Bowie, located in Prince George’s county in central Maryland, is an eastern suburb of Washington, D.C.You’ll see a variety of ranch and bungalow homes in the area. A number of new condominium and apartment buildings have added to the residential landscape of Bowie.
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Average Price $668K
Lowest Price $1.6K
Highest Price $4.9M
Total Listings 74
Avg. Days On Market 110
Avg. Price/SQFT $228

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The first significant settlement at the site was Belair, an estate built about 1745 for Governor Samuel Ogle. A small farming community called Huntington developed there. In the 1870s the site was chosen as a major rail junction, which spurred the town’s growth. It was renamed Bowie in 1880 for Oden Bowie, governor of Maryland (1867–72), and incorporated in 1916. Bowie’s population stayed small until the late 1950s, when a developer bought the land of the Belair estate. Over the next two decades several thousand homes were built on the tract, which was merged into Bowie in the early 1960s.

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