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Explore Our New Homes and all that the Washington County area has to Offer

Washington County, MD offers a more affordable cost of living than counties to the east and an uncompromised quality of life. Known for its rich history, excellent schools, the region’s best shopping, and a fast growing cultural scene the area is becoming the choice for buyers looking for new homes at affordable prices without compromising their lifestyle.

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The Maryland Theatre offers year-round performances and events, including Maryland Symphony Orchestra concerts. Hagerstown is home to the Western Maryland Blues Fest, and the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, located in scenic City Park. Washington County has a long list of educational and recreational activities and is home to great golf, diverse shopping, restaurants, museums, and much more. Interstate 70 is minutes away and The Premium Outlets, the area’s number one shopping destination, is just 5.5 miles from your front door at Elmwood Farms. Interstate 81 is a mile away from Elmwood providing quick access to West Virginia and Pennsylvania.

C&O Canal

Elmwood Farm is also close to the C&O Canal which offers a variety of outdoor activities, including biking, hiking, canal boat rides and camping. Click here to go to the C&O Canal Williamsport Visitor Center website for more info.

C&O Canal Directions – 2.4 miles

  1. Turn right onto MD-68 W/Lappans Rd. Continue to follow MD-68 W
  2. Turn left onto W Potomac St. Destination will be on the left

Williamsport Visitors Center

205 W Potomac St

Williamsport, MD 21795

Williamsport and the surrounding area has a fascinating history. Situated at the confluence of the Conocheaghe Creek and the Potomac River, Williamsport was first settled in 1740. Williamsport is the only place on the canal where examples of major canal structures can be viewed within a half-mile stretch. A half mile re-watered section of canal leads through the turning basin, under the only Railroad Lift Bridge as well as the only Bollman Iron Truss Bridge over the canal to Lockhouse 44 and the adjacent lock. The Conocheague aqueduct is located across from the turning basin.

Williamsport also offers a public boat ramp for recreational activities on the Potomac River. Click here to go to the Maryland DNR website for more info.