If you’re an active adult looking for an exciting retirement lifestyle without breaking the bank, look no further than Crestwood Village. With a prime location in Frederick, Maryland, just an hour outside of Washington, D.C., Crestwood Village combines all the elements of a picturesque retirement with the nearby bustle of a big city.
If you have family in D.C. or Baltimore, Crestwood Village is the perfect fit. It’s just a short drive for the grandkids to visit, and while they’re here, they can enjoy the many amenities including an outdoor pool, a miniature golf course, and multiple tennis courts. Residents here love the indoor amenities as well, such as a fully stocked library, an exercise room for staying fit, and a billiards room.
With 550 homes both single-family and attached, homebuyers have plenty of options from which to choose. And with prices capping out in the mid $200s, homeowners don’t have to break the bank to enjoy all that Crestwood Village has to offer. The size of the neighborhood also lends it to a small community feel while still having enough residents to warrant a large clubhouse with plenty of planned activities.
Activities at Crestwood Village run the gamut from games like bingo and bridge to more eccentric outings like ghost tours and the music group Folk Time Strummers. Residents stay fit with yoga and Zumba, and exercise their minds with a bookmobile and their own publication of the Village Voice. There’s truly something for everyone at this highly active community in Frederick, Maryland.
While the amenities and lifestyle at Crestwood Village are a huge part of the draw, the homes themselves have a lot to offer as well. Built between 1979 and 1999, Crestwood Village offers several models with highly coveted features like spacious master suites and screened-in porches for enjoying the warmer months.
With the big-city life of both Baltimore and Washington, D.C. so close by, arts and culture are easy to come by for residents of Crestwood Village. With just a short commute residents can enjoy a show at the Kennedy Center, or walk around the many attractions at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Residents don't have to travel to the big city for everyday conveniences. Luckily, Frederick itself is a local hub complete with grocery stores, retail shopping, and a number of restaurants. Homeowners in Crestwood Village really get the best of both worlds, with quiet small-town living nestled within nearby excitement.
With so much to see and do both in and outside of Crestwood Village, it’s no wonder this 55+ community in Central Maryland is such a hit among active adults.