Living in Eldersburg, MD

The Eldersburg neighborhood sits between Baltimore and Frederick, Maryland, and is surrounded by expansive forests and Liberty Lake. This small historic town, founded in the 1800s, is a primarily residential area with a mix of modern convenience and quiet, rural living. Many commercial developments line the highways and cross through Eldersburg real estate, but you're still far enough away from the metropolitan area to retain a close-knit community feel.

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Modern Convenience Is Right in Town

You don't have to travel outside of town for your shopping trips or food adventures. The recent population growth inEldersburg, Maryland, has attracted many big-box store and chain restaurants. If you want to experience Carroll County's local flavor, visit Sykesville, right next door, for a nationally recognized historic main street with many locally owned stores, cafes, and restaurants.

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Housing Options in Eldersburg

The area's population growth has encouraged new housing construction, with single-family homes and townhouses dominating most of the options for living in Eldersburg. If you prefer an older Eldersburg home that brings unique character to the table, there are homes as old as the 1920s available. Many olderhomes for sale in Eldersburg were built in the late '60s and early '70s, when this area started gaining traction as a quiet residential community.

Single family homes in Eldersburg, MD

Exploring the Great Outdoors

Eldersburg boasts a lot of modern conveniences in the rural part of the Baltimore metro area. You get a large amount of parks, forests, and outdoor recreation in this community. You can spend your days hiking throughPiney Run Park, or bird watching to see great blue herons or red-tailed hawks. The McKeldin Area in the Patapsco Valley State Park allows you to take in the Maryland wilderness on horseback. The main scenic view in this park is the Liberty Reservoir Dam.

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Transportation and Travel in Eldersburg

Eldersburg, Maryland, has access to limited public transit through the county'sCarroll Transit System. Residents in Eldersburg take their cars along nearby I-70, which connects to I-695 and US-29. You're 30 miles outside of Baltimore and 50 miles outside of D.C., offering you easy accessibility to these major metro areas.


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  • Nature and fitness enthusiasts are drawn to the numerous parks found throughout Eldersburg.
  • The recent population growth means plenty of big-box stores and restaurants to choose from all within city limits.

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Eldersburg Real Estate at a Glance

  • 37 Homes Sold*
  • 73 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $485,000 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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