Home to around 30,500 residents, the unincorporated community and census-designated place known as Eldersburg, Maryland is found in southeastern Carroll County. Named after John Elder and originally called Eldersburgh, Eldersburg is bordered by Baltimore County on the east and by Howard County on the south. Maryland Route 26 and Maryland Route 31 intersect in the center of Eldersburg which makes travel easy for residents. Downtown Baltimore is only 20 miles east of this remarkable community, and Frederick is only 28 miles west via Maryland Route 26. Westminster is only 15 mile north of Eldersburg, via Maryland Route 32, and Columbia is only 20 miles south.
Comprised of approximately 39.7 square miles, Eldersburg made Money Magazine’s list of the “Top 100 Places to Live” in both 2007 and 2009. Students in Eldersburg are served by the Carroll County Public School system and the following schools: Eldersburg Elementary, Carrolltowne Elementary, Linton Springs Elementary, Freedom Elementary, Piney Ridge Elementary, Oklahoma Road Middle, Sykesville Middle, Century High, Liberty High and South Carroll High schools.
In addition to great schools, Eldersburg is also home to wonderful real estate options in numerous prestigious and alluring neighborhoods such as, Town Center, Johnsville, Gist, Oklahoma/Oakland, Freedom/Flohrville, Alfalfa Court/Cable Drive, Mountain View/Glenelg, Henryton/Carroll Highlands, and Gaither/Hoods Mill. Homes for sale in Eldersburg vary in price depending upon the age, size, location, style and special features of the property. You can find a 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom home for around $204,000 and a 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home for around $776,000. The average listing price for a condo is around $147,000 and the average listing price for a townhome is around $249,000. The median home price in Eldersburg is around $393,000, but the average listing price for a single family home is closer to $411,000. Eldersburg shares the 21784 zip code with neighboring Sykesville.
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