351 Ballenger Center Drive, Suite 101, Frederick, MD 21703   •   (240) 215-8590   •   email

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$509,625

163 B AND O, FREDERICK, Maryland 21701

4Bedrooms
3Bathrooms
1,890Sqft
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***REDUCED $30k BELOW RECENT APPRAISAL OF NEIGHBORING ROW HOME***Downtown Frederick Historic District**300ft +/- to Carroll Creek**MARC Train and Public Transportation within 200ft +/-***Recent complete renovation***Row Home truly within walking distance to restaurants/shopping/professional services/Brew Pubs and Public Transportation! If you want to be in Historic Downtown Frederick and not worry
Residential

Residential

163 B AND O, FREDERICK, Maryland 21701
4Bedrooms
3Bathrooms
3Parking(s)
1,890Sqft
***REDUCED $30k BELOW RECENT APPRAISAL OF NEIGHBORING ROW HOME***Downtown Frederick Historic District**300ft +/- to Carroll Creek**MARC Train and Public Transportation within 200ft +/-***Recent complete renovation***Row Home truly within walking distance to restaurants/shopping/professional services/Brew Pubs and Public Transportation! If you want to be in Historic Downtown Frederick and not worry
$509,625

Residential

163 B AND O, FREDERICK, Maryland 21701
4Bedrooms
3Bathrooms
$509,625
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    East End Frederick Revitalization Project

    Three ways to avoid traffic and parking problems in Downtown Frederick

    As anyone who lives in or visits Downtown Frederick frequently knows, trying to find a parking spot, whether in the parking decks or on the street, can be challenging, especially when large events take place. Folks who move into one of the six row homes in the newly renovated Whitehill’s row can avoid this challenge.

    What you need to know about Frederick’s Whitehill’s Row

    In 1858, prominent Frederick businessman James Whitehill had six row houses built along the B&O Railroad tracks in downtown.

    How renovation brought the 1858 Whitehill’s Row into the present

    When developers David Bauer and Michael Gordon bought Whitehill’s Row on the east end of Downtown Frederick, they had a vision for revitalizing the property: Retain historical elements and design while mixing in modern amenities and functionality.

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