My family moved to Frederick in 1961, when I was 3 years old. There was only one restaurant in Frederick then! Can you believe it? I've been lucky to witness the growth and development of Frederick changing it from a charming small town to a thriving destination. I lived in NYC for 16 years, but I missed my hometown, so I moved back and started rehabbing houses. I loved turning ugly ducklings into swans (while making a nice profit). In 2006, I decided to become a full-time Realtor. I wanted to help others in the community realize their own real estate dreams. I know the "ins and outs" of the local market and I'd love to help you if you're thinking about making a move!
My hometown has been voted as one of the "Top Ten Small Towns in
the United States". It's easy to see why. Frederick's thriving downtown, full of award-winning restaurants, eclectic shops and trompe l'oeil murals, brings visitors and prospective homebuyers from all over the U.S. If you're thinking of moving to this awesome town get in touch
and I'll find the perfect home for you.
Founded in 1748, Frederick County represents a true crossroads of American history. From French and Indian War and Revolutionary War activities through important Civil War battles, Frederick County's history is a rich tapestry of American heritage. The "clustered spires of Frederick" were noted in the Whittier poem "Barbara Fritchie" and have long been a landmark in Frederick. Combining a rich history with smart, modern development makes Frederick the place to live your best life!