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Frederick real estate is popular among all types of homebuyers for its charming homes and reasonable prices. Compared to the state’s average home value, the median home price in Frederick is quite low at $310,000. At this price, you can find a variety of homes that range from 1850s colonial homes to brand-new townhouses.
What makes Frederick real estate unique is its abundance of row homes. There are few places in the state where you can find row houses as endearing as the ones in this city. Many of the ones located near the downtown core were built in the mid-century or earlier, offering brick facades and shuttered windows.
Since the city has a long history, it’s easy to find homes that were built in the late 19th century. While the exteriors of these homes generally maintain their original designs and features, the interiors are oftentimes renovated to have modern amenities. Many homes have brand-new wood flooring and open-concept living spaces. They also have upgraded kitchens and bathrooms for your convenience and comfort.
In addition to all of the heritage homes for sale in Frederick are the new-builds that have been popping up in and around the city. You can find single-family homes as well as townhouses that have been built with trendy designs and desirable amenities, like home offices and walk-in-closets.
Frederick 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 Northtrop Realty agents.
Frederick is the 6th largest city in Maryland with a population of 72,146. Although it’s one of the largest cities in the state, it has a small town feel and a tight-knit community. What creates this small-town vibe is its 40-block historic downtown center where you can find boutique shops and small cafes. These small businesses are housed in 18th century buildings that remind all visitors of the city’s rich history.
It’s extremely easy to get around to other cities when you live in Frederick. The city has access to a network of highways and interstates that take you in any direction.
One of the best parts about living in Frederick is that you have a long list of amenities that are located right in the city. Some community favorites include:
What makes Frederick one of the best places to live in all of Maryland is its plethora of parks and community recreation areas. Baker Park is a popular place to take kids on the weekend for its family-friendly facilities, like playgrounds and picnic tables. For 22 weekends of the year, Baker Park plays host to community events and festivals, such as:
Other than Baker Park, Frederick is home to 90 parks where you can find forested areas, trailways, and playgrounds. Gambrills State Park is a fantastic spot located 20-minutes outside of Frederick that has acres upon acres of forested park, as well as over 16-miles of trails.
The Appalachian Trail also runs through nearby mountains, making hiking a popular sport among residents of Frederick. Along with hiking, golfing is common in this city. With top-rated courses located around the city, it’s easy to get out for tee-time.
Buying or selling a home in Frederick, MD? Contact Northrop Realty today! Their local experts are happy to help you with all your real estate needs.
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Listing information last updated on June 20th, 2021 at 2:16pm EDT.