Because Bel Air is the county seat of Harford, there is a lot of shopping, entertainment, recreation, medical and state agencies that its 10,000 residence have easy access to. You can feel the history of Bel Air when you walk through the charming downtown area. The Bel Air Downtown Alliance is a community organization concerned with keeping the appearance, tradition and economic stability of the downtown area. Part of downtown is the Bel Air Arts and Entertainment District. Here you can enjoy concerts, art galleries, theater, festivals, dance performances and holiday events. There are a lot of special events hosted by the city of Bel Air. You can enjoy an annual community BBQ Bash, Christmas Parade, Film Festival, Chocolate and Candy Festival and Cruise for a Cause when you make Bel Air your home.

Bel Air, Maryland is located about 30 miles north of downtown Baltimore. Bel Air is a quaint little town steeped in history. It's near the center of Harford County, and it has a lot to offer. If you're looking for a home in Bel Air, you can find townhomes, single family homes and apartments. You can find charming conventional homes, Cape Cod style homes, traditional ranch homes and even some cottage like homes. No matter which type of house you're looking for, you're sure to be able to find something cozy and quirky.

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