Frederick County, Maryland

A Frederick County home buyer will be buying Frederick County homes that are located adjacent to Washington D.C., Baltimore and other large communities. Frederick County real estate is even located near Camp David, where the sitting United States president routinely goes for vacation. What are some other reasons why Frederick County MD homes are worth buying?


It is surmised that Frederick County was named after Frederick, Prince of Wales. However, no one knows for sure if this is the case. Throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, Frederick County was siphoned off to create new counties such as Prince George County and Baltimore County. There are roughly 95 properties in Frederick County that are a part of the National Register of Historic Places.

Parks and Rec

The Hillstreet Skate Park, Baker Park and the Catoctin Creek Park are three of the dozens of parks in the area. The Catoctin Creek Park has programs where children can observe, collect and catalogue the various species of water creatures that call the park home. A vast majority of the parks have playing fields, pavilions for picnics and trails where residents can go for a walk or take a hike.


There are many great events that take place in Frederick County. For example, you can live life like it was 1940 when you go on one of the many Steam Train Excursions, where you take a tour of the area in a steam engine train. The Alive at Five events feature live music from local and regional acts. For those who enjoy comedy, you can catch a stand-up comedian or a comedic play that will make you laugh for hours on end.


The National Museum of Civil War Medicine, the Brunswick Heritage Museum and the Weinberg Center for the Arts are locations that history buffs need to visit. Sports fans can take in a Frederick Keys minor league baseball game. The Keys are a lower level affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. Frederick Community College and Hood College are both excellent and affordable schools that local residents can attend to earn their degrees.

A Frederick County real estate agent can answer all of your questions about Frederick County MD real estate. If you are interested in Frederick County homes for sale, a Frederick County realtor can help you acquire the Frederick County properties that you want to purchase. Remember, if you want real estate in Frederick County, you need to act fast as homes for sale in Frederick County don't stay on the market forever.
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