Moving or Relocating to Harford County, Maryland?

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Harford County is located 25 miles north of Baltimore with a population of 233,350. It is still largely rural with rolling horse pastures and farmland. However, considered to be a part of the Baltimore/Washington Corridor; it is a busy, vital commercial and business location.

Towns in Harford County, Md

Aberdeen, Md – official site Find the U.S. Army’s Ordinance Center and School at Aberdeen Proving Ground along with other larger employers including Saks Fifth Avenue, Clorox, Pier One, Rite Aid and Frito Lay. Aberdeen was listed as one of the safest towns in  Maryland.

Bel Air – official site Bel Air is the county seat with a population of 75,000. A small town look and feel down main street it has impressive schools, recreational facilities and is the commercial and entertainment hub.

Fallston – is a semi-rural community in Maryland consisting mostly of farms and suburban-like developments. In the past it was mostly farmland, now more urban. Many people commute to Baltimore on I95. Very congested during rush hour but 20 minutes to downtown during the day. Bel Air is closest town for commercial shopping. Residents say, “I liked how small and local the town is. It is also very affordable and great for a family.”

Havre de Grace – official site Havre de Grace is 40 miles from Wilmington, DE and 35 miles from Baltimore City and offers easy access to I-95. Here you find a picturesque town centre with a lovely waterfront promenade and world class, Pete Dye designed golf course, Bulle Rock, host to McDonald’s LPGA tournament. Median home sale: $299,995.

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