What can be said about Worthington, one of the classic Ellicott City neighborhoods?

Quite a bit!

Winding roads wrap around rolling hills and valleys, lined by established homes with mature trees. Among its towering oaks and winding roads, neighbors walk their dogs, children ride their bikes, and deer bound through the woods.

Worthington Park, with its two large, fenced dog parks offers one of the best views of the area from its solar panel-topped summit.

Historic Ellicott City and its Main Street, replete with boutiques, antique stores, restaurants and museums is a few moments’ drive or a short bike ride away. Columbia, with its vibrant and growing business and cultural center is minutes from your doorstep.

Close to major travel routes and in between Baltimore and Washington DC, 4834 Rollingtop Road is approximately 7 minutes from the interchange of Maryland Route 100 and I-95, 9 minutes from the Dorsey MARC station, and 18 minutes from BWI-Marshall Airport.

This classic cape cod style home has a secret- almost 2300 square feet of finished space. A new wing in 2007 created a living room with cathedral ceiling and exposed beams, cozy with its gas stove and hardwood flooring, adjacent to the renovated kitchen with granite counters. The large deck off of this has a retractable awning and overlooks a flat yard with mature trees. In 2012, the owners added a master suite to the home, with second floor laundry and luxurious bath and walk in closets.