Frederick | MD
Welcome to this like-new beauty in desirable Ballenger Creek! Step inside and you will be impressed by high ceilings, a den on the main floor that makes a perfect home office, and the only house in the development with a bump out in the dining room that makes the space larger as well as aesthetically more appealing. The large yet cozy family room flows beautifully into the eat-in kitchen that boasts stainless steel appliances and ample counter space – amazing for entertaining and the at-home chef. 4 bedrooms are upstairs, including a spacious master suite with an impressive walk-in closet. Incredible closet/storage space and the laundry room round out the upstairs. The basement is mostly finished and can be used for a home gym, guest space, playroom, or office space – whatever best suits your family~s needs/lifestyle! Even more storage space and a full bathroom that you can make your very own (full rough-in) complete the lower level. Several playgrounds are located within the community (one being only a few houses away) as well as a fitness center, clubhouse and pool. Shopping & Dining at Westview Promenade is less than 3 miles away, along with Ballenger Creek Park and Ballenger Creek Trail – gorgeous outdoor spaces perfect for walking, jogging, sports, or just getting out of the house, which is so important right now! Curb appeal, style, a modern yet functional layout, and location make this one that won’t last long!
The City of Frederick is the hub of arts, culture, commerce and government within Frederick County. Located less than an hour from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD, Frederick is the second largest city in Maryland with 65,000 residents. Frederick offers a balanced and thriving economy, a highly educated workforce, and a quality of life that is nothing short of enviable. Founded in 1745 by German settlers, Frederick is a city rich in heritage, opportunity, and innovation. Located between the Civil War battlegrounds of Monocacy, Antietam and Gettysburg, Frederick was ransomed from burning during the war and became a hospital town for the wounded soldiers. By the turn of the century Frederick industry was booming, centered on the canning, tanning and knitting industries and delivering products to market via the railroad to Baltimore.
Today, Frederick’s award-winning 40-block historic district, parks, neighborhoods and diverse industry base offer residents and visitors a unique blending of history and technology. Ranked 18th Small Arts City in the U.S. by American Style Magazine, Frederick is a celebration of the arts. Impressive architecture and public art works abound in the historic district where you’re never more than a few blocks from one of four impressive performance and fine art centers or a host of private galleries. On 22 weekends each year, downtown Frederick and neighboring 54-acre Baker Park play host to special events which include weekly summer concerts, monthly gallery walks, children’s theatrical performances, and other events which celebrate the season