Clarksburg also has a lengthy history, dating way back to John Clark's old trading post, located at the crossroads of two Native-American trails circa 1750. The fledgling village developed slowly over the next century. Today, the Little Bennett Regional Park—the county's largest natural gem—is centered within the eight square-mile community. This popular camping and recreational area is also home to historic sites and old log cabins dating back to the town's early days. For more information about Clarksburg, MD homes for sale, start viewing the featured listings below:
Current Listings in Clarksburg
24006 BURNT HILL RD
Listing office: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
MLS® ID: 1000055879
11511 PIEDMONT RD
Listing office: Nathalie Mullinix Realty Universal, Inc.
MLS® ID: 1004118781
More About the Clarksburg, MD Real Estate Market
But what about homes and condos for sale? You'll find a rather incredible inventory here, ranging from first-time buyer properties to giant estates. Kicking things off are condos for sale in the lower six figures. You'll get a lot of value here, with recently built townhouses listing for as low as $175,000. These easy to care for residences can climb as high as $500,000 for stunning new row house-style multistory dwellings.
As for detached single-family homes for sale in Clarksburg, MD, you can find something for everyone, starting in the low six figures. The blending of Colonials, gracious antiques, Capes and 60's era Ramblers is highly appealing, especially given the affordable nature.
For many, however, it is the plethora of new high-end subdivisions with large custom-built homes for sale that is most appealing. You can get a lot of bang for your buck here, with brand-new luxury houses starting around $500,000 and climbing well past the million-dollar mark for oversized Colonial and French Country mansions.
It's not just homes and condos for sale i Clarksburg that have been bringing in so many new real estate buyers. Local growth stimulus plans have resulted in a wave of businesses along the I-270 Corridor, with restaurants, bakeries, a Harris Teeter and more. With camping and fishing at the regional park and neighborhoods with lots of community pride, Clarksburg is a highly appealing location.