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Prince George's County Real Estate & Properties
Often referred to as "PG County", Prince George's County is located beyond the eastern boundary of Washington, DC. This puts PG County within the Washington Metro area, with many government facilities and highly connected travel networks.
The area is also relatively affluent, known for its historic sites, and parks like Fort Washington Park, Greenbelt Park, and Piscataway Park.
Prince George’s County’s location provides residents with easy access to Virginia, Washington DC, and Baltimore. Take advantage of one of the county’s 15 metro stations, six MARC Train stops, or three AMTRAK stops for easy commuting or exploring.
Prince George's County Information
Prince George County was formed in 1696, covering approximately 499 square miles. This area is divided into 5 regions: North, Central, Rural Tier, Inner Beltway, and South.
Neighboring counties in Maryland are Anne Arundel to the east, Calvert to the southeast, Charles to the south, Howard to the north, and Montgomery to the northwest. And, of course, Washington D.C. is located to the west of central Prince George's County.
The eastern and southern portions of Prince George's County are quite rural, with many forests and small farms. There are also significant forested areas in the northeast at Greenbelt Park and the Patuxent Research Refuge.
Prince George's County Real Estate
Prince George's County offers a wide mix of homes and housing types, from the dense urban centers of the northwest to the expansive estates in the east and south.
Luxury homes in Prince George's County tend to display a Colonial-Federal influenced style, with the occasional French Second Empire-inspired home. Federal-style homes are typically completed in red brick, with prominent quoins, sash windows and shutters, decorative keystones, a few Palladian windows, and porticos with Classical influences.
Other common house styles are Colonial or Victorian farmhouses, with vinyl siding, wide porches, tall peaked roofs, and asymmetrical facades; and the ever-present 1950s bungalows or ranchers. These latter designs are marked by their use of red brick and occasionally vinyl siding, and relatively simple exteriors.
Prince George's County Attractions & Amenities
Prince George's County has many attractions balanced between urban and commercial conveniences, and natural and historic attractions.
Parks and reserves in Prince George's County include Fort Washington Park, Greenbelt Park, Patuxent Wildlife Refuge, and Piscataway Park. Other attractions are the National Harbor convention and hotel complex, many scenic vineyards, Six Flags America, and historic sites like Belair Mansion and Abraham Hall.
Prince George's County is home to some major employers and government facilities, like the Goodard Space Flight Center, Andrews Air Force Base, and the Unites States Census Bureau.
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Prince George’s At A Glance
- Easy access to three major airports: Dulles, Reagan National, and BWI
- One of the largest school districts in the country
- More than 260 historic sites within county borders
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