Kellerton: A Brand New Community in Frederick, MD!

Keystone Custom Homes is proud to announce a new community coming to western Maryland. Kellerton is the perfect place to call home! Residents enjoy access to many amenities, including a tot lot for children, walking trails, and open space! Tree-lined streets and unique home elevations add to the beautiful aesthetic. There will also be a community clubhouse with a pool added in the future!

Convenient Location

Kellerton is located at the intersection of Yellow Springs Road and Christopher’s Crossing in Frederick, MD. Convenient access to I-70 and Routes 15 and 40, allow for an easy commute to Washington D.C. and Baltimore.

You’ll love the local shops, delicious restaurants, and wonderful entertainment in downtown Frederick.¬†Head to nearby Gambrill State Park, known for its miles of trails and beautiful overlooks.

Our new Kellerton community is located in Frederick County School District, students will attend Yellow Springs Elementary, Monocacy Middle School, and Gov. Thomas Johnson High School.

Brand New Homesites

Build your dream home on one of 39 new homesites, up to half an acre in size. Many homesites back up to trees or green space. Cul-de-Sac lots are also available!

Floorplans That Suit Your Style

Choose from 9 different home plans and a selection of exterior elevations to build a home suited to your lifestyle and budget! Starting in the $390,000’s, our floor plan sizes range from 1,982 to 1,599+ square feet. Keystone homes can be personalized to accomodate a variety of lifestyles and are inspired by an open concept design.

Enjoy one-story living in the popular Arcadia floorplan. First floor Owner’s Suites are available in the Augusta and Nottingham models, while 2-story family rooms are featured in the Nottingham and Manchester.

Come home to Kellerton! For more information, send us an email or view community details online!

Comments

  1. Will there be townhomes in this section I heard there was 127 homes going in this area. If 39 single family homes will there be 88 townhomes?

    — Michele Specht /