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Gaithersburg Real Estate Guide
Gaithersburg, sister to Germantown, is located in the heart of Montgomery County, some 12 miles from the northwestern border of Washington, D.C. What was once a small settlement has become the second-largest incorporated city in Maryland and one of the fastest-growing communities on the East Coast.
Gaithersburg has been singled out as one of the "Fifty Fabulous Places to Raise Your Family" in a volume published by Career Press. The city was also rated first in the country for running a home-based business, according to Home Office Computing magazine. Gaithersburg has also been characterized as "the most historic and unique community in Maryland."
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Living in Gaithersburg, Maryland
Gaithersburg enjoys many of the amenities of Washington, D.C., which is just a short trip away, but retains the laid-back lifestyle of a small town. This area experienced tremendous growth with the arrival of the railroad in the late 1870s. Another major growth spurt came in the 1960s with the expansion of the Atomic Energy Commission headquarters and the National Institute for Standards and Technology. Today, Gaithersburg is a popular place to live near Washington, D.C.
Tour the Gaithersburg Neighborhood
Eager to learn more about Gaithersburg? Take a peek at these local points of interest and discover why this Montgomery County community is a great place to live in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Rural Heritage and Suburban Comforts
Gaithersburg has been successful in preserving its rural past while sustaining unmatched growth in industry and population. The small settlement began at the crossroads of two ancient Indian trails. With the arrival of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1873, business and agricultural expansion made the Gaither settlement the commercial center for upper Montgomery County. It was incorporated as the town of Gaithersburg in 1878.
Historic and Contemporary Homes
Gaithersburg real estate offers a variety of housing styles, prices, sizes and neighborhoods — everything from condominiums to old Victorian homes. Prices for single-family homes start at about $200,000 and can well exceed $500,000. Townhome prices range from $180,000 to over $300,000. Contact The Estridge Group to learn more about Gaithersburg's housing options.
Featured Attraction: Gaithersburg's Parks
Gaithersburg's Parks, Recreation & Culture department maintains numerous playgrounds, athletic fields, and facilities at its parks. A few noteworthy parks include Bohrer Park at Summit Hall Farm, which has a mini golf course and the oldest-standing building in the city; Kentlands Green, which boasts a large lawn; and Christman Park, which contains a fishing pond.
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