This Estate Lot is located in Southern Frederick County, Maryland on the western side of Sugarloaf Mountain. Perched above the Lily Ponds water gardens, the Estate Lot offers expansive western views extending 180 degrees from the south to the north. Sugarloaf Mountain is visible through the trees to the east. Little Bennet Creek crosses Park Mills Road just to the north and the Monocacy River can be seen to the west. Every sunset will be a beautiful experience from a custom home on this lot. The price is negotiable, any serious offer will be considered.
The 7.5 acre Estate Lot has an approved Perc for a six to seven bedroom house with a well present. A one acre building lot has been set aside within the 7.5 acre agriculturally zoned lot. Adjoining the Estate Lot to the south is a full service equestrian facility and to the north by a working farm. There is an approximately 12 acre parcel separating the Estate Lot from Park Mills Road.
The southern location within Frederick County along with the proximity to Sugarloaf Mountain, make this the most desirable real estate in the area. Easy commuter access and Urbana School district contribute to this locations value. Lifestyle options such as equestrian facilities, three prestigious golf courses, Sugarloaf Mountain Park outdoor activities and riding trails, Monocacy River and Potomac River outdoor activities, C&O Canal National Historic Park hiking and biking trails, and historic Frederick Cityís activities and restaurants are only minutes away.
A home on this Estate Lot will offer multiple commuter options and you will be within an hour from Washington D.C. The Marc train is five minutes away at the Dickerson Station and ten minutes away at the Point of Rocks station. Commuter car pooling is available at the Urbana Park and Ride. Should you prefer to drive, you will be under five minutes from the Urbana I-270 exit. Want to avoid I-270? Because the lot is centrally located between I-270 and Rt. 28, it's easy to choose Rt.28, or sneak down Barnesville/Clopper Road into Germantown and Gaithersburg.
Below are some aerial views captured from Google Earth and a movie taken from the lot. The movie shows the 180 degree view panning from the south to the north. Itís a large file 33MB and Iím sorry about my unsteady hand. If you listen carefully, you can hear the birds in the background.