Everything About Olney is Amazing
There are great schools, entertainment and great people here.
-Mitch and Amber Christopher
Olney is a prosperous suburb 25 miles north of downtown Washington, DC. Olney no longer resembles the sleepy rural community of the 1700s; the present Olney is home to more than 250 businesses and more than 30,000 residents.
About the Olney, MD Community
Olney is the last suburban outpost in upper northeast Montgomery County, Maryland, where you'll find one of the highest median incomes in the nation, an outstanding public school system that graduates more than 90 percent of students on time, and plenty of good job opportunities in government, computer technology, and many private enterprises.
Olney is successful in maintaining much of its old-time character while growing into a modern community. Taking a closer look, a traveler can find many bits of history, such as an 1817 house built for the farmer who patented the first refrigerator; an 1838 homestead used as private girls' boarding school; and civil war bullets and badges hidden in the dirt behind a shopping center. People can raise their families in a community while owning a flourishing business or working right in town.
The Perks of Living in Olney, MD
Olney offers all the amenities of small-town living with easy access to numerous cultural attractions in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Annapolis - just an easy drive away. The median home value here is $243,000 and home buyers will find tremendous growth in incomes and property values occurring.
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Olney has it all.
There's a really nice small town feel, and so much to explore.
-Will and Yasmin Torres