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Homes in Frederick County, Washington County, Carroll County & Howard County, MD

Are you getting ready to sell your home or buy a new home? You need someone with experience that you can trust for this major decision. Diane Heppner has over 24 years of experience buying and selling homes throughout Maryland. She works primarily in Frederick, Jefferson, Middletown, Walkersville, Woodsboro, and other parts of Frederick County, Maryland. She also specializes in buying and selling properties in Washington County, Carroll County and Howard County. Through her years of experience, Diane has learned so much about each of these cities and what they have to offer.

Frederick, Maryland

Frederick, MD is less than an hour away from Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and nearby Gettysburg and Harpers Ferry. Living here, you can explore the scenery of the countryside or shop, dine, and enjoy the entertainment of downtown Main Street.

Jefferson, Maryland

Jefferson is a small community located in Frederick County, MD. It is a very rural area with acres of scenic farmland, as well as residential areas where local businesses can thrive.

Middletown, Maryland

Middletown is a main street community located in west-central Maryland. The beautiful Middletown Valley stretches from the Catoctin Mountains in the east to South Mountain in the west, down to the Potomac River in the south. Middletown, MD is full of rich American history, dating back to the Colonial settlements of the 1600′s.

Walkersville, Maryland

Walkersville is a small town in Frederick County, MD, offering four community parks for children to play, as well as a variety of local shops to explore. From the month of May through October, the Walkersville Southern Railroad offers regularly scheduled scenic train rides.

Woodsboro, Maryland

Woodsboro is a small town in central Frederick County, MD at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Woodsboro offers small town living at its best, with the ideals of living in a small community where your neighbors truly are your friends. You can also check out Woodsboro Park, a 102-acre place of recreation and relaxation.