10547 Twin Rivers Rd #F-1 Columbia, MD 21044

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Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 3
Square feet: 976
Price: $165,000

For more information about this property, please contact Laurie Scheiber at 4107153232 or ls.mcginnhomes@gmail.com. You can also text 4775189 to 67299.

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MLS ID: HW10124107

Howard County property owners--Tax prepayment info

Here's the latest info on prepaying your 2018 taxes:

County Finance Department will accept prepayment of county property taxes for 2018

    December 21, 2017
    Media Contacts: 
    Deidre McCabe, Director of Strategic Planning and Communications, 410-313-4023
    Stanley Milesky, Director of Department of Finance, 410-313-2195
    ELLICOTT CITY, MD – The Howard County Department of Finance accepts prepayment of county property taxes. Tax payers must specify such payments are intended as prepayment of their future tax obligations.
    Residents are requesting prepayment of county taxes based on recent changes affecting the federal property tax deduction passed earlier this week by the United States Congress, said Finance Director Stanley Milesky. The county will accept prepayments by December 31, but Milesky cautions it is unclear whether there will be tax benefits in making prepayments.
    “In the coming months, the Internal Revenue Service will develop regulations regarding the tax changes,” said Milesky. “We don’t know if the IRS will allow residents who make the prepayments to have the tax benefits they are seeking,” Milesky said.
    County Executive Allan H. Kittleman agreed it is unknown what benefit, if any, would come from prepayment of property taxes for 2018. 
    “We don’t know what the outcome will be, and we’re not encouraging anyone to do this,” said Kittleman. “We simply want to inform those who want to prepay that our finance department will hold prepaid taxes in escrow.”
    Pending changes to the federal tax plan have prompted residents to consider prepayment of local property taxes. The new tax plan passed by Congress could take effect as early as January 1, 2018 and could cap deductions for state and local property taxes at $10,000. 
    Howard County’s property tax bills will go out July 1, 2018 and are due September 30, although residents have the option of making payments in two installments. Milesky said about 80 percent of county residents have their property taxes paid through their mortgage companies.   
    Some residents believe prepaying property taxes before the new law takes effect could ultimately save them money, but the actual impact will not be clear for months, said Milesky.
    He urged residents considering prepayment to consult their tax professionals, adding the county’s Finance Department cannot offer advice on the issue. Interested residents should check the Department of Finance website at www.howardcountymd.gov/Departments/Finance or call customer service at 410-313-2062.



    Mr. Popper's Penguins

    Dec 22-Dec 31, DC: Head to the Kennedy Center to meet some feathery friends out of their element in this fresh and funny musical adaptation of Richard and Florence Atwater’s popular book.

    Messiah Sing-along

    Dec 23, DC: Be part of Washington's most popular free holiday event, the Kennedy Center's Messiah Sing-Along. Back by popular demand, the evening concert on December 23 at 6 p.m. in the Concert Hall features conductor Nancia D'Alimonte as she leads members of the Opera House Orchestra, guest soloists, a chorus of 200, and a very enthusiastic audience in Handel's masterpiece. A family and community tradition since 1971!

    Waterskiing Santa

    Dec 24, Alexandria: The Longest Running Waterskiing Christmas Show, with Santa, crazy Elves and a meet and greet!

    All Star Christmas Day Jazz Jam

    Dec 25, DC: Join in the 19th annual Millennium Stage tradition, with host/vibraphonist Chuck Redd, drummer Lenny Robinson, trumpeters Robert Redd and Tom Williams, bassist James King, and vocalist Delores King Williams for a jazzy good time!

    Yuletide at Winterthur

    Now-Jan 7, Delaware: Tour Henry Francis du Pont’s former home decorated with sparkling holiday displays, including the famous majestic dried-flower tree; royally inspired trees including the earliest types of colorful lights decorating house exteriors; the du Pont family holiday celebrations; and the evolution of Christmas trees over the decades from the 1880s to 1960s. While you’re here, enjoy fun and festivities at jazz events, lectures, and musical and theatrical performances. Experience a breathtaking blend of beauty, history, and tradition.

    Cirque de la Symphonie Holiday Spectacular

    Dec 22-23, Baltimore: The jaw-dropping magic of Cirque comes to the concert hall as the BSO musicians who dazzle you on stage are joined by acrobats, contortionists, jugglers, balancers, strongmen and high-flying aerialists from above. Sure to wow, this holiday spectacular is a “treat for the eyes and ears”. Head to the lobby for festive food and drinks, and a visit with Santa!

    Madagascar, A Musical Adventure

    Dec 22-23, Columbia:  Based on the blockbuster DreamWorks film of the same name, this high-energy stage adaptation contains all of your favorite characters as well as your favorite dance hit “Move It, Move It!” Family theatre fun is here just in time for the holidays.

    Phil Vassar and Kellie Pickler

    Dec 22, Frederick: Touring together for the first time, country music icons take the stage in support of their upcoming single. From chart-topping hits to beloved holiday favorites, the award-winning entertainers are sure to delight in a country Christmas concert unlike any other.

    Frosty the Snowman

    Now-Dec 31, Glen Echo: Do you want to build a snow man? How about watching him spring to life in front of you for one day of adventures before he melts away? In this merry wintertime romp, chock-full of chuckles and comic antics, Frosty dances into the hearts of kids and adults alike- even the heart of one near-sighted cop- through his uproarious antics. 

    The Illusionists

    Dec 27-Jan 7, DC: Direct from Broadway, the Kennedy Center presents the world’s best-selling magic show after sell-out shows in 2015! This mind-blowing spectacular showcases the jaw-dropping talents of the most incredible Illusionists on earth.

    Lo How A Rose E'er Blooming

    Dec 22-23, DC: Folger Consort celebrates the season with evocative Advent and holiday music from Germany—from the medieval majesty of the 15th-century to the the 17th-century German Baroque. The music of Praetorius, Schütz, Schein, and Scheidt is performed, along with festive dances and canzonas.

    Christmas Village in Baltimore

    Now-Dec 24, Baltimore: The 5th Annual Christmas Village will feature 50 vendors selling authentic European food, ornaments and arts & crafts from all over the world, along with entertainment, fun for the kids, and Santa!

    Washington Harbor Ice Rink

    Ongoing, DC: At 11,800 square feet, the Washington Harbor Ice Rink is DC's largest outdoor ice skating venue. Skate alongside the Potomac River and enjoy a hot beverage from one of the rink-side restaurants. Rentals and Learn to Skate programs are also offered.

    Military Bowl

    Dec 28, Annapolis: Virginia vs. Navy, Be There!

    Weekends on Wednesday


    A Christmas Carol

    Dec 15-17, Frederick: There are so many productions of A Christmas Carol to choose from this year! The Weinberg presents their version as the traditional tale you know and love.

    Home for the Holidays

    Dec 16-17, Baltimore: Head to the Meyerhoff for the BSO's holiday treat, playing classic favorites and hosting the tap-dancing Santas!

    How the Grunch Stole Hanukkah

    Dec 16, Bethesda: It’s that time if year again! Hanukkah is on its way. Whether you have never before seen a latke, or you whittle your own dreidel each year, Unexpected Stage’s winter fundraiser has something for everyone. Check out Unexpected Stage Company's love parody, complete with music and holiday treats.

    Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells Batman Smells

    Now-Dec 24, Frederick: The Maryland Ensemble Theatre delights young audiences with Junie B, a first grader with an attitude. Don’t miss this family-friendly story, with a message about the importance of giving.

    Handel's Messiah

    Dec 16-17, Bethesda: The Strathmore and the National Philharmonic present this perennial favorite. No holiday celebration is complete without a performance of Handel’s uplifting oratorio Messiah, a work that has delighted and inspired audiences worldwide since its premiere in 1741.

    GRUMP Holiday Market

    Dec 15-17, DC: GRUMP, the alternative art and crafts holiday show. What will you find at GRUMP? Visit this European-style outdoor market at the National Zoo's main entrance, where you will find local artisans wselling everything from handmade soaps, sweets, jewelry, prints and letterpress cards to glass art, hand-bound books, clothing, upcycled animal pillows and DIY craft kits.


    Now-Dec 17, DC: Each December, Winterfest at Wunder Garten is transformed into a magical space— think twinkly lights and tasty food at the Pop-Up Cafe, s'mores and snuggy blankets around a fire pit and sipping hot chocolate as you pick the best tree and shop the Mid-Atlantic region’s most talented makers. Look for fun DIY workshops, photos with Santa, live music and more...

    Crazy For You

    Now-Jan 14, Arlington: Beloved songs meet sensational dance in the ultimate feel-good Tony Award®-winning musical comedy for the holiday season, playing at the excellent Signature Theatre.

    Les Miserables

    Dec 20-Jan 7, DC: Head to the Washington National Theatre to see a newly-updated but ever-popular hit Broadway show. With its glorious new staging and dazzlingly reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo, this breathtaking new production has left both audiences and critics awestruck, cheering “Les Miz is born again!”

    Nationals Winterfest

    Dec 16-17, DC: Nats fan? The Washington Convention Center is place to go this weekend! Activities include clinics with Nats players and coaches, snow fort making, batting practice, join in Kids Press Conferences, ride The Slider, a giant slide, plus much more!

    Holiday Light Show

    Now-Dec 31, Westminster: View this drive-in light display synchronized to music on the beautiful campus of McDaniels College.

    Holiday Tours at Montpelier

    Now-Dec 30, Laurel: See Historic Montpelier decorated in festive, traditional greens. There is even more to see in the artists' boutique and in the gift shop.

    Handel's Messiah

    Dec 15-17, Annapolis: The centerpiece of historic downtown Annapolis, St. Anne’s Church is the perfect place to experience Handel’s powerful and timely masterpiece live.  This set of concerts the week before Christmas is another beloved Annapolis tradition. When J. Ernest Green conducts the Annapolis Chorale Chamber Chorus and Annapolis Chamber Orchestra, the Messiah takes on extra energy, passion and meaning.

    The Revolutionists

    Now-Jan 7, Baltimore: Head to the Everyman Theatre to experience the French Revolution, where heads will roll, and big laughs will ensue. France's fight for equality and freedom propels itself to modern times with this bold, brave and blisterinly funny new work about feminism, legacy and standing up for one's beliefs.

    Weekends on Wednesday (or Thursday!)


    Georgetown Glow

    Now-Jan 7, DC: Enjoy this 4th annual stunning outdoor light exhibition throughout Georgetown and re-imagine the season of light. A whole new way to experience the light of this season.

    Hillwood Holidays
    Now-Jan 7, DC: Christmas trees evoking the glamour and elegance of the special exhibition Spectacular Gems and Jewelry from the Merriweather Post Collection are the centerpiece of an enchanting holiday season at Hillwood. The shimmering gems and sumptuous stones permeate the holiday decor that adorns the entire estate.

    Russian Winter Festival
    Dec 9-10, DC: Celebrate Sviatki, the festive winter season in traditional Russian style. Meet Gradfather Frost, create and wear your own kokshnik, join in a mummers parade, enjoy lively music and festive dances all in the beautiful Hillwood Estate.

    Dec 16, DC: Try something new this holiday season and head to Dance Place’s annual Kwanzaa Celebration, and learn how to celebrate the seven principles of Kwanzaa.

    Joy of Christmas
    Dec 16/17, DC: The Washington National Cathedral presents an area favorite, where you will feel the warm spirit of the season in a majectic setting. A well-loved Washington DC holiday tradition, this concert includes Christmas favorites and a festive carol sing-along. The program will feature a newly commissioned carol by popular British composer Paul Mealor.

    The Piano Guys

    Dec 13-16, DC: The National Theatre presents YouTube superstars ThePianoGuys, who bring their one-of-a-kind arrangements and comedic charm to the National Theatre for a limited holiday residency this December. Find out for yourself why The Piano Guys are a viral sensation around the world!

    Twist Your Dickens

    Now-Dec 31, DC: The Kennedy Center presents Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol like never before—with this holiday favorite from The Second City! The legendary comedy troupe brings its infamous improvisational skills and sketch comedy mastery to the timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge.

    A Candlelight Christmas

    Dec 10-22, selected dates, DC: The Kennedy Center is brimming with Christmas options this year. The Washington Chorus is a perennial crowd-pleaser, featuring brass, organ, sing-alongs, and the magnificent Candlelight Processional. It includes your favorite songs such as The Dream Isaiah SawHallelujah Chorus and more Christmas favorites to fall in love with.

    Handel's Messiah

    Dec 14-17, DC: Join the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center to hear gifted singers and a heavenly chorus for this holiday tradition! Experience all of the hope, redemption, and grace of Handel's cherished Messiah in the festively decorated Concert Hall.

    Step Afrika's Magical Musical Holiday Step Show

    Dec 15-30, DC: This is the most vibrant holiday celebration in town! This fun, family-friendly performance will have you stomping your feet and clapping your hands to energetic beats. Over the last six years, this internationally-renowned percussive dance company has created a contemporary holiday tradition, featuring friendly, furry characters, pre-show instrument-making workshops, photo ops, and even a dance party.

    A Holiday Pops! Featuring Megan Hilty

    Dec 8-9, DC: Dash through the snow to our merrily adorned Concert Hall and warm your spirit with fresh takes on comforting classics and sing-along carols in this annual NSO tradition, joined this year by Tony®-nominated stage and screen star Megan Hilty.

    Metro Cooking DC

    Dec 9-10, DC: The ultimate food lover’s weekend returns to the Washington Convention Center for it's 12th year! Whether you’re an aspiring home cook or expert entertainer, the two-day culinary extravaganza provides a one-of-a-kind experience for all food and entertaining enthusiasts, including cooking demos, book signings with top celebrity chefs, samples, tips and techniques, plus loads of foodie shopping choices!

    National Menorah Lighting

    Dec 12, National Mall: Perhaps the most prominent public Chanukah program in the world is the annual lighting ceremony of the National Chanukah Menorah on the Ellipse, just across from the White House in Washington, DC. There will be donuts, latkes, music and more for all attendees!

    Christmas Illuminations at Mt. Vernon

    Dec 15-16, Mt. Vernon: Enjoy an evening of family-friendly fun and fireworks choreographed to holiday music, with fireworks beginning around 9PM. Take a stroll through the estate while being serenaded by local choirs, visit with re-enactors from the First Virginia Regiment, and learn 18th-century dance moves from costumed guides in the Greenhouse. George and Martha Washington will also be on site to greet Mount Vernon’s holiday guests. Working artisans will be about, spreading cheer, hot chocolate and more. 

    Tomb of Christ, a National Geographic Experience

    Now-Aug 15, DC: Be virtually transported to Jerusalem and discover the fascinating history of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in an immersive 3-D experience unlike anything you’ve seen in a museum before. You will be able to virtually visit the church and learn about its storied history and enduring mysteries. Built in the fourth century, the tomb of Christ, or the Holy Edicule, has just undergone a historic restoration—a project that captured the attention of the world and will be featured this fall in National Geographic magazine and on the National Geographic channel.

    An American In Paris

    Dec 12-Jan 7, DC: Inspired by the Academy Award–winning film and featuring the music of George and Ira Gershwin, this musical has captivated both audiences and critics, winning four 2015 Tony Awards. Its stunning combination of classic music, timeless story, breathtaking dance, and state-of-the-art design results in a spectacular production the New York Times declares "outshines anything else currently on Broadway."

    Little Prince, A Holiday Family Opera

    Dec 14-17, DC: All the joy and wonder of the classic illustrated storybook comes back to the Washington National Opera at the Kennedy Center. On his tiny home planet, a young boy begins a quest across the cosmos to find new companionship. Featuring a tuneful score by Oscar winner Rachel Portman, the opera also showcases the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artists and WNO Children's Chorus.

    Hot 99.5's Jingle Ball

    Dec 11, DC: The Capital One Area presents a hot lineup of stars to ring in the holiday season, and benefit a great cause at the same time.

    Harlem Globetrotters

    Dec 9, Baltimore: The Original Harlem Globetrotters are preparing for their action-packed 2018 World Tour against the Washington Generals! A star-studded roster will have fans on the edge of their seats to experience the ball handling wizardry, basketball artistry and one-of-a-kind family entertainment that thrills fans of all ages. 

    Ladew Christmas Open House

    Dec 8-10, Monkton, MD: The circa 1747 Manor House is festively decorated by volunteers and garden clubs in celebration of the holiday season. Holiday arrangements, greens and gifts are available for sale. The Ladew Café will be open for lunch.

    The Washington Ballet's Nutcracker

    Now-Dec 24, DC: A perennial favorite, presented by the fabulous Washington Ballet in the beautiful Warner Theatre. This celebrated production is set in historic Georgetown with George Washington and King George III among other historical figures. Join again with family and friends or start a new holiday tradition!