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Ellicott is a nice and comfortable neighborhood to live. The city offers diverse attractions, fun, and a conducive business environment. The history of the city is also amazing. It was founded by the Ellicott brothers in the year 1772. These brothers were the ones who established the Ellicott Mills, which later became one of the largest milling and manufacturing community that is located on the east coast.
In the year 1830, the first railroad terminus in Baltimore and Ohio, which leads outside Baltimore, was established. It was built from large blocks of granites that were quarried locally, and it is still standing even until this moment. This railroad is regarded as America’s oldest surviving railroad, and it is highly regarded in the area as a National Historic Landmark. In the year 1864, some federal troops retreated down the National Pike. They were under the command of a prominent officer called General Lew Wallace. The troops retreated from the Battle that was being fought in Monocacy, to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad’s Mills station that is found in Ellicott. During the battle, homes, as well as churches, were temporarily made use of as hospitals for the union that was wounded. This act, simply explains why Ellicott City among others in the East Coast, is regarded as one of the most haunted small towns in the area. A city charter was obtained in the year 1867 for the Ellicott Mill. After some time, the name of the place was changed to Ellicott City. As a seat of the Howard County, the city of Ellicott is considered as a picturesque. It is home to diverse historic destinations, unique shops, as well as distinctive dining options.
Ellicott City is a place that has a lot of surprises. As an unincorporated community, it surpassed areas like Towson, Maryland, as the largest unincorporated county seat in the United States of America for the first time. It is a census-designated place and it is regarded as the county seat of Howard County, Maryland. Ellicott City is also part of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. The area is also listed among other most affluent communities in the United States of America. It has been rated more than 3 times by Money Magazine as well as CNNMoney.com, among the top “20 best places to live in the U.S.” In the Patapsco Valley, the downtown area is often regarded as the “Historic Ellicott City.” It is also regarded as the “Old Ellicott City,” in order to differentiate it from the suburban unincorporated communities in the surrounding area, which extends north to the Baltimore County line.
In terms of weather, Ellicott City is an amazing destination. The area receives 42 inches of rainfall every year and 26 inches of snowfall annually. What an average U.S city receives is 37 inches of rainfall and 25 inches of snowfall annually. On the average, the city received 206 sunny days every year. The city is very comfortable to live. You can participate in any outdoor activities or navigate through the beautiful streets without stress.
If shopping is your thing, then there is plenty to enjoy here. With numerous shopping destinations and varieties, Ellicott offers both residents and visitors a nice shopping option. The shopping centers are located almost at every strategic point within the city, where you can have access without missing your way. The shopping centers also offer amazing deals for residents, who are looking for the best price.
Joan Eve 8018 Main Street (410)-750-1210
Vintage Bliss 8086 Main St (410) 465-5117
Wine Bin 8390 Main St 410 465 7802
ClayGround Studio & Gallery 8320 Main Street (443) 812 1158
If food is the first thing people use to rate a place, then Ellicott will have a five -star rating. The city is loaded with lots of delicious meals, and numerous restaurants, springing up in the area. You can visit the Pure Wine Café to explore the city’s finest drinks or take your tasty friends to the Ellicott Mills Brewing Company to have some bottles of drinks.
Pure Wine Cafe 8210 Main St (410) 480-5037
The Rumor Mill 8069 Tiber Alley (410) 461-0041
Johnny’s Bistro on Main Street 8167 Main St (410) 461-8210
Tersiguel’s 8293 Main St (410) 465-4004
Ellicott Mills Brewing Co. 8308 Main St (410) 313-8141
When it comes to having fun, residents in this area know just how to get the satisfaction they want. The nightlife satisfaction in Ellicott City is interesting. With different nightclubs, pubs, party everywhere, you are definitely going to love it down here. Take your friends to Golden Sports Bar and Grill to have some bottles while you watch your favorite team play.
Judge’s Bench 8385 Main St (410) 465-3497
Ghost Lounge Hookah Bar 3725 Hamilton St (410) 465-6055
Golden Sports Bar and Grill 8801 Baltimore National Pike (410) 465-3100
Tondback Tavern 3733 Old Columbia Pike (410) 313-8530
Glory Days Grill 10035 Baltimore National Pike (410) 480-2300
Bippy’s Pub 10194 Baltimore National Pike (410) 465-3633
Fairway Lounge 2700 Turf Valley Rd (410) 465-1500
You can train your child from elementary school to any level that you want. The schools here are top notch. They have the right crop of teachers and facilities that will give your child the best.
Trinity School 4985 Ilchester Rd (410) 744-1524
St. John’s Parish Day School 9130 Frederick Rd (410) 465-7644
Howard County Public Schools 9129 Northfield Rd (410) 313-2831
Donloggin Middle School 9129 Northfield Rd (410) 461-1419
The area has numerous historical centers that have existed for several decades. Visitors and residents are never bored when they visit these areas. Living in this neighborhood will not only offer you some fond memories, but an opportunity to learn about the history and diversity of the area.
Historic Ellicott City 8334 Main St (410) 461-6908
Hell House 4 Ilchester Rd
Ellicott City Firehouse Museum 3829 Church Rd (410) 313-0420
Everyone wants a comfortable place to live. A place where they can enjoy life to the fullest, with great economic potential. Ellicott City does not only offer diverse options for fun, but it also has a great economic potential that makes it a unique destination where the standard of living is high. There are diverse historical centers, restaurants, and shopping centers to explore.
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