Located along Marriottsville Road near the Carroll County line, in both Carroll County and Howard County, just 10 miles northwest of Columbia, you’ll find the unincorporated community known as Marriottsville, Maryland. Marriottsville is in the 21104 zip code and was originally part of the land patented by Charles Carroll, a large portion of which had been the Waverley slave plantation today known as the Howard District of Anne Arundel County. Marriottsville is named after the heir of John Marriott of Severn, General Richard Marriott.
This area was originally settled in the late 1600s and is rich with history. You can see that history preserved in the architecture of various structures throughout the community. For example, Ivy Hill is a historic home and slave plantation in Marriottsville, originally the property of General William Hammond Marriott who became Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates in 1822.
This charming community not only has an interesting history, but has remarkable real estate as well. Marriottsville experienced a great deal of growth and development between 1965 and 1980 and there are a variety of homes for sale in Marriottsville that were built during that time. Homes for sale in the area vary in size, age, location, style and special features. Generally a condo in Marriottsville, Maryland will have a listing price around $279,000 to $280,000 and a single family home can cost as much as $1.1 million, but the average listing price is around $573,000.
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