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Living in Waldorf, MD

Sometimes referred to as "Beantown," Waldorf, Maryland, is a peaceful suburb located a little more than 20 miles southeast of Washington, D.C. The community is intersected by Interstate 301, a major highway that also crosses through Clinton and Camp Springs on its way to Downtown D.C. and its inner-ring suburbs. Several smaller neighborhoods are contained within the larger community of Waldorf, including Acton Village, Constitution Hills, Ashford, and the Hunt Club Estates.

Historic home in Waldorf, MD

Things to Do

Although Waldorf, MD, is a quiet community, residents have no trouble keeping busy. Many spend their Saturday afternoons at the city's main shopping mall, which packs a trendy punch with some of the hottest stores and designer boutiques. There are also plenty of other great dining, shopping, and entertainment options right in Waldorf, from attending a Southern Maryland Blue Crabs baseball game at Regency Furniture Stadium to learning about history at the Dr. Samuel Mudd House Museum.

When the weather's nice, those living in the Waldorf neighborhood invariably find themselves outside, taking in the area's gorgeous natural scenery. During the summer months, Pinefield Community Park is a top destination for picnics and birthday parties, while residents also enjoy playing soccer at the fields and goofing off at the park's playground.

Home of Dr. Samuel Mudd sign in Waldorf, MD

Real Estate in Waldorf

Waldorf real estate primarily consists of single-family homes and duplex-style townhouses that line the quiet and calm streets. Most of Waldorf's single-family homes feature ample interior space and vast backyards, with ample space between homes. As Waldorf has been increasingly developed, many brand new properties are coming on the market each month. Many of the newer homes for sale in Waldorf, Maryland have stylish brick facades, although stone facades have recently experienced a surge in popularity. Rambling ranch-style homes are abundant along the edges of the suburb, especially near the Piney Branch neighborhood.


Getting There & Around


What Locals Love

Don't Miss It

  • Shop and dine at the St. Charles Towne Center, which offers more than 130 big box and specialty stores, as well as many dining options.
  • Take in the gorgeous natural scenery, attend a party, picnic, or soccer game, or just enjoy the outdoors at the Pinefield Community Park.
  • Head to the Regency Furniture Stadium for a Southern Maryland Blue Crabs baseball game.


Waldorf Real Estate at a Glance

  • 223 Homes Sold*
  • 42 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $438,000 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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