11536 Manorstone Ln columbia, MD, 21044View Listing
Columbia real estate is highly sought-after by homebuyers of all kinds—from growing families to young professionals. With beautiful homes located down quiet, family-friendly streets, there’s no better place to invest in real estate than here.
Many of the homes for sale in Columbia are of colonial architecture and have long driveways and manicured lawns. Since it’s situated outside of the big city, Columbia real estate boasts large properties that are often shaded by mature trees.
Some of the most luxurious homes in the area have grand foyers that welcome visitors into living spaces that epitomize elegance and sophistication. In many of the homes you can find two-story ceilings, crown mouldings, and hardwood flooring. Details like these reveal the craftsmanship that went into the building of the houses.
These homes attract homebuyers who love to entertain. With their chef’s kitchens and open-concept living spaces, you’ll fall in love with hosting dinner parties and family get-togethers all over again. Everyone will enjoy cozying up near the fireplaces or hanging out outside in the outdoor living spaces.
Most of the homes in Columbia are around 4,000 square feet in size, making them perfect for growing families. The master bedrooms are the most impressive rooms in the homes with their large walk-in closets and spa-inspired ensuites. Your bedroom will become your own personal sanctuary.
In addition to the luxury homes, Columbia real estate is rich in ranchers and split level homes. These places are ideal for buyers who are shopping with a modest budget, but still want to enjoy spacious yards and high-end amenities, like eat-in kitchens and laundry rooms.
Columbia 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.
Columbia, MD was founded by developer James W. Rouse who set out to build a suburban community that eliminated the inconveniences of the classic subdivision design. Rouse imagined an idyllic city that was free from discrimination and was rich in community involvement. As a result, Columbia was built with seven distinct neighborhoods that had endless lists of amenities.
All of Columbia’s neighborhoods have easy access to parks and playgrounds where children can play with friends from around the community. There are also plenty of shops and restaurants, so you never have to travel far to pick up what you need.
Although every neighborhood has its own convenient amenities, at the center of the city is The Mall in Columbia that has everything you could possibly imagine. There are over 200 stores, an array of restaurants, and even a movie theater.
Columbia was also ranked at #8 (in conjunction with Ellicott City) on 2012's list.
This shouldn't be surprising, given the values and vision instilled in Columbia as one of the region's first planned communities.
When you live in Columbia, you’re never short of things to do. The city is loaded with activities and attractions that are run by The Columbia Association. There are numerous indoor and outdoor swimming pools, water slides, and playgrounds. Other incredible amenities include:
The city is also home to three lakes: Lake Kittamaqundi, Lake Elkhorn, and Wilde Lake. Visitors are welcome to sail, fish, and boat in the water. There are also miles upon miles of jogging and biking pathways in the surrounding areas. These are the perfect places to get outside and stay active.
The city of Columbia hosts plenty of festivals and celebrations throughout the year, like the Columbia Festival of the Arts. These offer great opportunities to meet your neighbors and get involved in the community.
There are so many reasons to love Columbia. With tons of amenities and activities, you’ll never find yourself with nothing to do.
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Listing information last updated on November 25th, 2020 at 8:46pm EST.