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Living in Finksburg, MD

Finksburg, Maryland, is a small unincorporated community located inCarroll County that's considered part of the Baltimore metropolitan area. Finksburg is located near the border of Carroll and Baltimore counties, and is less than 30 miles from downtown Baltimore, making it an easy commute for Finksburg residents who work in Baltimore or enjoy the amenities of the city. Major highways are available, starting with I-795 which intersects with the Baltimore Beltway, and then it's just a few miles to I-83 which heads directly into the downtown area.

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Finksburg Real Estate

When you look at homes for sale in Finksburg, you'll see a variety of home types and price ranges. There are a number of Finksburg neighborhoods with new construction, where you'll find new home developments and building lots for custom homes. You'll also have a choice of existing single-family homes, condos, and townhomes.

Finksburg, Maryland, is best known for casual dining and convenient shopping. Additional amenities, such as shopping malls and movie theaters, are easy to access in nearbyWestminster and Reisterstown. Neighborhoods maintain their rural ambiance and residents of the area value the peaceful surroundings in proximity to big-city convenience.

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Things to Do in Finksburg and Carroll County

Carroll County is well-known to local antique lovers. They are drawn to the small shops in towns like Finksburg, Maryland, or the Antique Mall just 9 miles away in Westminster. It's easy to take unhurried drives on the county's back roads to enjoy the scenery. Civil War buffs can enjoy the Civil War driving tours that illustrate the conflict in this strategically important county.

History buffs will also enjoy the Country Store Museum and the Historical Society of Carroll County, where you can be transported back to the 1880s. Local culture and history are also on display in a number of areas, including the Sykesville Gate House and the New Windsor Museum.

You can get very fresh produce at a variety of farmers markets in the county. Local residents also enjoy the annual trip to one of the county's Christmas tree farms, some of which will let you cut your own fresh tree.

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Active and Outdoor Fun

Finksburg, Maryland, is a magnet for nature lovers. Golfers have their choice of several public courses and team sports abound at the Four Seasons Sports Complex and Fitness Center in Hampstead, just 11 miles away. It offers soccer, lacrosse, basketball, and field hockey, and the swim club has a 25 meter lap pool, a recreational pool, and swimming lessons.

Equestrian sports are promoted in all of Carroll County, as well. There's theCarroll County Equestrian Center and the Gillis Falls Equestrian Trails just 18 miles southwest of Finksburg. Furthermore, multi-use trails such as the Union Mills Reservoir Area and Piney Run Park, are within 15 miles of Finksburg.


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  • A variety of farmer’s markets make it easy for health conscious residents to find the freshest produce and foods in town.
  • If antiquing is your favorite pastime, small antique shops are available in town or hop in your car and head to the Antique Mall located just 9 miles away in Westminster.
  • Take a step back into time at the Country Store Museum and Historical Society of Carroll County, destinations that showcase local life in the 1880s, perfect for history lovers.

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Finksburg Real Estate at a Glance

  • 51 Homes Sold*
  • 35 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $590,490 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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