Millersville, MD is a small community located in the 21108 ZIP code of Anne Arundel County, and has long been known as a crossroads for travelers in the area. That's because Millersville is located conveniently between Baltimore (to the north) and Annapolis (to the south). Anne Arundel County has seen quite a bit of development in recent years, and Millersville is located right in the center of it all. If you're searching for a calm, quiet town with easy access to the big cities, it's time to add Millersville, MD to your shopping list.
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Millersville is classified as an unincorporated community for Census purposes which means that data for the town is included within the rest of the 21108 zip code of Severna Park. The estimated population of the Millersville area checks in at 17,890, with just 11% of residents living in rented dwellings. The state average for renters is 34%, so this is definitely the type of community where people choose to settle down for the long haul. The average home value here is $394,700, which beats the Maryland average by more than $100,000.
Homes for sale in Millersville reflect the area's strong economic performance, and continued development. You'll find quite a bit of new construction, with luxurious five bed/four bathroom homes common in this community. At lower price points, you'll find a collection of affordable, appealing homes on the north side of town.
Millersville is part of the Anne Arundel County Public Schools District, which consistently ranks among the best in the area. The best-rated schools in the district include Millersville Elementary, Old Mill Middle, and Shipley's Choice Elementary. You'll also be located in an excellent area for higher education, with Johns Hopkins University, the University of Maryland, and Loyola University just a few of the big names nearby.
With Baltimore, Annapolis, and even Washington DC within a manageable daily commute, it's no surprise that Millersville residents find work in a very wide range of industries. The most popular industries for Millersville residents include law, consulting, finance, information technology, and healthcare. In addition to the big cities nearby, there are quite a few new and planned office parks popping up around Millersville.
Millersville has quite a long history, and the Childs Residence is a great place to learn more about that history while having some fun in the process. The beautifully preserved complex features a collection of buildings that made up the heart of old-time Millersville, including a post office, general store, and 1840s era home. For outdoor fun, try visiting the Severn Run Environmental Area just north of town, which features quite a bit of natural beauty to uncover. It's not the busiest park, and that just makes it more peaceful to explore.
Living in Millersville also means you'll have easy access to the biggest cities in Maryland. The Inner Harbor and historic neighborhoods of Baltimore are just a short drive north, while the history of Annapolis is waiting for you to the south. Simply getting out and exploring the region is one of the most enjoyable ways to spend a day when you live in Millersville.
Are you ready to find your next home at the peaceful crossroads between Maryland's big cities? Contact BHHS Homesale Realty to list your property or to find Millersville, MD homes for sale.
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