Aberdeen / Edgewood Homes by Price Range
Aberdeen, located in Harford County and known as the "Gateway to the Chesapeake Bay", is home to just over 15,000 residents but is preparing for continued growth as new residents are created from visitors who fall in love with the community and its fantastic amenities. When combined with the nearly 25,000 residents of Edgewood, an unincorporated community located just south of Aberdeen along U.S. 40, you have a truly remarkable area in Harford to buy a home.
Aberdeen is the largest municipality in Harford County and the home of the U.S. Army's Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) where over 7,500 civilians and 5,000 military personnel currently work. This number is expected to grow as the 2005 federally mandated Base Relocation and Closure (BRAC) brings more residents to the Aberdeen area for employment and stationing. Aberdeen has also taken advantage of its location between New York and Washington D.C. along Interstate 95 and U.S. Route 40 and only 30 minutes northeast of Baltimore to transform itself into a friendly local business environment that has welcomed many high tech and other industries. Today, Aberdeen is the home of many business operations, including Pier 1 Imports, Rite Aid, Clorox and Frito-Lay to name a few.
But for those who buy a home in Aberdeen and Edgewood life isn't just all work and no play! Aberdeen and Edgewood offer a relaxed atmosphere of beautiful neighborhoods and family-focused communities that combine with an area that has been blessed for outdoor recreation enthusiasts. From Aberdeen and Edgewood's many public parks, nearby golf courses and easy access to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, residents have plenty of ways to get out and enjoy the natural wonders that surround them. Shopping and dining options in Aberdeen and Edgewood include everything from small dining establishments to ethnic cuisine, local boutiques and specialty shops to large retail stores and everything in between. The Aberdeen IronBirds, a minor league baseball team that plays at Ripken Stadium, is just one of the cities notable attractions.
Aberdeen and Edgewood's village-like atmosphere and conveniences abound, offering residents and homebuyers the serenity of a smaller community with a plethora of big-city amenities and employment opportunities. Homes for sale in Aberdeen and Edgewood are located in a variety of neighborhoods - some historic and some brand new - providing homebuyers with an excellent array of choices when they look to relocate here. Home styles in Aberdeen and Edgewood include everything from modern townhomes, single family homes, and large homes on large lots with a wide price range. To learn more about Aberdeen and Edgewood real estate opportunities, contact Deborah Price. Deborah will be happy to help you find the right Aberdeen or Edgewood home for sale for your needs!