Luxury Homes in Frederick County, MD
Our luxury homes available in Frederick, MD, are situated near the scenic sections of Western Maryland, bordering both Pennsylvania and Virginia, and are part of the vibrant and rapidly expanding Washington Metropolitan Area.
Premier New Homes Between Both the Beltway and Baltimore
While many associate the great state of Maryland with its regional metropolises, the state is also rich with history and character. Many of NVHomes' new luxury-home communities are located around Ellicott City, a town lined with boutiques and well-preserved developments from Antebellum America. Some of America's earliest settlements extend down through the Maryland seaboard, and the communities lining the Chesapeake Bay bear testimony to the state's historical legacy. However, NVHomes also offers new luxury homes for sale in parts of Maryland in relatively new developments, like Upper Marlboro and Marriottsville, and other m more suburban areas that offer quality living without the bustle of the Capital or Baltimore.
As one of the premier luxury homebuilders in homebuilders in Frederick County, MD, NVHomes is dedicated to providing the best new luxury homes for discerning buyers.
Areas of Scenic Interest
In our new luxury homes in Frederick County, MD, homebuyers can capitalize on an area filled with distinct scenic beauty, from the Piedmont Plateau to the Appalachian Mountains. Of particular interest is Catoctin Mountain Park, which encompasses the Presidential retreat Camp David and features panoramic views of the Monocacy Valley. Historic points of interest include a monument to National Anthem author Francis Scott Key, several Civil War battlefields, and the National Museum of Civil War Medicine.
Residents of new townhomes in Frederick County, Maryland, are also attracted by a rapidly diversifying business sector. The county is an expanding hub for IT and biosciences firms, with the new Frederick Innovative Technology Center serving as an active business incubator. Frederick County has approximately 70 biosciences enterprises, which benefit from a competitive tax structure and proximity to Fort Detrick, Maryland, home of the lead US Biological Defense Research Program research laboratory.