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The city of Brunswick is located along the southernmost border of Frederick County. The community was founded along the now defunct Chesapeake / Ohio canal and was also a major hub of the Baltimore / Ohio railroad. Today, it’s a popular commuter area for the nation’s capital of Washington DC, which is just 45 miles to the south along the Potomac River. The city’s Maryland Rail Commuter Train or MARC can get you to the city in less than an hour and a half.
Highway 340 is also located just north of Brunswick, providing quick access to other areas of the county including Frederick City and Harper’s Ferry.
Brunswick was founded in 1890 and boasts a proud history. The annual Railroad Days celebration takes place on the first weekend of October and serves as a reminder of the community's heritage. There’s also a long-running Veteran’s Day parade that has been a local favorite since 1932.
For an established community, the Brunswick real estate market is refreshingly diverse. New developments have introduced plenty of new and near-new properties to the market, in addition to the character homes you’d expect.
The majority of residents in the city own their homes, with the predominant housing type being a single family home. Brunswick's location further away from the major cities of Washington DC and Baltimore have helped keep property comparatively affordable.
Brunswick is fast becoming a popular commuter community for any number of the large metro areas in the vicinity. The MARC commuter train line is ideal, providing quick and direct access into the heart of Washington, through Gaithersburg and Bethesda.
The city of Brunswick is frequently cited as a top place to make a home in Maryland. Residents prize the community for its quiet suburban feel and a slower paced lifestyle. The population of Brunswick has a strong affinity for where they live which translates to a strong community spirit. This community spirit is evidenced by a social calendar populated by many well-attended community events. Brunswick residents love to get together when they can.
A major attraction in the city is the Brunswick Heritage Museum that hosts one of the largest model train layouts on the east coast.
Brunswick has a historic commercial district that is located along a section of Potomac Street. The district features great antique shops, cafes, restaurants and event a brewpub - many houses in historic buildings. A local favorite if the Beans in the Belfrey cafe - taking up residence in a restored First Evangelical & Reformed Church that was originally built in 1910.
Brunswick is home to 3 schools for children of all ages. These include:
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Listing information last updated on November 25th, 2020 at 8:46pm EST.