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It’s not hard to see why Waldorf ranked number 18 out 50 in “the best cities to live in” by USA TODAY. Originally known as Beantown before its name change in 1880, Waldorf is the perfect blend of suburban living while having the luxury of city amenities. Waldorf is approximately 23 miles from Washington, DC, and convenient to I-95 Baltimore/Richmond corridor. Residents have easy access to entertainment venues and cultural amenities in the nation’s capital. Waldorf has a multitude of excellent dining, entertainment, and hotel options. St. Charles Towne Center, Waldorf’s two-story shopping mall, is considered a major retail spot.  Waldorf is home to Capital Clubhouse, a 24-hour indoor sports complex and skating rink, beautiful parks, and the Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House. Are you ready to buy a home in Waldorf?

Shopping, Entertainment, and More....

If you buy a home in Waldorf, you will not run out of things to do! St. Charles Towne Center offers more than 130 specialty stores.  Built in 1988, it covers an area of 981,000 sq ft and is currently the only regional mall in Southern Maryland. It went under extensive renovation in 2007.   At the Capital Clubhouse  you will find  90,000 sq ft of sports entertainment. There you will find an NHL-sized ice rink, a multi-sport court, and a rock climbing wall. Walford is also the home professional baseball team,  the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs.

Parks, Culture, and More...

On April 14, 1865, after mortally wounding President Lincoln, Booth went to Dr. Samuel Mudd’s home in Waldorf for surgery on his fractured leg before crossing into Virginia.  Later that day Mudd learned of the assassination of the President, but did not report Booth’s visit for another 24-hours.  Due to this and changes of story while under interrogation, he was found guilty of aiding and conspiring in a murder and sentenced to life in prison. He was pardoned by President Andrew Johnson and released from prison in 1869.  The house is now open for tours.  Waldorf also has many community parks which are pet-friendly, with picnic areas, playground, and sports fields.