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New Homes in Maple Lawn, Maryland
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NEW HOMES IN MAPLE LAWN
Ideally located in the heart of Howard County’s Fulton area, Maple Lawn offers a classic community lifestyle across more than 600 sprawling acres. The area is renowned for its easy pace of life and walkable neighborhoods, where boutique shops, restaurants, services and even offices are just outside the front door. Homebuyers relocating to DC or relocating to Baltimore will love the convenience of new homes in Maple Lawn, as trips into either city are a breeze thanks to easy access to the ICC, I-95 and Rt. 29. Get to know more about why our Maple Lawn new home communities are the right choice for you.
Our new construction homes in Maple Lawn are within reach of almost everything homebuyers in the National Capital Region could desire. Maple Lawn’s central location places it just 19 miles from Downtown Baltimore and 20 miles from the historic grandeur of Washington, D.C. Residents enjoy direct access to Interstate 95 and Maryland Route 29 via Route 216. NVHomes at Maple Lawn provide drive times to major highways and the Intercounty Connector that range from just 6 to 13 minutes.
Abundant Career Opportunities
The Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area is a hub for globally admired employers in cutting edge fields like cybersecurity, biotech, defense, research and more. Major business centers, government agencies and research facilities like Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory are only minutes away. For frequent travelers, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, Ronald Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport are all less than an hour away.
Close to Cultural Highlights
Few areas of the country offer as much vibrant culture and rich history as the DC-Baltimore region. From our new Maple Lawn homes, you could easily spend your morning exploring the charms of Ellicott City’s Historic District, enjoy an afternoon by the water at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and experience live music under the stars at Merriweather Post Pavilion. With just a short drive into Washington, D.C., you can visit all of the historic sites, monuments and cultural touchstones like the Kennedy Center that have helped shape our country.