convenient amenities.
Real estate in this town is always in development. New homes are being built all the time, making it a diverse city in terms of real estate. You can find brand-new communities that have homes with the latest technology and features. Otherwise, most of the homes on the market were built in the mid-2000s, so they have attractive modern designs.
Families absolutely love the homes in Finksburg because they offer countless amenities that make life more convenient and comfortable. It’s common to find homes with four or more bedrooms and bathrooms, meaning everyone in the household can have their own personal space.
Regardless of if you have a large family or a small one, the one thing that will sell you on the homes in this town is their massive backyards. The yards are the perfect place for children to explore or for homeowners to host summer parties. It’s easy to find homes that boast wooded yards, giving you the ultimate sense of privacy from your neighbors.
Finksburg is filled with tons of incredible amenities that make it an extraordinary city. Keep reading about these amenities below, or find out how you can make this amazing place your home by reaching out to one of the local Northrop Realty agents.
Living in Finksburg, Maryland
Finksburg, MD is located at the northernmost point of the Liberty Reservoir, about 30-miles from downtown Baltimore. This gives the town a rural atmosphere that attracts tons of homebuyers to the area.
It takes 40-minutes to drive to Baltimore, though it’s possible to take public transit into the downtown core. Residents often drive 15-minutes to the closest SubwayLink station in Owings Mills. From there, you can take the metro straight into town. This train journey takes around 40-minutes. It’s a great alternative for those who commute to the city for work.
Finksburg is in a convenient location near other great towns where you can find top-rated restaurants and shopping centers.
- Finksburg to Reisterstown: 10-minutes via MD-140
- Finksburg to Westminster: 15-minute via MD-140
- Finksburg to Frederick: 50-minutes via MD-32
Local Amenities and Attractions
Carroll County is known for its antique shopping and Finksburg is no exception to this. Though there may not be many antique stores in the town center, Westminster is the nearest city that has a mall full of antique shops that residents often frequent.
What makes Finksburg such a great place to live is that it’s home to tons of sports facilities and parks. Roaring Run Community Park is located at the center of the city, offering four baseball fields that local teams use for practice.
Sandy Mount Park is another fantastic place for families. Not only does it have an impressive playground, but multiple sports facilities. There are tennis courts, baseball diamonds, and a basketball court. This is not to mention the walking trails that lead you around the manicured park.
Finksburg is serviced by an independent K-12 school called Gerstell Academy that many students in the area attend. Though, there are tons of public schools nearby, such as:
- Sandymount Elementary
- Shiloh Middle
- Westminster High School
The town is also home to the Finksburg Branch of the Carroll County Public Library that was constructed in 2009.
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