3608 Red Sage Way N

This home located on Red Sage Way North has five bedrooms, a breakfast area and a lower-level rec room.

The “like new” five-bedroom, 4 1/2-bath home at 3608 Red Sage Way North, in Urbana, is last week’s top house. It listed at $925,000 and closed at $935,000. Built in 2022, the home’s features include a chef’s kitchen, a light-filled grand foyer and formal dining area, Craftsman-style window casings, a breakfast area, an in-home office with adjacent powder room, an owner’s suite with a sitting area and walk-in closets, a large lower-level rec room with walkout access, an oversized two-car garage and access to neighborhood amenities including tennis courts, a pool and walking paths.

The following is a list of all other homes sold in Frederick County in the past week through agents and brokers, as reported through the Bright MLS database. It does not include homes sold without an agent. The list is provided by Dan Plombon of Mackintosh Inc., Realtors. All prices are closing prices.

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More money than sense. Near 1 mil for a house crammed between other houses like a sandwich

Greg F

Try your luck going closer in to DC...like Fairfax. Same house would be $1.5M. A crappy rancher there is $500K and a split foyer is $750K. Go to Loudon and get zapped with high prices AND taxes too. Frederick is getting there.


Im aware. Those are our service areas


Yeah I don’t get this one - at least not from the image. House hidden behind garage equal no curb appeal. So close to the other houses it might as well be a townhouse. Really bad landscaping job. Inexpensive looking siding. And that front entrance! Don’t get it - maybe the inside is extraordinary or gilded in gold or something.

Greg F

If it's a Ryan house, it's WAAAAYYYY overpriced. Been in enough of them to never want one....even the model had squeaking stairs and floors and badly done drywall.

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