Homes for Sale in Urbana Highlands
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- $449,888 : 9622 BOTHWELL LN, FREDERICK3 beds, 5 bathsListing provided by Matthew Staup, Nitro Realty
- $468,500 : 3936 LOCH NESS CT, FREDERICK5 beds, 3 bathsListing provided by Nawal Tahri-Joutey, RE/MAX Realty Group
- $479,900 : 3938 LOCH NESS CT, FREDERICK4 beds, 4 bathsListing provided by Sean Brink, Precise Real Estate and Development
- $422,000 : 9645 BOTHWELL LN, FREDERICK4 beds, 4 bathsListing provided by Sang Lee, Fairfax Realty
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Homes for sale in Urbana Highlands, Urbana Md, 21704
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Urbana Highlands was established in 1999, a master planned community with views of Sugarloaf mountain and Frederick farmlands. Located 4 miles south of the City of Frederick and 5 miles north of the Montgomery County line, it serves as a great commuter community.
Urbana Highlands has been designed with green spaces, nature paths and biking trails, as well as parks, pools, playgrounds, tennis courts and ball fields. It is conveniently close to shopping centers and business spaces, restaurants stores and amenities.
The award winning community has single-family homes, townhouses and condominiums, with many choices in styles. The HOA for Urbana Highlands has a website and provides information about the community.
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In 2006, the Urbana Regional Library and Senior Center opened on Amelung Street. The facility includes three floors and over 25,000 square feet. Urbana has some of the best ratings for elementary, middle, and high schools in Maryland. The population is very diverse and was named “The 2009 Best Selling Community in Maryland”. The community has three swimming pools, a new district park, plenty of tennis and basketball courts and is close to the 270 technology corridor.