Homes for Sale in Manchester
Many people commute daily to Baltimore from Manchester, Maryland, a close-knit community about 38 miles north of Baltimore. Despite its lack of urban sparkle, Manchester shines in its way. The town is home to many commuters who take Maryland Route 30 to work in Baltimore. Some locals work in York, PA, accessible via Route 30. Like many smaller communities in the area, Manchester offers a rich history, activities, events, and stunning natural scenery. The majority of Manchester real estate is single-family homes located on large lots, but there are also other options in town or nearby. The styles of homes vary, and potential homebuyers have plenty of choices. There are a number of homes for sale in Manchester that are just minutes from the town's parks as well as the businesses located on Main St., and many are tucked away from the crowd with plenty of privacy. Anyone looking to live in northern Maryland and enjoy a wonderful respite from the daily grind will love Manchester, Maryland.
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Things To Do
There is no doubt that Manchester, Maryland, loves its firefighters. Manchester honors its local volunteer firefighters from late June through Independence Day with a week-long Carnival Week. Music, fireworks, home-cooked food, and the crowning of the Fire Queen are just some of the attractions.
Manchester, MD, residents enjoy visiting its parks for fresh air and exercise. Several of these parks are in or near Manchester's Millers neighborhood, including Westside Memorial Park, the only skate park for skateboarders and inline skaters. In addition to the evergreen trees reminiscent of that particular time of year, Christmas Tree Park also offers tennis, volleyball, and baseball courts. There are even pavilions where you can have a BBQ. Lastly, Pine Valley Park is a paradise for nature lovers, with its trails, springs, wildlife, and more.
Residents head to the Town Center area for a bite to eat, even though most outdoor activities are in the Millers area. There are several restaurants on Main St., a few side streets serving Asian, Italian, seafood, and classic American fare, and a wine cellar with some of the best reds and whites around.