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501 Prospect Blvd, Frederick, MD 21701
$1,039 - $1,154 | 1 - 2 Beds

(240) 415-6272

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1072 Redfield Ct, Frederick, MD 21703
$954 - $1,082 | 1 - 2 Beds

(301) 798-5855

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1404 Taney Ave, Frederick, MD 21702
$1,199 - $1,659 | 1 - 3 Beds
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1445 W Key Pky, Frederick, MD 21702
$950 - $1,000 | 2 Beds
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349 Prospect Blvd, Frederick, MD 21701
$1,092 - $1,550 | 2 - 3 Beds
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Frederick, MD Apartments for Rent

“The clustered spires of Frederick stand/Green-walled by the hills of Maryland. Round about them orchards sweep/ Apple- and peach-tree fruited deep.”

John Greenleaf Whittier described beautiful Frederick and its famous cluster of historic churches in his 1864 poem, “Barbara Frietchie.” Frietchie, a friend of Francis Scott Key, attended George Washington’s memorial service with him. She was a famous Unionist during the Civil War, and Whittier’s poem is about an incident where, at the age of 95, she supposedly waved a Union flag from her window in Frederick to antagonize Stonewall Jackson’s troops as they passed through. Today, visitors can visit the Barbara Fritchie House Museum in Frederick.

Frederick is the second-largest city in Maryland. It has a rich history, founded by German settlers in 1745. It is located between famous Civil War battlegrounds Gettysburg, Monocacy, and Antietam. Frederick features an impressive 40-block historic district with plenty of architecture dating to the 1700s, historic covered bridges, and historic sites.

You’ll be amazed at the beauty around you when you rent your Frederick apartment. Downtown Frederick was even named one of America’s “Prettiest Painted Places,” a nod to the beautiful murals and public artwork. And with its motto, “City of Clustered Spires,” the city is filled with historic churches, some dating back to the 18th century. Set against the mountains, the spires are still as awe-inspiring as they were when Whittier wrote his poem about them.

When you are looking for truly unique places to take friends and family, be sure to add the National Museum of Civil War Medicine to you itinerary. This 7,000-square-foot museum houses several exhibits focusing on Civil War medical practices, from life in an army camp to a military hospital ward. The museum houses the only Civil War surgeon’s tent known to still be in existence, along with other equipment and tools used for medical purposes. This museum was even featured on the Travel Channel’s show, Mysteries at the Museum.

Things to Do in Frederick:

Frederick is known for its arts and culture and is home to 10 art galleries, three theaters, and the Maryland Shakespeare Festival. Frederick is a beautiful city with award-winning public art and murals including the Community Bridge, known by residents as the “mural bridge.” It is also home to several festivals, terrific shopping destinations, top-rated restaurants, and more.

Once you rent an apartment in Frederick, you can make maple syrup, spend the weekend at a mountaintop retreat, satisfy your appetite on the Taste Frederick Food Tour, and tour Civil War sites and museums. But to really appreciate your new hometown, go to Carroll Creek Park and just stand on the footbridge. Look at the water, dotted with water lilies, admire the art that covers the bridges, admire the rows of planters that line the sidewalks filled with plants and trees, and just look at the proud elegance that oozes through Frederick. Then enjoy a picnic in the amphitheater or in one of the restaurants that line the park.

The oldest house in Frederick is Schifferstadt, a boxy sandstone house built around 1758. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this house now operates as a history museum and is open for weekend tours from April until December. Schifferstadt is one of the country’s best examples of early Colonial German architecture.

The Frederick Historic District is located downtown and features a variety of architecture dating back to the late 18th century. Architecture represented in the district includes Greek Revival, Federal, Italianate, Romanesque, Colonial, Spanish Revival, and Queen Anne. Both Union and Confederate armies passed through this section of downtown on their way to Antietam in 1862. This fantastic downtown area features a variety of antique stores, shops, and restaurants.

Gambrill State Park is a terrific destination for picnicking, hiking, camping, and mountain biking. It is just six miles from Frederick and covers 1,165 acres. The park was established in 1934 and is home to several hiking trails, the shortest two just a mile each. The Black Locust Trail is 3.3 miles, and you’ll want to take a camera – it features beautiful wooded hillsides and fantastic views from every direction. The Yellow Poplar Trail stretches seven miles up a mountain and features stone overlooks built by the Civil Conservation Corps in the 1930s. The 26.5-mile Catoctin Trail passes through Gambrill State Park before continuing northward – about three miles are located within the park.

What to Consider When Moving to Frederick:

Frederick is less than an hour from Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. It is the county seat of Frederick County and the state’s second-largest city. It is located near the famous Civil War battlefields Antietam, Gettysburg, and Monocacy. It is a pet-friendly city with a dog park located downtown, and several dog-friendly businesses.

Frederick is home to Fort Detrick, home to the Army’s Medical Research and Materiel Command and the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases. Fort Detrick is the area’s largest employer and is located on a 1,200-acre campus that was built in 1931.

Frederick is home to two colleges. Frederick Community College was established in 1957 and offers 70 degree and continuing education programs. Hood College is a private liberal arts college that was established in 1893. Mount St. Mary’s University,  a private Catholic liberal arts university that was established in 1808, is located just outside Frederick in the Catoctin Mountains near Emmitsburg.

Why Frederick Apartments Are Hot:

Frederick’s ideal location, along with the fact that this city is simply stunning, makes Frederick the perfect place for your next apartment. It is home to award-winning public art, more than 10 art galleries, three theaters, the Maryland Shakespeare Festival, and outdoor murals that include the Community Bridge.

While searching for apartments in Frederick, you’ll discover charming neighborhoods filled with row houses and townhomes, and several historic buildings dating back to the 1700s. Shopping and dining downtown is a fantastic experience – for you and your pet, since Frederick is very dog-friendly. The city is also bicycle-friendly with several bike trails and is very pedestrian-friendly. There’s no doubt – Frederick apartments are hot!

Why Frederick?

  • Nearby parks include Gambrill State Park, Catocin Mountain Park, and Washington Monument State Park.
  • The Maryland Craft Beer Festival is held annually in Downtown Frederic at Carroll Creek Park.
  • Frederick is very dog-friendly with events such as the annual “Dog Days of Summer” and pet-friendly shops and restaurants.
  • Heritage bicycle tours are a great way to explore the area’s history, with hundreds of miles of paved trails.
  • The Frederick Wine Trail consists of several wineries that cover more than 120 acres of vineyards.
  • Historic Downtown Frederick is a pedestrian-friendly arts and entertainment district with over 200 shops, art galleries, and restaurants.

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