This was once an agrarian-based community, dating back the mid-1800s. But in the 1950s, the Kettler Brothers began buying up the farms with a singular vision—they wanted to build their own suburban Shangri-La where residents would have everything they ever needed, right at their fingertips. A decade later, ground was broken. One of the interesting results of all the various plots of land is the village’s borders—branching off into all sorts of spiky shapes. For more information about Montgomery Village, MD homes for sale, give us a call today!

Current  MLS Listings in Montgomery Village

$179,900
3 beds - 2+ Baths

9898 BROOKRIDGE CT

Montgomery Village, Maryland

Listing office: Keller Williams Capital Properties

MLS® ID: MC10083226

$279,200
3 beds - 2+ Baths

19734 CRESTED IRIS WAY

Montgomery Village, Maryland

Listing office: RE/MAX Town Center

MLS® ID: MC10083432

$299,900
4 beds - 2+ Baths

20006 HOFFSTEAD LN

Montgomery Village, Maryland

Listing office: Mid-Atlantic Realty

MLS® ID: MC10073733

$329,900
3 beds - 2+ Baths

19019 COLTFIELD CT

Montgomery Village, Maryland

Listing office: RE/MAX Realty Group

MLS® ID: MC10082040

More About the Montgomery Village Real Estate Market

Detached single-family homes for sale in Montgomery Village range from Ramblers and Capes to all sorts of Colonial variations. There are also some intriguing Contemporaries in the Courts of Whetstone community. List prices exist in a fairly narrow range, from the mid-$300s to mid-$500s. There are also a lot of condos for sale—most often in their own individual neighborhoods. You’ll find everything from low-rise buildings to townhouses with sharp contemporary angles. Prices generally run from around $100,000 to the mid-$300s.

One of the more striking things about homes for sale in Montgomery Village has to do with the variety of stylistic influences and the area’s evolution—while the first properties were delivered in the early ‘60s, neighborhoods continued to spring up and there have been some interesting design results. A case in point is the number of Gambrel roofs in some sections—somebody had a fondness for Dutch architecture.  

Community amenities are big here; with plenty of parks and recreation, seven public swimming pools, a delightful farmers market, restaurants, a couple Starbucks and all sorts of concerts and organized events. With growing employment and beautiful cherry blossoms, Montgomery Village offers affordable homes and condos for sale and a great way of life.