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The median home value in Highland, MD is $725,100. This is higher than the county median home value of $422,500. The national median home value is $277,796. The average price of homes sold in Highland, MD is $725,100. Approximately 89% of Highland homes are owned, compared to 8% rented, while 2% are vacant. Highland real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you like to see a property, contact Highland real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Open House:

Sunday, 1/23 3:00-5:00PM

Beds:
7
Baths:
4 Full/2 Half
Sq.Ft.:
5,056
Status:
Active
MLS#:
MDHW2006438
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Highland
Lot size:
2.3 Acres
Year built:
2000
Courtesy: W Realty Services, LLC
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We are hosting an Open House this Saturday at 1:00PM. This lovely gem is convenient to everything that Highland has to offer, and with the added bonus of a short commute, the geographical plusses of this 7-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom contemporary are magnetic enough. Seconds after stepping inside, don't be surprised if you decide that this is the one. The hardwoods gleam throughout, beneath stylish lighting. In the neutral palette of the decor, your inner stylist will find the inspiration of a blank canvas. The quiet warmth of two gas fireplaces can be found in the living room and master bedroom. The gourmet kitchen is recently updated, and features sophisticated counters in an attractive island configuration. Beneath stylish lighting, the room looks like a catalog photograph. The newly updated primary bedroom is both a luxurious vessel for cruising to dreamland and the starting line for a great run tomorrow. In addition to the convenience of the private bathroom (double sinks, jetted whirlpool), you will find plenty of closet space and nice touches. The other six unique bedrooms are located above the ground floor for enhanced privacy. The partially finished basement is a bonus of attractive flexibility. A gated circular driveway makes for a stylish welcome, and is connected to a detached three-car garage that has been converted to an apartment (ADU), perfect for hosting guests or keeping loved ones near the primary residence. Both the front and back porches are open-air for maximum breeze flow. As an open-air extension of the home, the concrete patio is an ideal platform for outdoor furniture sets and the conviviality that naturally follows. An inviting swimming pool is the social and saphire centerpiece of the fully fenced backyard. There's even a jacuzzi. Of course there is. The home is found on a pleasant street lined with trees. The invigorating stir of town center, including the shopping and dining variety of Facci's Italian Restaurant and also the allurements of Maple Lawn Town Center are just a jiffy away. The location is also convenient to Reservoir High School. From the property, you'll enjoy sweeping views of landscape, cherry trees, horses. This appealing abode is enviably located near Brown Station Road, within Highland's prime Highland area. The other six unique, quiet bedrooms are distributed throughout the house for maximum privacy. A gated circular driveway makes for a stylish welcome and is connected to a detached three-car garage that has been converted to an apartment, perfect for lodging guests or for keeping loved ones near the primary residence. The partially finished basement, always useful as storage, is also a goldmine of conversion potential, whether you have in mind a recreation room, guest room, studio, or a secluded home office. View Interior Photos, along with Virtual Tour....

Beds:
5
Baths:
4 Full/1 Half
Sq.Ft.:
3,800
Status:
Active
MLS#:
MDHW2004350
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
1.12 Acres
Courtesy: RE/MAX 100
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This Breathtaking and Extremely Rare 1 acre + homesite is now available for sale as a To Be Built Custom Trinity Home. Located in a brand new scenic 15 home community! Built and developed by Trinity Homes. Located right down the street from the heart of River Hill! Top Rated Howard County Schools: River Hill High - Lime Kiln Middle - Dayton Oaks Elementary! Sited and listed is a to be built Yorkshire Manor, Trinity Homes' most popular home design. The following features: 3 Car Garage, Main Floor In-Law Suite with full bathroom, finished in place hardwood floors where shown, upgraded grey paint package with white trim is available (beige is shown in the photos), and granite kitchen counter tops are all standard included features. For showings please contact the builder Trinity Homes directly, and if you would like to visit the community please gps search Allnutt Lane in Highland, MD. Drive to the end of Allnutt and at the end of the new cul-de-sac stay right and cross the bridge. Lot 7 (10609 Noble Way) is located at the top of the hill.

Beds:
5
Baths:
3 Full/2 Half
Sq.Ft.:
8,084
Status:
Active
MLS#:
MDHW270238
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
24.89 Acres
Year built:
1789
Courtesy: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
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** One of 10 Nationwide Finalists for HGTV Homes w/a History ** In 1726, a tract of land known as Hickory Ridge, a high point in what is now Howard County, MD, was patented by royal land grant to Col. Henry Ridgeley by King George II. A stone cottage was constructed circa 1749, &, as George Washington was taking office in 1789, Col. Ridgeley"s son, Greenberry Ridgeley, began construction of the manor house, which was expanded in the early 1800's. The property was subsequently owned by notable Maryland families including The Hopkins, The Owens, & The Clarks. During the 75-year Hopkins period, it was known as White Hall, after their family home near Annapolis. Beautifully maintained & carefully restored by the current owner over the last 35 years, Hickory Ridge is listed on The Maryland Historic Trust & lends its name to one of the 10 villages of Columbia. The property is sited on 25 acres in Highland, MD, close-in to shopping & amenities. Approached by two gated, tree-lined lanes & boasting classic period details & exemplary materials & craftsmanship, Hickory Ridge comprises the manor house, the 1749 cottage, carriage house/office, & an English greenhouse. First-class equestrian facilities include a 9 stall barn with hayloft, tack room, & storage, a separate tack room & gym, double-fenced paddocks & run-in sheds, & two exercise rings. Completing the grounds are a 3-car garage & a large equipment shed. The bucolic setting is meticulously landscaped & graced by specimen trees, historic boxwoods, stacked-stone walls, brick pathways, & English-style gardens. At the Manor House, unlock the 200+ year-old door with the original lock & key, welcome your guests into the stunning reception hall, & entertain them on the sweeping side porch. Choose the evening's wine from the incomparable underground barrel-ceiling wine cellar, enjoy a lavish meal in the gracious dining room, & then repair to the formal living room for an aperitif, or retreat below to your own Jockey Club Pub to draw an ale or watch the big game. Outside, stroll among the English gardens. Overnight guests may be comfortably accommodated in the charming 2BD cottage. At leisure, enjoy the large bedrooms, high ceilings, & modern baths. Read a book in the paneled library or appreciate the view from the Sunroom. Cook gourmet meals in the modern kitchen and savor them in the family dining room, once the original 18th century kitchen. Attend to business in the huge 3rd level office, or use it a a spacious additional primary bedroom suite (or reconvert it to 2 bedrooms for a total of 6). In winter, cozy up to one of 8 fireplaces. Venture outside, take-in the sublime setting, & relish the quiet and privacy. Stroll through the lush gardens or meditate in the tranquil hidden Zen garden. Enjoy the cottage butterfly garden by day, or the ubiquitous fireflies at night. Nurture plants in the greenhouse, workout in the gym, or take a dip in the 50x25 heated pool. Comprising 5 separately deeded parcels, including 4 approved building lots, Hickory Ridge offers many possibilities for future owners. The ability to construct additional homes provides the perfect opportunity for a family compound for multiple generations. With an unrivaled location in the heart of Howard County, & within easy reach of Baltimore, Washington, & Annapolis, this historic estate offers luxury & comfort for family living, elegant space for grand entertaining, facilities to pursue your equestrian dreams, & a rare close-in sanctuary for those seeking privacy with easy access to area amenities.

Beds:
5
Baths:
3 Full/2 Half
Sq.Ft.:
8,084
Status:
Active
MLS#:
MDHW270226
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
24.89 Acres
Year built:
1789
Courtesy: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
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** One of 10 Nationwide Finalists for HGTV Homes w/a History ** In 1726, a tract of land known as Hickory Ridge, a high point in what is now Howard County, MD, was patented by royal land grant to Col. Henry Ridgeley by King George II. A stone cottage was constructed circa 1749, &, as George Washington was taking office in 1789, Col. Ridgeley"s son, Greenberry Ridgeley, began construction of the manor house, which was expanded in the early 1800's. The property was subsequently owned by notable Maryland families including The Hopkins, The Owens, & The Clarks. During the 75-year Hopkins period, it was known as White Hall, after their family home near Annapolis. Beautifully maintained & carefully restored by the current owner over the last 35 years, Hickory Ridge is listed on The Maryland Historic Trust & lends its name to one of the 10 villages of Columbia. The property is sited on 25 acres in Highland, MD, close-in to shopping & amenities. Approached by two gated, tree-lined lanes & boasting classic period details & exemplary materials & craftsmanship, Hickory Ridge comprises the manor house, the 1749 cottage, carriage house/office, & an English greenhouse. First-class equestrian facilities include a 9 stall barn with hayloft, tack room, & storage, a separate tack room & gym, double-fenced paddocks & run-in sheds, & two exercise rings. Completing the grounds are a 3-car garage & a large equipment shed. The bucolic setting is meticulously landscaped & graced by specimen trees, historic boxwoods, stacked-stone walls, brick pathways, & English-style gardens. At the Manor House, unlock the 200+ year-old door with the original lock & key, welcome your guests into the stunning reception hall, & entertain them on the sweeping side porch. Choose the evening's wine from the incomparable underground barrel-ceiling wine cellar, enjoy a lavish meal in the gracious dining room, & then repair to the formal living room for an aperitif, or retreat below to your own Jockey Club Pub to draw an ale or watch the big game. Outside, stroll among the English gardens. Overnight guests may be comfortably accommodated in the charming 2BD cottage. At leisure, enjoy the large bedrooms, high ceilings, & modern baths. Read a book in the paneled library or appreciate the view from the Sunroom. Cook gourmet meals in the modern kitchen and savor them in the family dining room, once the original 18th century kitchen. Attend to business in the huge 3rd level office, or use it a a spacious additional primary bedroom suite (or reconvert it to 2 bedrooms for a total of 6). In winter, cozy up to one of 8 fireplaces. Venture outside, take-in the sublime setting, & relish the quiet and privacy. Stroll through the lush gardens or meditate in the tranquil hidden Zen garden. Enjoy the cottage butterfly garden by day, or the ubiquitous fireflies at night. Nurture plants in the greenhouse, workout in the gym, or take a dip in the 50x25 heated pool. Comprising 5 separately deeded parcels, including 4 approved building lots, Hickory Ridge offers many possibilities for future owners. The ability to construct additional homes provides the perfect opportunity for a family compound for multiple generations. With an unrivaled location in the heart of Howard County, & within easy reach of Baltimore, Washington, & Annapolis, this historic estate offers luxury & comfort for family living, elegant space for grand entertaining, facilities to pursue your equestrian dreams, & a rare close-in sanctuary for those seeking privacy with easy access to area amenities.

Beds:
5
Baths:
3 Full/2 Half
Sq.Ft.:
8,084
Status:
Active
MLS#:
MDHW267602
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
64.37 Acres
Year built:
1789
Courtesy: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
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In 1726, a tract of land known as Hickory Ridge, a high point in what is now Howard County, MD, was patented by royal land grant to Col. Henry Ridgeley by King George II. A stone cottage was constructed circa 1749, and, as George Washington was taking office in 1789, Col. Ridgeley's son, Greenberry Ridgeley, began construction of the manor house, which was expanded in the early 1800's. The property was subsequently owned by notable Maryland families including The Hopkins, The Owens, & The Clarks. During the 75-year Hopkins period, it was known as White Hall, after their family home near Annapolis. Beautifully maintained & carefully restored by the current owner over the last 35 years, Hickory Ridge is listed on The Maryland Historic Trust & lends its name to one of the 10 villages of Columbia. The property is sited on 64 acres in Highland, MD, close-in to shopping & amenities. Approached by two gated, tree-lined lanes & boasting classic period details & exemplary materials & craftsmanship, Hickory Ridge comprises the manor house, the 1749 cottage, carriage house/office, & an English greenhouse. First-class equestrian facilities include two barns with a total of 20 stalls, a separate tack room & gym, eleven double-fenced paddocks, five run-in sheds, two exercise rings, & a trail. Completing the grounds are a 3-car garage & a large equipment shed. The bucolic setting is meticulously landscaped & graced by specimen trees, a large meadow & woods, 4 ponds, historic boxwoods, stacked-stone walls, brick pathways, & English-style gardens. At the Manor House, unlock the 200+ year-old door with the original lock & key, welcome your guests into the stunning reception hall, & entertain them on the sweeping side porch. Choose the evening's wine from the incomparable underground barrel-ceiling wine cellar, enjoy a lavish meal in the gracious dining room, & then repair to the formal living room for an aperitif, or retreat below to your own Jockey Club Pub to draw an ale or watch the big game. Outside, stroll among the English gardens or host a barbecue in the secluded picnic grove by the large pond. Overnight guests may be comfortably accommodated in the charming 2BD cottage. At leisure, enjoy the large bedrooms, high ceilings, & modern baths. Read a book in the paneled library or appreciate the view from the sunroom. Cook gourmet meals in the modern kitchen and savor them in the family dining room, once the original 18th century kitchen. Attend to business in the huge 3rd level office, or use it a a spacious additional primary bedroom suite (or reconvert it to 2 bedrooms for a total of 6). In winter, cozy up to one of 8 fireplaces. Venture outside, take-in the sublime setting, & relish the quiet and privacy. Stroll through the lush gardens or meditate in the tranquil hidden Zen garden. Enjoy the cottage butterfly garden by day, or the ubiquitous fireflies at night. Nurture plants in the greenhouse, workout in the gym, jog along the trails, or take a dip in the 50x25 heated pool. Comprising 10 separately deeded parcels, including 7 approved building lots, Hickory Ridge offers many possibilities, incl. construction of additional homes for a family compound for multiple generations. For those desiring a smaller estate, the secondary parcels would lend themselves to divestiture without disturbing the sight lines from the main house. The large barn & surrounding paddocks currently house an independent equestrian business, which could continue, providing the ambiance of an active horse farm & income, leaving the second barn & paddocks for personal use. With an unrivaled location in the heart of Howard County, & within easy reach of Baltimore, Washington, & Annapolis, this historic estate offers luxury & comfort for family living, elegant space for grand entertaining, facilities to pursue your equestrian dreams, & a rare close-in sanctuary for those seeking privacy with easy access to area amenities.

Beds:
5
Baths:
3 Full/2 Half
Sq.Ft.:
8,084
Status:
Active
MLS#:
MDHW267544
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
None Available
Lot size:
64.37 Acres
Year built:
1789
Courtesy: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
View additional info

In 1726, a tract of land known as Hickory Ridge, a high point in what is now Howard County, MD, was patented by royal land grant to Col. Henry Ridgeley by King George II. A stone cottage was constructed circa 1749, and, as George Washington was taking office in 1789, Col. Ridgeley's son, Greenberry Ridgeley, began construction of the manor house, which was expanded in the early 1800's. The property was subsequently owned by notable Maryland families including The Hopkins, The Owens, & The Clarks. During the 75-year Hopkins period, it was known as White Hall, after their family home near Annapolis. Beautifully maintained & carefully restored by the current owner over the last 35 years, Hickory Ridge is listed on The Maryland Historic Trust & lends its name to one of the 10 villages of Columbia. The property is sited on 64 acres in Highland, MD, close-in to shopping & amenities. Approached by two gated, tree-lined lanes & boasting classic period details & exemplary materials & craftsmanship, Hickory Ridge comprises the manor house, the 1749 cottage, carriage house/office, & an English greenhouse. First-class equestrian facilities include two barns with a total of 20 stalls, a separate tack room & gym, eleven double-fenced paddocks, five run-in sheds, two exercise rings, & a trail. Completing the grounds are a 3-car garage & a large equipment shed. The bucolic setting is meticulously landscaped & graced by specimen trees, a large meadow & woods, 4 ponds, historic boxwoods, stacked-stone walls, brick pathways, & English-style gardens. At the Manor House, unlock the 200+ year-old door with the original lock & key, welcome your guests into the stunning reception hall, & entertain them on the sweeping side porch. Choose the evening's wine from the incomparable underground barrel-ceiling wine cellar, enjoy a lavish meal in the gracious dining room, & then repair to the formal living room for an aperitif, or retreat below to your own Jockey Club Pub to draw an ale or watch the big game. Outside, stroll among the English gardens or host a barbecue in the secluded picnic grove by the large pond. Overnight guests may be comfortably accommodated in the charming 2BD cottage. At leisure, enjoy the large bedrooms, high ceilings, & modern baths. Read a book in the paneled library or appreciate the view from the sunroom. Cook gourmet meals in the modern kitchen and savor them in the family dining room, once the original 18th century kitchen. Attend to business in the huge 3rd level office, or use it a a spacious additional primary bedroom suite (or reconvert it to 2 bedrooms for a total of 6). In winter, cozy up to one of 8 fireplaces. Venture outside, take-in the sublime setting, & relish the quiet and privacy. Stroll through the lush gardens or meditate in the tranquil hidden Zen garden. Enjoy the cottage butterfly garden by day, or the ubiquitous fireflies at night. Nurture plants in the greenhouse, workout in the gym, jog along the trails, or take a dip in the 50x25 heated pool. Comprising 10 separately deeded parcels, including 7 approved building lots, Hickory Ridge offers many possibilities, incl. construction of additional homes for a family compound for multiple generations. For those desiring a smaller estate, the secondary parcels would lend themselves to divestiture without disturbing the sight lines from the main house. The large barn & surrounding paddocks currently house an independent equestrian business, which could continue, providing the ambiance of an active horse farm & income, leaving the second barn & paddocks for personal use. With an unrivaled location in the heart of Howard County, & within easy reach of Baltimore, Washington, & Annapolis, this historic estate offers luxury & comfort for family living, elegant space for grand entertaining, facilities to pursue your equestrian dreams, & a rare close-in sanctuary for those seeking privacy with easy access to area amenities.

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