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TOWN HOMES IN FREDERICK COUNTY, MARYLAND.

Frederick County town homes are a viable market and very popular with first time home buyers and small families, even a family of one. Town houses in Frederick County include the super luxury town homes in the City of Frederick in the "over $1Million price range to the more affordable town homes in Discovery under $300,000 and the popular close-in town homes in Urbana, Wormans Mill and other very popular communities with amenities with pools, community centers and other attractions for families. With such a wide variety of homes offered throughout Frederick County, we're sure we can find a wonderful town home for you.

Town homes in Frederick County are located in the towns of Brunswick, Emmitsburg, Fort Detrick, Frederick, Jefferson, Middleburg, Myersville, New Market, Thurmont and Walkersville.

Popular town home communities in Frederick County include Albert Courts, Audubon, Ballenger Creek, Catoctin Highlands, Avalon, Dearbought, Eaglehead, Fairoaks, Farmbrook, Fredericktowne, Galyn Manor, Greenview, Hannover, Hillcrest Orchards, Kingsbrook, Monocacy Landing, New Market, North Crossing, Old Farm Station, Overlook, Parkview Manor, Ridgeview, Robin Meadows, Club, Spring Ridge, Stonebridge, Taskers Chance, Braemar, Thurmont West, Tuscarora Knolls, Villages of Urbana, Waterside, Willington Trace, Westview Park, Whispering Creek.

town homes in Urbana
Town Homes in Urbana

Homes in Frederick County include Single Family Homes, Town Homes and Condo Homes.

The condo and town home is the traditional "starter home" for first time home buyers. However, with home prices low after about 3 years of falling prices, the single family home is popular even for first time home buyers.

Price may make the difference because more first time home buyers can qualify for the townhome price and condo price.