Home to approximately 6,300 residents, Hampstead, Maryland is a small town in northeastern Carroll County. This remarkable, family-friendly community is shaped by the Baltimore-Hanover Pike. Hampstead is a historic community that was a wagon stop and the original settlement of “Spring Garden.” The Pike became Hampstead’s Main Street and that once small settlement steadily grew into what is now the Town of Hampstead.
Hampstead, Maryland is a wonderful place to raise a family with abundant civic organizations, great schools and well-maintained local parks. The area is beautiful and boasts easy access to a myriad of recreational and entertainment opportunities. The community also hosts several annual events such as Hampstead Day and the annual holiday lighting celebration. Students in Hampstead are served by Hampstead Elementary, Spring Garden Elementary, Shiloh Middle, North Carroll Middle and North Carroll High schools.
Named after Hampstead in England, the town celebrated its 125th anniversary, having been incorporated in 1888. Comprised of approximately 3.21 square miles, Hampstead is about 9 miles north of Reisterstown, 6 miles east of Westminster and 3 miles south of Manchester. The most remarkable neighborhoods in Hampstead are Town Center, Greenmount and Black Rock Road, all in the 21074, 21157 and 21155 zip codes. Homes for sale in Hampstead, Maryland come in many different shapes, sizes and prices. You can buy a condo in Hampstead for around $124,000 to $165,000, and a townhome for around $196,000 to $250,000. Single family homes can cost as much as $1.3 million, but the average listing price is closer to $391,000. The price of homes for sale in Hampstead vary depending upon the size, age, location and special features of the property.
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