A small, unincorporated community located in Carroll County, Finksburg is an excellent location for those who want to live in the Baltimore metropolitan area. It's a short 30-minute drive from downtown Baltimore, making it super-convenient for those looking to work in the city and easily enjoy its amenities.
There are a variety of available properties in the area, ranging from new construction and pre-existing single-family homes to townhomes and condos. Those looking for a peaceful lifestyle with a rural ambiance will love living in this community.
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With a population of 10,624, Finksburg is a small town with a close-knit community. The demographics here are mostly white (88.7%), Black (4%), Asian (3.5%), and Hispanic (1.8%). The median age is 45.4 years old and residents tend to lean conservative. Carroll County residents voted Republican in the past five Presidential elections.
The median home value in Finksburg is $356,600. The area has enjoyed home appreciation of 9.8% over the past 10 years, making now a great time to purchase a property. Browse the newest real estate listings in Finksburg, MD.
Finksburg is part of the Carroll County Public School District. The top public school here is Sandymount Elementary. The area is also home to the private Gerstell Academy which is an independent college preparatory school for students from kindergarten to 12th grade. This beautiful 250-acre campus is currently home to more than 415 students. Find homes in Finksburg by school district.
The top employment industries in Finksburg include healthcare, retail, professional, scientific technical services, construction, public service, finance, and education. The current unemployment rate is 3.4% and job growth is positive. The cost of living here is 31.4% higher than the national average. However, this is offset by a higher per-capita income ($44,968 vs. the U.S. average of $31,177) and a higher median household income ($104,697 vs. a national average of $57,652).
Carroll County is a haven for antique lovers. They enjoy visiting the area's small local shops and the Antique Mall that's located in Westminster, just nine miles away. History buffs also love visiting the Country Store Museum and Historical Society of Carroll County.
Outdoor enthusiasts will also find that there's plenty to do here. There are several public golf courses in the area, and the Four Seasons Sports Complex and Fitness Center is just 11 miles away. Here, members can play sports like lacrosse, field hockey, soccer, and basketball and also enjoy the recreational pool and 25-meter lap pool.
There are several Farmer's Markets in the area where local residents can get fresh produce and local artisan goods. When the holidays come around, locals also love visiting nearby Christmas tree farms where they can cut down their own trees.
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