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Bel Air is known as the “heart of Harford” for a reason. Not only is the county seat at the geographic center of the county, it’s also the economic and cultural root of the region. Bel Air has a beautiful and historic downtown core that has also been made a designated arts and entertainment district - one of 24 official districts in Maryland.
Bel Air is located roughly 28 miles from downtown Baltimore. US Route One is located just west of the small town, providing fantastic easy access to the larger metropolis, and other communities in the region including nearby Aberdeen.
As town itself is quite well established, the Bel Air real estate market offers plenty of character homes, overflowing with a intriguing colonial charm. The Federal and early colonial-style architecture is common in the older homes throughout the community, but also features in some newer construction, taking cues from a historic past.
Bel Air is a quaint, small town that has been consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States, and it’s easy to see why. The town’s appealing neighborhoods feature gently curving streets, with the overhanging boughs of mature trees and sidewalks on both sides.
The community of Bel Air is also surrounded by numerous examples of newer suburban construction extending outwards in new developments. These homes naturally feature brand new features with all modern conveniences and contemporary design styles. These areas have seen substantial growth in the past several decades.
Aside from being a cultural center for Harford County, Bel Air most definitely a center for commerce as well. Harford Mall is a popular destination for not only Harford residents but the greater population in communities throughout the county. The intersection of Veteran Memorial Highway and the Baltimore Pike features an abundance of shopping options beyond the mall.
Bel Air also features a good number of beautiful parks. The town is home to 5 neighborhood parks and larger community park. Outside the community itself, locals love the fantastic access to a number of nearby state parks and nature preserves. Of course, there’s also the area’s two golf golf courses:
Lastly, expanding on Bel Air’s reputation as a wonderful place to raise a growing family, the community hosts an award-winning education system. Bel Air is well known for having one of the best ranked school districts in the state of Maryland and indeed the country.
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Listing information last updated on July 29th, 2021 at 3:33pm EDT.