The median home value in Clarksburg, MD is $650,000.
the county median home value of $515,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Clarksburg, MD is $650,000.
Approximately 74% of Clarksburg homes are owned,
compared to 21% rented, while
5% are vacant.
Clarksburg real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Located near the Frederick County line on Route 355 in Clarksburg, the former Hyattstown United Methodist Church complex comprises three land parcels, which include a small church with hall, a former parsonage, modular classrooms, and a cemetery.Â The sanctuary is well-kept and comfortable, offering pew seating for under 100.Â The piano and organ convey with the sale.Â The church/hall building also includes two restrooms and a "wet bar" kitchen.Â Currently, the hall is configured with tables for banquet seating, office space, and a casual seating area.Â The oil-fired boiler is located in the hall, and there are A/C components on the exterior upper level of the building.Â There are three access doors -- two for the hall, and one for the sanctuary. The modular (trailer), formerly used for classrooms and meeting, is spacious and set up for A/C, but does not have restroom facilities.Â The modular provides an ideal opportunity for additional worship, ministry, and meeting space -- or even rental income.Â Wheelchair accessible. The contents convey with the sale.Â The former parsonage, which has not been recently used, requires extensive renovation.Â It is believed that the domestic water lines have been capped off.Â The parsonage had previously been used for education and youth ministry.Â ÂIt has an unfinished basement and attic, along with two large multipurpose rooms, a storage closet, and a covered porch.ÂÂ The property is located within the historic district of Hyattstown (M10-59), but has no easements; thus, the property has no historic restrictions, as of 2022.Â The complex is served by well and septic.Â According to county information, the property is S-1, and could be connected to the sewer main.Â Please contact the county or a civil engineer for information on connecting to public sewer. The cemetery conveys with the sale.Â The buyer's responsibility regarding the cemetery is to permit public access during reasonable times, to keep the grass mowed, and to permit (at no cost to buyer) any remaining scheduled burials.ÂÂA map is available with a signed LOI. There is expected to be an endowment for care of the cemetery; the amount is anticipated to be $100,000, disbursed annually over approximately 10 years. To schedule a tour, please have your real estate professional book through ShowingTime.Â There is no option to lease.Â The seller has limited knowledge about the property and welcomes buyers to undertake a full inspection.Â The property sold as is. Owner financing may be available for a full-price offer. Terms: 30% down, 7.5% interest, amortized over 20 years, 5-year balloon.Â The seller makes no representation regarding condition, zoning, or use.Â Buyers should address any issues during the study period.
1 acre with 136 Feet of frontage along Rt. 355 â¢ Prime development lot â¢ Zoned CRT - Commercial Residential Town â¢ 0.5 maximum FAR.