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Living in Howard County is a great choice, both for your present, your future, and your children's futures. Check out what other people have to say about the area: the U.S. Census Bureau declares it among the "Best Educated" counties in the nation. Howard County also makes it into the top ten counties for "Best Quality of Life" according to American City Business Journals, and has the seventh "Best School System" in the country according to Forbes magazine. In addition, in the past decade the county added 35,000 new jobs, making it one of the state's top performers in job creation.
When residents are not busy earning their way to the top of annual "Best of" lists, they can be found at Timbers at Troy golf course. This beautiful par-72 course is a gathering spot for friends, family, and business colleagues or clients. This is not a course for anyone who is less than serious about the game of golf--it's actually rated as one of the most challenging in the area. If you aren't playing championship golf yet, don't fret-- just work on your game at the impeccably outfitted practice range.
If golf isn't your thing, chances are hiking, biking, or team sports are. Find your next hiking partner or create the best doubles team around at Rockburn Skills Park. This versatile park contains over 7 miles of hiking and biking trails for fitness fanatics, plus baseball diamonds, and tennis and basketball courts for the sports fans.
Elkridge is also something of a food capital. The local institution Elkridge Furnace Inn dates back to the eighteenth century--it's even listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You can almost taste the historical influence--these dishes seem like something that would be served in a (unusually inventive) tavern long ago. With old-fashioned French and American cuisine, all brought up to date, it's hard to have a bad meal here--but don't forget your checkbook, as this comes out on the pricey side, though well worth every penny. For something a little more casual, there's also a Houlihan's and a tasty burger joint known as Fatburger.
If I piqued your interest with the discussion of Elkridge's long and illustrious history, you must visit the Thomas Viaduct Bridge for a look at one of the most beautiful antique bridges in America. The bridge has spanned the Patapsco Valley since 1835; its arches will remind architecture aficionados of the viaducts of ancient Rome. Nearby, walk in the footsteps of the Confederate Army in Cooksville. Here the Union prevented Confederate General JEB Stuart from reaching Gettysburg in General Lee's greatest hour of need, potentially changing the outcome of the Civil War.
Elkridge has always been an exciting but comfortable place to make a home. With history and charm to spare, plus the dynamic edge of local growth and innovation, it's clear that making the switch to Elkridge is a smart move. Let New Home Source place you in a new home that can keep up with your lifestyle.
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