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Frederick is situated just an hour northwest of Washington, DC, and an hour to the west of Baltimore. A large historic district with buildings dating as far back as the 18th century lends charm to the city. In recent years, Frederick transitioned from a small town with rural roots to a city with a wide range of outstanding attractions. Residents will find an array of restaurants, entertainment, recreational facilities and parks in the area. The downtown district features numerous antique shops, and wine lovers will enjoy touring local wineries along the scenic "wine trail." Our new homes in Frederick have a special appeal for buyers who are looking to settle near Washington but want a more serene, pastoral locale.
New Homes in Frederick Provide An Exceptional Quality of Life
Frederick is an eclectic city whose districts encompass historic sites to contemporary cultural centers and recreational outlets. The Monocacy National Battlefield commemorates a Civil War battle that saved the nation’s capital, and the National Museum of Civil War Medicine details the medical care and technology available during the war. Our new constructions in Frederick are also near the Weinberg Center for the Arts, which offers concerts and performances in a restored 1926 movie palace. Those seeking shopping will find more than 200 antique shops and retail establishments in Frederick's historic downtown. Our new Frederick home developments are within easy drive of local parks including Cunningham Falls State Park and Baker Park and their attached athletic fields, tennis courts, playgrounds and picnic areas. For a special day, attend a Frederick Keys baseball game at Harry Grove Stadium or enjoy a ride through the picturesque Maryland countryside on the Frederick Wine Trail. Kids and grownups alike will enjoy a train ride on the Walkersville Southern Railroad, a vintage train offering special events and private charters.