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Living in Abingdon, MD

Abingdon is a popular place to live for those who want to be close to the hustle and bustle of big-city living, without living right in the middle of the actual city itself. Abingdon, Maryland, is in the center of the state, just 25 miles northeast of Baltimore. Easy access to Interstate 95 means that residents of Abingdon neighborhoods are just a road trip away from any city on the eastern seaboard, and BWI Airport is nearby in case a longer trip is planned.

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The Abingdon Lifestyle

Big yards and a small population means there's a true neighborhood feel in this medium-sized city. Area organizations regularly plan events, and many of the restaurants and local businesses are operated by members of the community. Abingdon is home to the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra , which performs an annual concert free to the public at the nearby Bel Air High School, and adjacent cities host shows by artists and performers of every genre.

Those living in Abingdon, Maryland, enjoy the wide variety of outdoor activities available at the Anita C. Leight Estuary Center for people of all ages. From kayaking and canoeing to hiking and pontoon boating, there's something for everyone. When weather makes staying inside a necessity, Abingdon residents choose public skating and hockey-related events at Ice World, which has offered central Maryland two NHL-sized rinks and year-round skating opportunities for the past 20 years.

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Abingdon Real Estate

Abingdon real estate is popular among those looking for a suburban feel but wishing to avoid the highest-priced communities. Houses are affordable, and most homes for sale in Abingdon, MD, are single-family with three or four bedrooms. There's a mix of detached residences and row houses, and nearly all of the real estate was built after 1970. Properties are priced slightly lower than in surrounding cities, and the entire area has home values that are similar to the state average.

Those relocating to the area prefer Abingdon, Maryland, for the affordable living with all the benefits of a suburban community. In particular, Abingdon's proximity to larger cities makes it a popular destination.


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What Locals Love

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  • Ice World, an ice skating arena with two NHL-sized rinks, is a popular attraction for recreational skaters and ice hockey players alike.
  • The Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra performs an annual free concert at the nearby Bel Air High School.
  • Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the many educational and volunteer opportunities at the Anita C. Leight Estuary Center.


Abingdon Real Estate at a Glance

  • 93 Homes Sold*
  • 19 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $422,450 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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