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Ashton, MD

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Aspen Hill, MD

Aspen Hill is a large Maryland suburb with pride of ownership and plenty of natural greenspace. In other words, don't move here ...



Barnesville, MD

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North Bethesda, MD

North Bethesda, Maryland lies just north of its sister city, Bethesda. This sounds pretty simple but there is still considerable...



Bethesda, MD

Bethesda, Maryland is the land of  multi-million-dollar homes for sale. Starting with the most expensive listing and scrolling down, ...



Boyds, MD

The town of Boyds, Maryland has some great history as well as a volatile real estate market. Scrolling through the listings you'll...



Brookeville, MD

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Burtonsville, MD

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Cabin John, MD

First things first—Cabin John is one of the coolest names for a town, ever. Plus, this cozy little community on the Potomac River...



Chevy Chase, MD

Is the community of Chevy Chase in Maryland or Washington, DC? There are actually two separate towns of the same name,...



Clarksburg, MD

Home buyers looking for phenomenal value would do well to check out the town of Clarksburg, Maryland, With lots of natural...



Colesville, MD

Colesville, Maryland is in a word, idyllic. It’s a place where green meadows roll and equestrian riding is a big thing. It’s about...



Damascus, MD

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Derwood, MD

Derwood is an unincorporated area and Census-designated place in east-central Montgomery County, Maryland. It lies just...



Dickerson, MD

Dickerson is an Unincorporated community in Montgomery County, Maryland. It is on Maryland Route 28, between Sugarloaf Mountain...



Friendship Heights, MD

What is a sister community? Generally speaking, a city, town or village that shares its name, and often some common history, ...



Gaithersburg, MD

A leading example of New Urbanism in Washington Metro is the city of Gaithersburg, Maryland. What does that even mean? ...



Garrett Park, MD

Garrett Park is a town in Montgomery County, Maryland. It was named for a former president of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Robert ...



Germantown, MD

With over 90,000 residents, the community of Germantown is Maryland’s third-most populated place. It also has a ton of homes ...

Glen Echo, MD

First, this is one of the coolest names for a town, ever. Second, it’s a teeny-tiny place—just a tenth of a square mile with about ...



Kensington, MD

Small-town charm with beautiful antique Victorian homes for sale—that’s what you’ll find in Kensington, Maryland. You can toss in ...



Laytonsville, MD

Laytonsville is a town in Montgomery County, Maryland. The population was 353 at the 2010 census. Laytonsville was ...



Montgomery Village, MD

Maryland has long had a fascination with unique forms of suburbia, and Montgomery Village is yet another great example. Home ...



Olney, MD

Those who work in Washington Metro but wish to live in an idyllic country setting, should check out Olney, Maryland. This is ...



Poolesville, MD

Poolesville is a historic community incorporated by the state of Maryland in 1867 and situated in the northwestern part of Montgomery County, 33 miles ...



Potomac, MD

Potomac, Maryland is not a community where bargain hunters spend much time. No, this is the land of monstrous multimillion ...



Rockville, MD

Covering more than 13 square miles, Rockville is the largest city in Maryland’s Montgomery County in terms of geography. There’s no...



Sandy Spring, MD

The community was founded by Quakers who arrived in the early 18th century searching for land where they could grow tobacco and...



Ashton, MD

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Ashton, MD

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Ashton, MD

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Ashton, MD

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Ashton, MD

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