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Harford County is located…
just 25 miles north of Baltimore City along the Interstate 95 corridor and bordering the Chesapeake Bay. Harford County is home to around 240,000 residents. It covers 527 square miles and sits at the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay along the Susquehanna River. The county seat is Bel Air, yet has many desirable towns just as Aberdeen, Abingdon, Fallston, Havre de Grace, Jarrettsville and Joppa.
Harford County is a Day Trippers Dream…
Stroll along the waterfront promenade in Havre de Grace or visit a baseball game at Ripken Stadium, home to the Oriole’s minor league affiliate, the Aberdeen Ironbirds. There is much to explore in Harford County. Abundant shopping and restaurants in Bel Air or visit the LPGA Championship at Bulle Rock, Harford County offers a wealth of opportunities for fun!
Natural Beauty of Nature Abounds in Harford County…
With 86 square miles of Harford County being water, water activities are favorite way to spend the day. Sail boats, jet skis, power boats, fishers and water skiers enjoying the waters of the Gunpowder, Bush or Susquehanna Rivers. Susquehanna State Park is a 2500 acre park for bird watching, horseback riding, hiking or biking. The Ma & Pa Trail in Bel Air one can follow where the original train tracks of the Ma & Pa Railroad were. The high altitude at Rock State Park or more than 11,000 acres along the Gunpowder River make these popular ways to spend the day.
Harford County’s diverse economy offers a large selection of employment…
Sitting on I-95 and US-40 Harford County’s offers a convenient commute to Baltimore City, Wilmington, Delaware even Philadelphia. Yet Harford County is home to over 5,000 businesses. The U.S. Army Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) is the largest employer with over 12,000 current positions. The recent military Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process, APG is projected to gain another 6,000 positions, both military and civilian, to its workforce. Harford County is also home to over 600 working farms.
Harford County’s convenient location make it a perfect place to settle down. Harford County is 25 miles to Baltimore City, 65 miles to Washington D.C., 75 miles to Philadelphia and 40 miles to Wilmington Del. Whether you like to drive the major highways or prefer to take the (MTA) bus or (MARC) train service, there are many options for commuters. No matter what your lifestyle, you are sure to find a property in Harford County to fit your needs. Matthew Pivec would be pleased to show you around Harford County!