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Highlights of neighborhoods and communities in Frederick Md. Homes for sale, average values, and neighborhood amenities.

Homes for Sale in Dearbought Neighborhood

Homes for Sale in Dearbought Neighborhood

Dearbought Neighborhood in Frederick Md

Dearbought is a planned neighborhood located in north Frederick, off of Rt. 26, east of Interstate 15, just minutes from downtown Frederick. The community backs to a greenway that runs along the Monocacy River, and boasts of natural scenery and lovely common areas. Dearbought is close to several shopping centers and has easy access to commuter routes.

The community consists of about 600 homes, including single-family homes, townhouses and condominiums. There are tennis courts, swimming pool, tot lots, volleyball and athletic field for residents to enjoy, as well as a community building. There are nature paths, bike and running paths that showcase the beautiful surroundings.

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Dearbought was planned and developed by Natelli Communities and includes daycare facilities and assisted living facilities. The 150 acres along the Monocacy River provide a beautiful setting for residents of all ages.

Dearbought is a full-lifecycle community, with child daycare and assisted-living facilities, as well as places of worship, within its neighborhoods. To find out more about see Dearbought Community HOA.

Nearby are several convenient market districts, with Giant and Walmart, several fast food restaurants, a Starbucks, liquor store, gas station and several specialty shops. The recently opened Monocacy Boulevard extension offers easy access to the east side of Frederick.

Local Schools

Schools in the area include Walkersville High School, Walkersville Middle and Elementary Schools, Monocacy Middle and Elementary Schools, Monocacy Valley Montessori School.

Dearbought History

In 1755 Sebastian Derr purchased the tract of land on the west bank of the Monocacy river, called Dearbought, a part of the Dulaney lands. (Dulaney first purchased the lands we now call Frederick in 1745) Dearbought has been handed down from generation to generation until the present day, one of the few farms in Frederick County to remain in the same family for so many years.

The old Derr home, which is still standing on the right side of the Frederick and Woodsboro pike, was built of logs and stone, by Sebastian Derr in 1755, and is one of the oldest land marks in the county. It contained ten rooms, besides garrets and cellars.

Historic Derr House

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Homes for Sale in Worman’s Mill | Frederick Md Planned Community

Homes for Sale in Worman’s Mill | Frederick Md Planned Community

Homes for Sale in Worman’s Mill, A Frederick Md Planned Community

Worman’s Mill is a master planned community in north Frederick Maryland, built by Wormald Builders. The neighborhood backs to the Monocacy River and provides a lovely natural setting enhanced by parks and trails, as well as common areas. Homes for sale in Worman’s Mill, Frederick Md include include single-family homes, townhouses, villas and condominiums.

Homes for Sale in Worman’s Mill

  1. 2 beds, 2 baths
    Lot size: 5,337 sqft
    Year built: 1995
    Days on market: 19
  2. 4 beds, 4 baths
    Lot size: 4,198 sqft
    Year built: 2013
    Days on market: 26
  3. 4 beds, 4 baths
    Lot size: 2,499 sqft
    Year built: 2001
    Days on market: 32
  4. 3 beds, 4 baths
    Home size: 4,273 sq ft
    Lot size: 3,958 sqft
    Year built: 2006
    Days on market: 41
  5. 3 beds, 2 baths
    Home size: 1,626 sq ft
    Year built: 2008
    Days on market: 42
  6. 3 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,538 sq ft
    Lot size: 5,610 sqft
    Year built: 1999
    Days on market: 46

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Worman’s Mill in Frederick

Frederick Magazine polls it’s readership every year on the places they love most in Frederick; one of the categories is neighborhoods. Worman’s Mill took first place among non-downtown neighborhoods. Worman’s Mill is a special community modeled after a turn-of-the-century village with a Village Square and architecturally-rich neighborhoods as well as a central clubhouse, pools, tennis, basketball, playgrounds, walking trails, and signature / award-winning parks. The innovative town ‘n’ country design of Worman’s Mill has been winning architectural awards for years.

 

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The community is known for its hardscapes, as well as the attention to detail in the common areas. There is a nature conservancy bordering the neighborhood along the Tuscarora Creek and the Monocacy River, that offers beautiful views and common ground. Worman’s Mill has several small parks throughout the community.

Worman’s Mill Boundaries:

The community is located in Northeast Frederick. The ease of commuting and proximity to downtown Frederick make the location ideal.

• East: Waterside Neighborhood
• West: I-15
• North: The Monocacy River
• South: S.R. 26

Worman’s Mill has been under construction since 1988, with the final phase finishing now. There are 8 neighborhood clusters within the community, each under the care of the Worman’s Mill Community Conservancy. Listings on this page of homes for sale in Worman’s Mill Frederick Md are updated daily.

The community has easy access to I-15 and Route 26. Two nearby shopping centers provide convenient access to 2 grocery stores and the super Wal-mart is across from the west entrance. Minutes from downtown, Worman’s Mill shares all the amenities of the Historic District in Frederick.

Villages of Urbana Neighborhood

Villages of Urbana Neighborhood

Villages of Urbana Neighborhood

The Villages of Urbana Neighborhood is a planned, mixed-use community in Urbana MD that offers a small town atmosphere mixed with all the amenities of modern living. Like many planned communities, Conveniences include a community center, pools and tennis courts, newly built top-rated schools as well as a new, state-of-the-art public Villages of Urbana Neighborhoodlibrary. The hiking/biking trails, and pedestrian pathways connect several residential villages to one another and to a market district, with convenient access to grocery stores, restaurants, retail stores and businesses.

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  1. 4 beds, 4 baths
    Home size: 3,180 sq ft
    Lot size: 3,180 sqft
    Year built: 2018
    Days on market: 4
  2. 3 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,914 sq ft
    Year built: 2008
    Days on market: 7
  3. 3 beds, 4 baths
    Home size: 1,776 sq ft
    Lot size: 1,246 sqft
    Year built: 2013
    Days on market: 15
  4. 4 beds, 5 baths
    Home size: 6,032 sq ft
    Lot size: 18,523 sqft
    Year built: 2010
    Days on market: 16
  5. 4 beds, 5 baths
    Home size: 4,013 sq ft
    Lot size: 7,759 sqft
    Year built: 2018
    Days on market: 17

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Villages of Urbana, Urbana Area Information:

The Villages of Urbana is located in southern Frederick County, adjacent to I-270 at the route 80 exit. The Villages, just 4 miles north of Montgomery County and 5 miles south of the City of Frederick, has the corner on the old real estate adage, “location, location, location.” Nestled in the Monocacy River Valley, with nearby Sugarloaf Mountain in sight, and surrounded by historic landmarks such as Monocacy Battlefield Park, the beautiful setting is one of the many perks.

Villages of Urbana Schools

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Villages of Urbana Real Estate

Villages of Urbana NeighborhoodThe Villages of Urbana is a mix of Single-family homes, townhouses and townhome condominiums. Among the styles you’ll find Neo-Traditionals, Traditional Plans and Colonials, Victorians and various lot sizes.

The Villages of Urbana was established in 1999 and building continues today. Builders in The Villages include: NV Homes, Ryan Homes, Main Street Homes and Parkwood Homes.

 

Homes for Sale in Baker Park

Homes for Sale in Baker Park

Baker Park

Baker Park is a neighborhood surrounding the 58 acre linear park that runs through the center of the city of Frederick, alongside a section of Carroll Creek. Hood College, a neighborhood adjacent to Baker Park is often included side-by-side with Baker Park listings. The listings on this page for homes for sale in Baker Park Frederick MD are updated daily.

The architecture of the homes in Baker Park ranges from Victorian, Colonial, Arts and Crafts and Cape Cod, to a few mid-century modern homes. The neighborhood is quiet and walkable, with tree-lined streets, and near to the downtown area.

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All homes in Baker Park are custom built. The majority of the homes in this early planned community were built between 1905 and 1940, with the exception of the newest custom homes currently under construction, Baker Park Estates, developed by Mitchell & Best home builders. There are seven lots priced at $475,000 each, with custom homes priced at 1.35 million. See the quarterly Baker Park real estate market trends.

Baker Park Neighborhood in Frederick Md

The neighborhood surrounds Frederick’s largest city park, Baker Park, a linear park extending from Interstate 15 to N. Bentz Street. Founded in the late 1920’s through a gift from one of Frederick’s leading citizens, Joseph Dill Baker,  it is one of the city’s greatest assets with lots of opportunities to enjoy the beauty of the creekside environment.

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Carroll Creek flows through the length of the Park, through the heart of the Historic District to the east side of the city to Gas House Pike. The creek is a lovely centerpiece to Baker Park, surrounded by weeping willows and flanked by walking paths. A historic covered bridge over the creek makes a great photo opportunity. Another walking bridge, was recently re-opened after the original bridge was destroyed.

 

The Joseph D. Baker Memorial Carillon Bell Tower

The focal point of the park is the The Joseph D. Baker Memorial Carillon Bell Tower. The tower was built in 1941 with 14 bells manufactured in Holland. Over the years there were several additions;  It weighs about 6,000 pounds, presently made up of 49 bells atop a 70-foot granite tower, with a 16 foot square base. baker park frederick md

It is the largest musical instrument in Maryland, and one of only about 140 of its kind in the United States.

The tower was dedicated to James D. Baker, a Frederick citizen who donated to the city for the purchase of land for the park between Bentz Street and West College Terrace.

A weekly carillon recital is played on the Joseph Dill Baker Carillon each Sunday at noon for half an hour. The carillon can be heard from anywhere in the park, and the City Carillonneur can be viewed playing in the tower, which is open during that time. The Sunday concert concludes with “The Star Spangled Banner” in honor of Francis Scott Key, the author, who practiced law in Frederick. Guest carillonneurs can be seen playing with fists and feet in the tower. For instance, the Groningen Carillon Duo from the Netherlands played after the July 4, 2009 fireworks.

Summer in Baker Park

Frederick’s 4th, an Independence Day celebration is one of the largest festivals in Frederick, attracting over 70,000 people. For 27 years, Baker Park has been the site of fabulous fireworks on the 4th of July, with music, food, fun and children’s activities all day long.

Joseph Baker founded the park in 1926, with the help of Lloyd C. Culler, two Frederick citizens. When the old Zentz Mill on Bentz Street burned to the ground on the morning of June 24, 1926, Joseph Baker started planning a city park that would serve the citizens of Frederick for years to come. His generous donation of land made the park possible.

Find out more from “Friends of Baker Park, Inc.”, a non-profit, volunteer-staffed community service organization dedicated to fostering community involvement with the Frederick City Government in the preservation, restoration, use and maintenance of Baker Park.

Baker Park Frederick MD

Community Life in Baker Park

Frederick’s 58-acre linear park has a public swimming pool, several baseball fields, tennis courts and playgrounds for children. People of all ages can find activities in Baker Park. Picnic areas are located throughout the Park.

Culler Lake with its fountain is a beautiful, reflective spot to feed the ducks. Culler Lake, formerly named Kidwiler Pond, was transformed by the WPA and dedicated in 1940, renamed for the former Frederick Mayor Lloyd C. Culler. It is sometimes the site of ice skating in the winter and fishing in the summer.

There are several fun summer events in Baker Park, concerts, non-profit events, and theater in the amphitheater. On Thursday mornings in summer people enjoy the Family-friendly theater productions, while on Sunday nights in June, July and August you’ll find hundreds of people enjoying free, high-quality musical entertainment.

Baker Park Bandshell

 

Minutes from the Downtown

Baker Park is adjacent to the Frederick Historic District, a few minutes walk from downtown Frederick. Restaurants, shops, galleries and museums are just around the corner. The Historic District has become the destination location for Frederick residents and for visitors from all over the region.

The park provides a nice vantage point to view the clustered spires, a phrase first used in the “Ballad of Barbara Fritchie”, by John Greenleaf Whittier. The Historic District is home to several historic churches, whose spires make a beautiful scene which has been the inspiration for much artwork and several local logos.

Baker Park Covered Walking Bridge
Visit beautiful Baker Park when you’re in Frederick. Enjoy a great fireworks display on July 4th, or a picnic with family and friends enjoying a lovely vista of Carroll Creek and the “Clustered Spires”.
A newer tradition is the winter snowball celebrations that crop up spontaneously on Facebook when city residents want to engage in some fun when the city gets shut down for a “snowmageddon”.
 Baker Park Carroll Creek project
East of Bentz Street, the Creek is surrounded by Carroll Creek Linear Park. Beautiful Carroll Creek Linear Park opened in August 2006, after years of planning. After the downtown area of Frederick flooded from the aftermath of Tropical Storm Agnes in 1972, plans began for a flood-control project that eventually put the creek underground in 1993, with a waist-deep 1.3 mile channel waterway with concrete banks 40 feet wide. The flood-control project starts in Baker Park.  Read more about the Carroll Creek Project.

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Homes for Sale in Clover Hill Community

Homes for Sale in Clover Hill Community

Homes for Sale in Clover Hill

Clover Hill in Frederick Md is a community of about 1200 houses that was built largely by Ausherman Builders. The last part of the community, Clover Hill III was completed in 2000. Clover Hill Civic Association is the source of information regarding the swimming pool, park and sports activities.

Clover Hill Community in Frederick Md is located on the northeast side of Interstate 15 in Frederick. Bordered on the southwest by Yellow Springs Road and the northeast by Oppossomtown Pike. The community is bordered by Fort Detrick on the south and roughly follows Walter Martz Road on the north.

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Homes for Sale in Clover Hill

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  1. 4 beds, 4 baths
    Lot size: 30,056 sqft
    Year built: 1970
    Days on market: 8
  2. 4 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,364 sq ft
    Lot size: 30,927 sqft
    Year built: 1968
    Days on market: 70
  3. 4 beds, 4 baths
    Lot size: 20,472 sqft
    Year built: 1975
    Days on market: 266

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Homes for sale in Clover Hill results updated daily. Clover Hill Community in Frederick is a community of lovely single-family homes built by Ausherman builders between c.1970 and 2000. Ausherman has been a well-known quality builder in the Frederick area for many years.

Homes in Clover Hill are predominantly Colonial style and Ranch style, with a few split foyer homes. There are three different Clover Hill neighborhoods: Clover Hill I, II and III, each built at a different time. Cover Hill II is located north of Opposumtown Pike, Cover Hill I and III are on the south side, with larger lots and well and septic. Clover Hill III homes are larger custom built homes.

The Clover Hill community pool has paid memberships. Residents have use of the pool. There is a competitive swim team, the Clover Hill Hurricanes. The Clover Hill Hurricanes Swim Team is a member of the Frederick Summer Swim League (FSSL), which includes teams from all over Frederick County.

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