Nestled in the southern section of the picturesque Catoctin Mountain Range, the remarkable community of Braddock Heights, Maryland is home to just 2,600 residents and is located in beautiful Frederick County. This charming small town possesses a rich historical legacy, as well as easy access to the many impressive amenities of downtown Frederick. Said to be the home of a mythic creature responsible for wreaking havoc on local farms in the mid-18th century, Braddock Heights is now a popular haven for commuters and families seeking quiet, small-town community.
Recent revival and restoration efforts have also made it possible for the community to enjoy the historic flair of this area in the form of beautiful restored homes. Originally known as a mountain resort, this beautiful neighborhood now offers gorgeous residential areas with attractive single-family homes for sale. The broad price range of $350,000 to $869,900 includes homes of varying sizes, all providing homebuyers with a taste of mountain living.
As one of the first modern planned communities in the United States, Braddock Heights has been developed with care over the years, and is now the site of unique houses, streets, and residents. Home to several authors, artists and professionals, this community attracts individuals and families inspired by the beautiful scenery, and drawn by the community spirit and local events.
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