Lake Linganore, Maryland
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|Lake Linganore, Maryland|
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The community consists of "villages" which are essentially neighborhoods. The community of villages is centered on a system of lakes, the centerpiece of which is Lake Linganore, a 210-acre (85 ha) reservoir built on Linganore Creek, and the largest privately owned lake in the state. The community has its own newspaper, Lake Talk, which includes articles on local topics.
Originally planned in 1968 as a "new town" by then developer Linganore Corporation (J. William Brosius and Louie J. Brosius), Eaglehead was the county's first planned unit development (PUD).
The villages which lie in Lake Linganore are:
- Aspen North
- Audubon Condos
- Audubon North
- Audubon Terrace North
- Lake Anita Louise
- The Meadows
- West Winds