The median home value in Laurel, MD is $410,000.
the county median home value of $340,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Laurel, MD is $410,000.
Approximately 50% of Laurel homes are owned,
compared to 43% rented, while
7% are vacant.
Laurel real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Huge Sub-Divison potential 2 parcels 10305 & 10311 Stansfield Rd. Feature a total of 5.99 Acres. Zoned R20. Currently has Home on 10305 & horses and 4 stall barn, fenced in on 10311. Estimated 4-6 lots with Possible subdivisions. Buyer to verify all with the county. Backs to Rocky Gorge Reservoir. No HOA. Streams running through. Great country living and only minutes away from everything.10305 Home is livable, You could rent out while a subdivision is being completed to earn income. Come see for yourself. Simply beautiful with endless potential.
Great opportunity to build townhomes on the prime 3.5 acres on the corner of Contee and Van Dusen rd right next to the recent Ryan home development. Conveniently located right of 95 at Konterra Dr exit.
Great Exposure! It is right at the MD-197 exit of Baltimore-Washington Parkway, in front of Red Roof Inn and next to a Shell Gas Station with 1.38 Acres. !! .Zoned Commercial Shopping Center. Perfect for Business, Civic and Mixed-use Development, or Used Car Dealership. Please Call LA for More Info.
Build your dream home on this perfectly located .25 acre land lot on Gorman Road, in Howard County. The lot backs to the woods and trails, with a treetop view of historic Savage Mills. Approved for a large house with 2000 sq ft footprint on each level, with a sloping backyard for walkout basement and side-entry garage. Plat has already been approved and recorded, as well as a subdivision approval letter. Feel free to stop by to view; the lot is marked by a fence on one side and an orange line on the other.