Frederick County New Home Community, Landsdale, Featured In The Washington Post

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Frederick County New Home Community, Landsdale, Featured In The Washington Post

Oct. 22, 2019 at 6:00 a.m. EDT

In Frederick County, Md., about 40 miles northwest of the District, the aura is rural. On a recent sunny Monday afternoon, cows grazed in golden fields on farms framed by wooden fences in the shadow of the Catoctin Mountains.

That’s where 30 modern-farmhouse-style single-family residences are rising, part of the roughly 400-acre Landsdale community in Monrovia. Landsdale should have about 800 single-family detached houses and about 300 townhouses when fully developed.

Nancy and Robert Rivas and their children moved there in early October. “We looked for a rancher where we could retire in five years. When we saw the model, we looked at each other and thought we can look forward to the future,” Nancy Rivas said.

Jean and Christopher Mays are watching their house go up now and anticipate moving in next summer. They’ve lived in Gaithersburg, Md., for decades. “We’re really drawn to being in the country,” Jean Mays said.

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