This popular city dates back to 1765 and was incorporated in 1878. In other words, it wasn’t wholly planned during the modern era. As a result, homes for sale present a nice blend of old and new. Many of the older structures can be found in a historic district known as Olde Town. That said, the community’s major expansion took place post-WWII and it continues to evolve with new Metro-oriented transit development. For more information about Gaithersburg, MD homes for sale, give us a call today!

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$2,995
4 beds - 2+ Baths

108 ENGLEFIELD DR

Gaithersburg, Maryland

Listing office: Menkis Real Estate

MLS® ID: MC9988436

$2,400
3 beds - 2+ Baths

542 RUDBECKIA PL

Gaithersburg, Maryland

Listing office: Noahs' Preferred Properties

MLS® ID: MC9988341

$519,800
5 beds - 3+ Baths

920 PHEASANT RUN DR

Gaithersburg, Maryland

Listing office: Fairfax Realty Advantage

MLS® ID: MC9987768

$947,900
4 beds - 4+ Baths

13601 GLENHURST RD

Gaithersburg, Maryland

Listing office: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

MLS® ID: MC9987343

More About the Gaithersburg Real Estate Market

There’s also a sizable inventory of condos for sale in Gaithersburg, including both apartment-style units and townhouses, many of which espouse the new trend of retro-looking row house design with a touch of modern flair. While condo prices start in the low six figures, the community is best known for detached single-family homes for sale that can climb well into seven figure territory.  

From modest Ramblers to massive mansions, you’ll find just about every imaginable property in Gaithersburg. There’s Colonials, Victorians, gigantic French Country estates, Tudors, Cape Cods and even Craftsman-style homes—both old bungalows and modern versions. But if there is one architectural type that you’ll find more than any other, it is the oversized custom built homes for sale that have become so popular throughout the Washington Metro suburbs.  

Located in affluent Montgomery County, Gaithersburg is Maryland’s fourth-most populated community and continues to grow, with new construction heavily tilted toward the New Urbanism model, including Crown Farm, Watkins Mill and the highly ambitious and very large Science City. If all this sounds intriguing, get prepared to spend some time scrolling—because the number of homes and condos for sale is somewhat staggering.