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Gaithersburg MD is known for its diverse residential neighborhoods, large employers, and convenient distance from the nation's capital.
Highways 355 and 28, and the Interstate 370 also run through the area, making it a local travel hub.
Gaithersburg is a large residential community. Although there are some large and prestigious employers within Gaithersburg, there are still many others who commute to nearby locations.
The Gaithersburg real estate market offers a diverse mix of housing options, from condo-apartments to townhomes, and single-family homes. The stock in the eastern portion of Gaithersburg, marked by the I-270, is generally older. To the west and south are many newer communities and developments displaying new-urbanism design principles.
These newer communities, like Kentlands and Lakelands, are dense by design, with quaint row houses built along tree-lined and walkable streets. The communities are well planned with nearby schools, parks, and shopping centers.
Some homes in the eastern portion of Gaithersburg can be as much as 100 years old. For those that are designated as historic places, an added sense of prestige is attached, although further development comes with challenges.
Gaithersburg's Olde Towne is centered at the intersection of Diamond Avenue and Summit Avenue. This area has many quaint cafes, restaurants, stores, and the Gaithersburg Community Museum.
Homes for sale in Gaithersburg feature a range of traditional colonial styles, including Federal and farmhouse designs. Common details for these homes include either red brick or white siding, exterior shutters, dormer windows, and arrays of large sash windows. There are also French chateau and Second-Empire inspired homes, with mansard rooves, decorative brickwork, and offset gables.
For affordable and convenient options, there are many townhome and condo communities like Woodland Hills, Montgomery Meadows, Christopher Court Condos, Park Place, and Cider Mill Apartments.
Gaithersburg is a very convenient community to live in, thanks to its well-distributed selection of shopping centers and attractions. The large local employers, commercial centers, schools, and transport routes complete the package for a city that has it all.
Some local attractions include:
Gaithersburg's largest employer is the National Institute of Standards and Technology, which is a large complex located in the middle of Gaithersburg.
Other major employers include IBM, Lockheed Martine, and AstraZeneca.
Gaithersburg is also home to many excellent schools, like Gaithersburg High School next to Bohrer Park. This school has large, state-of-the-art facilities.
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Listing information last updated on November 26th, 2020 at 1:16am EST.