Aberdeen MD Homes for Sale
Updated Real Estate in Aberdeen Maryland
Aberdeen is a small city of northern Maryland in Harford County about 26 miles northeast of the larger city of Baltimore. As of the latest United States Census, the population of Aberdeen was 16,254. This makes Aberdeen the largest city in Harford County Maryland. Aberdeen is a quiet pocket in the Baltimore-Towson Metro area. It is loved for its small-town suburban atmosphere, many parks, family-friendly neighborhoods, and easy commuting to larger areas.
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About Aberdeen Maryland
Aberdeen is Harford County's largest city with just over 16,000 residents. Its location along several of Maryland's Major Highways and fast efficient train system gives easy access to all of the surrounding areas of Baltimore, Philidelphia, Washington D.C., and New York City.
This quiet piece of suburbia in northern Maryland is well-loved for its great ease of transportation, beautiful parks, community pride, friendly atmosphere, and comparatively affordable real estate.
Areas of Interest/Things to Do in Aberdeen
Aberdeen Proving Grounds
Aberdeen is home to the Aberdeen Proving Grounds the headquarters of the United States Army Test and Evaluation Command. It employs more than 7,500 civilians and 5,000 military.
This historic train station is located in downtown Aberdeen. It was built in 1885 by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Aberdeen Festival Park
The Aberdeen Festival Park is located at the center of downtown on North Park Street. This is the place of many local Aberdeen events and festivals, hence the name. The park includes a field, a playground, and the APG Memorial. It is also the home of the popular Aberdeen Farmers Market.
Victory Street Park
As the name gives it away the park is located on Victory Street. This park offers a playground, basketball court, disc golf, and a dog park.
The Ripken Stadium
Some of the most notable residents of Aberdeen are the Ripken family. The famous baseball family includes Cal Ripken Senior longtime coach and manager of the Baltimore Orioles professional baseball team, Billy Ripken outfielder for the Baltimore Orioles and brother of Cal Ripken Junior who is one of the most famous baseball players and included in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Ripken Stadium is named for the Ripken family, specifically Cal Ripken Senior. It is located on Maryland Route 22 across the street from the Ripken experience. It is the home of the Aberdeen Iron Birds baseball team.
The Ripken Experience
The Ripken Experience is also named for the Ripken family that lived in the town of Aberdeen Maryland. The Ripken experience is a baseball complex with 10 youth fields that host tournaments, camps, and clinics. The fields are scaled replicas of current and former major-league baseball stadiums.
This is one of the top visited attractions in the town of Aberdeen. The largest attraction in the museum is the collection of tanks displayed across 25 acres. There are more than 200 tanks on display to observe in the museum. Other exhibits include missiles and small arms of the army. The museum is located at the Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Homes in Aberdeen
The city of Aberdeen offers a wide variety of home types and styles. There are small bungalow style homes, historical homes, newer homes in traditional subdivision neighborhoods, homes on large plots of land, townhomes, and estate sale properties. Home prices start as low as the middle 100,000s and climb all the way to just under $1 million. Aberdeen is a more affordable area as compared to the busier metropolitan areas in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Washington DC.
Finding available homes for sale in Aberdeen
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