Why Do People Live Here?
Turf Valley is a beautiful resort and golf course community located in Ellicott City, MD, just 20 minutes from downtown Baltimore. Situated in Howard County, one of the top rated school districts in the nation, the Turf Valley area offers a friendly ambiance, far enough from the hustle and bustle of the city that you’ll feel right at home.
Looking for a Home near Turf Valley?
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What’s the Neighborhood Like?
There are several great neighborhoods near Turf Valley, including homes built in the 1970s and new construction. Valley Mede is one of the most mature, and closest, neighborhoods, with homes built from the 1970s, ‘80s, and some newer developments in the back. Then there is Waverly Woods, a newer community with its own golf course, and featuring a village center surrounded by condos, townhomes, and detached houses. Glenelg, Glenwood, and West Friendship are just to the west, and feature homes on larger lots (typically 1+ acres) and a more rural setting, yet still close to I-70 and Rt. 32 for easy commuting to Frederick, Baltimore, and Columbia.
What’s Going on Nearby the Turf Valley Neighborhood?
Turf Valley has recently added the Turf Valley Towne Square, a superb shopping center that includes a Harris Teeter, several upscale shops, and fabulous restaurants.
What Schools will the Kids Attend?
It depends on the neighborhood you select, but there are two main high schools, Glenelg High School and Marriotts Ridge High School. Check out the Howard County Information Site for information about school districts and much more!
Now You Really Want to Find a Home Here, Right?
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