Moving or Relocating to Carroll County, Maryland? (Eldersburg, Mt Airy, Hampstead, Taneytown, Westminster)
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Helpful information when moving to Carroll County, Md
– This beautiful county is a combination of the old and new. You will find a new developments nestled between winding roads and farms. Located approximately 45 minutes from Frederick and further to Baltimore and Columbia, MD this is a commuter town. Search for: Carroll County Homes Local Carroll County Newspaper
Towns in Carroll County:
Eldersburg, Md (very close to Sykesville)
Situated 30 miles west of Baltimore, Eldersburg has grown at an impressive clip in recent years, adding a Home Depot, a Wal-Mart and a Kohl’s department store. Yet it’s still a small, quiet town, its lush hills dotted with old churches and houses, and the sprawling Liberty reservoir east of town offers hiking trails and gorgeous scenery. You can spend your days hiking through Piney Run Park
to see great blue herons or red-tailed hawks. On the downside, though, high home prices make it a little exclusive, and the long commute to Baltimore means more jobs are far away. Compared to the rest of the country, Eldersburg’s cost of living is 30.8% higher than the U.S. average
Hampstead, Md– official site
• A small town with a quaint Main Street, This town got even better with th bypass
from Hampstead to Manchester so commuters will not travel through the town’s Main Street.
Manchester, Md – official site Manchester is located between Hampstead, Md and Hanover, Pa. It is twenty minutes further north than Westminster and consequentially the homes are priced lower. It holds a simple Main street, some new developments and many farms and beautiful wooded lots. One can reach Rt 83 in just 20 minutes making it a nice place to live if commuting to York, Pa or Hunt Valley, MD. Manchester Map
Mount Airy, Md – official site
Mt Airy is just far away from Westminster that it has it’s own town and personality. Located right off of I- 70 it is perfect for a commute to Frederick, Gaithersburg, Columbia or Baltimore.
Taneytown, Md – official site
• Search Taneytown Homes This small town has a civil war-era feeling because of it’s close proximity to Gettysburg, PA. Taneytown puts its parks, open-space preservation, and recreation at the top of its list. IT is continuing to grow with some new home construction. Median home sales are low at: $275,000.
Westminster, Md – official site Search Westminster, MD Homes While Westminster is a small town it is the central point of Carroll County with a bustling Main Street, the Townmall of Westminster and 7 grocery stores. Founded in 1764 by William Winchester it has continued to evolve throughout the years. In the past decade there has been a great influx of new stores, restaurants and homes. Downtown Westminster continues to provide a unique, quality shopping, dining and cultural experience within a small town atmosphere. Westminster is home to McDaniel College, a private four-year college of the liberal arts and sciences. No matter how much growth the present brings the farms and old homes interwoven throughout Westminster keep the area grounded.