Maryland is a unique place. If you ask someone where they live in Maryland, they may not only say the city, but they'll add the county's name as well! County pride is strong and you'll hear many opinions about which counties are best. Here are a few Maryland counties and cities that we have lived in, worked in, and can recommend wholeheartedly. Let's chat more about your needs and we can recommend places that will narrow your search in Maryland. Give us a call 410-715-3219 or book a consultation here.
Designated as an "All-America County" by the National Civic League, Howard County is one of the nation's most outstanding places to live, work and play! Howard County has a balanced blend of pastoral farms, historic towns, suburban communities and urban lifestyle. Diversity surrounds you from Columbia's world-class shopping mall to Historic Ellicott City's Main street, filled with antiques, boutiques and cozy restaurants. With all of this and so much more, it's not wonder that Howard County's Columbia/Ellicott City area were names first in "America's Best Places to Live" by MONEY magazine.
Here, museums meet martini bars, scenic landscapes provide thrill seekers with adventure, and cutting edge cuisine is served up in Civil War-era buildings alongside unique specialty shops, galleries, museums, and theaters. Located less than one hour from Washington, D.C. Baltimore, and Gettysburg, the city of Frederick, Maryland is surrounded by mountain views, wineries, orchards and vibrant Main Street communities. Visitors can hike the Appalachian Trail, visit Maryland's largest brewery, and tour a battlefield all in one day. This is Frederick County, where hip meets historic every day.
Montgomery County is a friendly, cosmopolitan place that's ideal to grow a business, raise a family and live the good life. The population is diverse and a common thread is the rich quality of life we offer - from award-winning restaurants and cultural gems to abundant parkland, excellent transportation and exceptional walkable communities.
A mere glance at the diversity of Prince George's County confirms our role as a cultural and economic leader of tomorrow. Located in the heart of the Baltimore/Washington corridor, the County borders Washington D.C. and is just 37 miles south of the city of Baltimore. Encompassing almost 500 square miles, Prince George's County has an urban atmosphere that still manages to provide a scenic and peaceful place to live, work, and play.
Anne Arundel County is a wonderful place. The County is rich is history and natural beauty. It is well renowed for its access to the Chesapeake Bay and a variety of water related activities. In addition, the County is home to the state capital of Annapolis. With almost 54,000 businesses, Anne Arundel County is a major hub of commerce and development. It is the heart of the nation's cyber security efforts and home to a broad range of industries, Anne Arundel County is a premier location for businesses offering a highly educated and skilled workforce and a superior quality of life. Major assets include BWI-Marshall Airport, the U.S. Naval Academy and Fort Meade. Anne Arundel offers a high quality of life with more than 500 miles of shoreline, scenic communities and a plethora of activities and attractions.
Baltimore County is Maryland's third-most populous county. It hosts a diversified economy, with particular emphasis on government, education, and health care. The county is home to multiple universities and major employers such as MedStar, the Social Security Administration, and Black and Decker. Located in the heart of Maryland, Baltimore County is a vibrant, diverse community that truly offers something for everyone. Home to historic neighborhoods, 21,000 equine-related acres, over 200 miles of beautiful waterfront along the tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay, and four family-owned wineries along the Piedmont Trail, you will never run out of things to do in Baltimore County.
Carroll County, Maryland is a growing suburban community centrally located in the Baltimore–Columbia–Towson Metropolitan Statistical Area. Its close proximity to the Port of Baltimore and to Philadelphia, Richmond, New York and Boston markets renders Carroll a prime location for a variety of industrial corporations along the Eastern Seaboard. Carroll County has many quality of life attributes including top national and state rankings in safety, health, education, parks and recreation, agricultural preservation and household income.