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Abingdon, Maryland, 21009
1 Bedroom$895 - $950
Abingdon, Maryland, 21009
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Perry Hall, Maryland, 21128
1 Bedroom$895 - $1,000
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Baltimore, Maryland, 21237
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This southern town in southern Harford County was named after Abingdon, England and was founded by William Paca, one of the men who signed the Declaration of Independence. Paca was known for more than signing things - he also served as the third Governor of Maryland. Abingdon sits near the Bush River and is less than 30 miles north of Baltimore. Tranquil golf courses, wonderful parks and nature centers, and a rich culture give Abingdon residents a high quality of life. Be sure to check out our Apartment Guide for great tips and tricks on finding the best place for you in Abingdon before starting your search with our apartment finder. With the help of our LocalTalk you can get an insider’s look at Abingdon. Any questions you may have about this Maryland town can be answered using our “Ask a Question” feature. A local expert will answer anything you can come up with. Once you feel like an Abingdon local, you’re ready to start searching. Just visit our apartment finder and you’re on your way to finding your new home.
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The Anita C. Leight Estuary Center is the perfect place to stretch your arms and legs, check out critters in their natural habitat, or simply spend some quality time out in the great outdoors. Located on Otter Point Creek and over 600 acres, the estuary is open to the public all year, Thursday through Sunday. Track turtles, watch birds, or get down and dirty with your boots in the marsh. The focus here is increasing environmental awareness, appreciation, and education. What could be more important? The Visitor’s Center has hands-on exhibits for folks to learn all about the Chesapeake Bay and its ecology along with local plants and animals. They also have a Discovery Room with a 300-gallon turtle pond. The estuary offers some exciting activities and programs like canoeing, kayaking, pontoon boating, crafts, nature hikes, animal encounters, and more. They even have some unique activities like “Sunset paddling,” “Birding by Boat,” and “Critter Dinner Time.” If you’re less activity-oriented and prefer a solo trek, head for the gorgeous 2 miles of trails throughout the surrounding forests.
Looking for more fresh air?
Check out the Bynum Run Conservation Area. With an elevation of 79 feet above sea level, this quiet, tranquil environment is another place to enjoy the great outdoors in Abingdon.
Going Back in Time
Woodside was built in 1823 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The home stands in Abingdon and includes an 1848 log barn, a stone house, hand pump, and 1928 frame corn crib. Another house on the National Register in Abingdon is the Nelson-Reardon-Kennard House. Built in 1785, the house has a front porch that dates back to 1888 and is a rare intact example of a Federal period I house. The Nelson-Reardon-Kennard is also the oldest dwelling in Harford County.
Come listen to the melodious sounds of Abingdon’s fabulous Susquenna Symphony. These guys have been performing to the delight of Harford County resident’s for over 30 years. The 100-person, nonprofit group is made up of all-volunteer amateur and professional musicians and performs four concerts in their subscription series, a chamber music concert, and an outdoor “pops” concert every year. The orchestra prides themselves in playing new and unusual pieces along with less popular works.
Cultural Arts Board
The arts are alive and kicking in Abingdon – and they are being well taken care of by The Harford County Cultural Arts Board. They work to keep local cultural environment strong by providing financial, advocacy, and support to Harford County’s local arts and cultural groups. The board encourages the community to get involved and has a handy dandy calendar of events available on their website. "
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Is the cost of living in Abingdon higher relative to surrounding areas or other cities?
The cost of living in Abingdon is 14 percent higher than the US average, compared to the rest of the country. It is 19 percent more expensive in Churchville to the northeast than Abingdon. Perryman to the east, on the other hand, is 9 percent cheaper than Abingdon, as is Edgewood to the south. Kingsville to the west is 27 percent more expensive than Abingdon, and Bel Air South to the northwest is 2 percent more expensive than Abingdon. The cost of living in Abingdon, therefore, is higher relative to some nearby towns but lower relative to others.
Why should I move to Abingdon?
Abingdon is a town in Harford County, Maryland, with a population of about 30,000. Abingdon is located on the water, which is a plus for that value living in a nautical area. And its location 25 miles northeast of Baltimore makes it a great place for those that need to commute into the larger city for work but prefer to live in a smaller, more family-friendly town. And it is quite family-friendly: its crime rate is low and its public schools are excellent.