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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, and Monocacy Landing, a townhouse community. There are tennis courts, a swimming pool, tot lots, volleyball and athletic field for residents to enjoy, as well as a community building. There are nature paths, and 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, a liquor store, a gas station, and several specialty shops. The recently opened Monocacy Boulevard extension offers easy access to the east side of Frederick.
Schools in the area include Walkersville High School, Walkersville Middle and Elementary Schools, Monocacy Middle and Elementary Schools, and Monocacy Valley Montessori School.
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 landmarks in the county. It contained ten rooms, besides garrets and cellars.
This list of homes for sale in Dearbought neighborhood is updated daily.
Contact Chris Highland, Dearbought Neighborhood Realtor