Near the Carroll County line, along Marriottsville Road, in both Howard and Carroll counties, you will find the charming unincorporated community of Marriottsville, Maryland. Marriottsville is conveniently located just ten miles northwest of Columbia, in the prestigious 21104 zip code. The land that composes Marriottsville was originally part of the land patented by Charles Carroll, a large part of which had been the Waverley slave plantation. The portion that served as the Waverley slave plantation is today known as the Howard District of Anne Arundel County.
Named after General Richard Marriott, heir of John Marriott of Severn, Marriottsville was originally settled in the late 1600’s. The community’s long, rich history is well-preserved in its many historic buildings and homes. A great example is Ivy Hill. Ivy Hill is a gorgeous historic home, once a slave plantation originally owned by General William Hammond Marriott. General Marriott became the Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates in 1822 and his home is just one example of the historic beauty found in Marriottsville today.
This wonderful community not only has an interesting history and gorgeous historic architecture, but it also boasts wonderful real estate options. Between 1965 and 1980 Marriottsville experienced tremendous growth and development resulting in a diverse real estate market with homes of many different sizes and styles. Homes for sale in Marriottsville vary in price depending upon the property’s location, size, age, style and unique features but single family homes generally have an average listing price around $573,000 and usually top out around $1.1 million. At the other end of the spectrum, condos in Marriottsville have an average listing price around $279,000.
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