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Property details

Why Live Here?
Living at Harpers Forest Gives you access to the Columbia Association: The Columbia Association offers recreational, cultural and community services including a welcome center, an art center, a teen center, before and after school care, summer camps, free summer lakefront concerts, an archive, a volunteer center, an exchange program with our sister cities in France and Spain, three fitness clubs, a roller rink, an ice rink, a skateboard facility, two golf clubs, three tennis clubs, 23 outdoor swimming pools (including two Mini WaterParks), an indoor swim center with a waterslide and a SportsPark with miniature golf and batting cages. There is a vibrant town center featuring Lake Kittamaqundi, a promenade, restaurants, a mall with a variety of shops, department stores and a megaplex movie cinema. Also in the area are quality recreational and childcare services, schools that rank among the highest in the state, and acres of parks, lakes, ponds and wooded pathways.
  • Transportation
  • Columbia Assn Facilities Available
  • Comfort & Satisfaction
  • Convenient to Columbia Mall and Shopping
  • Discount with Columbia Association Clubs
  • Fios Ready
  • Free Trash Removal
  • Free Water
  • Great Schools
  • Plenty of Free Parking
  • Professionally Managed to Assure
Building Information
  • Built: 1969
  • Units: 290


About Columbia, MD

Columbia, Maryland didn't become a town by accident. The whole community that resides inside of Howard County, Maryland was planned out by developers in 1967. Home to 10 self-contained villages, the idea behind the community was to enhance the residents' way of life and to not focus solely on economic value. The plan was to bring people together as one, and not separate them based on color, religion, or class. Today, that dream lives on, with the naming of Columbia as number 4 out of 100 of the best places to live in the United States in 2008, number 8 in 2010, and then again as number 2 in 2012.