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The areas of Maryland around Washington D.C. feature a mix of properties and architectural styles in a robust real estate market. The designs on display here include 19th-century colonial to mid-century modern. Contemporary homes are often built to mimic the old, using a range of new-traditional elements.
Those looking to enter the housing market for the first time, or for an opportunity to downsize their current assets, are likely to find a pleasing selection of minimal traditional and mid-century modern homes. The latter regularly appear in garrison-house configurations, with solid brick foundations and clapboard finished upper levels.
Moving up in the market will reveal cottages in the Cape Cod style. Exterior shutters, dormer windows, and quaint design are the defining features for these homes. Likewise, this section of the market also includes various condos, row houses, and even a few stately buildings in the region's signature Federalist tradition.
All throughout Maryland, the area's colonial past is on display. Tall, sober Federalist structures display elegant symmetry, roomy interiors, and neo-Classical details.
These homes also feature at the upper end of Maryland's real estate landscape. Along with the perennial frame-and-clapboard Colonial structures, luxury condos, and the largest mid-century modern homes, the breadth of what's on offer is sure to have something to suit your individual needs and tastes.
BROWSE MARYLAND COMMUNITIES
Notable Communities Near Washington D.C.
Bethesda - Located just northwest of Washington D.C., this unincorporated area includes many important medical institutions, like the National Institutes of Health main campus, and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Silver Spring - This thriving community north of Washington D.C. is home to a large commercial district clustered around a confluence of main roadways. Silver Spring is also known for its busy arts and culture calendar.
Hyattsville - Northeast of Washington D.C., Hyattsville can be broken down into six neighborhoods: Hyattsville Hills, Downtown Hyattsville, Kirkwood, Queens Chapel Manor, Castle Manor, and University Hills. The community includes popular historic and arts districts.
Clinton - Along Highway 5 southeast of Washington D.C., the community of Clinton boasts affordable suburban living with generous amounts of greenspace and close proximity to Andrews Air Force Base.
Rockville - Following Highway 355 out of Washington D.C., past Bethesda, the community of Rockville is a hive of economic activity, particularly in the tech and upmarket retail sectors. Many affluent neighborhoods surround Rockville, along with various golf courses and parks.
Odenton - A little more than 15 miles northeast of Washington D.C., the fast-growing town of Odenton lies near the coast, midway to Baltimore. Part of the town's popularity and growth has been fueled by its proximity to Fort George G. Meade.
Potomac - This prestigious community lies just over 10 miles northwest of Washington D.C., sharing its western edge with the Potomac River. Tree lined streets and large estates define this well-to-do area.
The area around Washington D.C. in Maryland hosts a thriving economy. As a result, employment options in the area are some of the best in country. The top employers in the region include:
- Clark Construction
- Discovery Communications
- Lockheed Martin
- Marriott International