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Carved out of a vast forest and crisscrossed by creeks and small streams that feed the Potomac and Patuxent Rivers, Montgomery County originally was home to the Algonquian people.  George Calvert was granted the charter for the Maryland colony by King Charles I of England.  In 1688, the first tract of land was granted to an individual colonist named Henry Darnall who was more of a speculator than interested in settling there. 

By 1715, the first English settlers began arriving and building farms and plantations in Montgomery County.  Soon after, Scottish immigrants moved from other parts of Maryland, and German settlers moved down from Pennsylvania. In 1791 part of Montgomery County and part of Prince George’s County was ceded to form the New District of Columbia.

Situated just north of Washington, DC and Baltimore, Montgomery County is one of the more affluent counties in the nation.  While nearly one million residents live in unincorporated areas of the county, the largest municipality and the County Seat is Rockville, MD.


The southern portion of Montgomery County, near Washington, DC, lies in the humid subtropical climate zone.  The summers are hot and humid, and the winters are mild to cool with plenty of precipitation year round.  The central and northern parts of the county lie further away from any significant body of water, so the humidity level is lower.  Both the northern and the western portions receive snow fall.


Montgomery runs its own bus public transit called Ride On.  Amtrack operates the Capitol Limited for Rockville, between Washington Union Station and Chicago Union Station.  MARC commuter rail serves several areas stopping at Barnesville, Boyds, Dickerson Gaithersburg, Garrett Park, Germantown, Kensington, Metropolitan Grove, Rockville, Silver Spring, and Washington Grove. The Red Line of Washington Metro also serves Montgomery County.  Other Metro lines are presently in the works for Montgomery County.  Air travel is provided by Montgomery County Airpark, Ronald Reagan Washington Nation, Washington Dulles International, and BWI Airports.


In 1860 only private schools existed in Montgomery County.  Today public elementary and secondary schools are operated by the Montgomery County Public Schools System.  Montgomery College is a public access community College.  

The state university system operates a facility called Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville, which offers baccalaureate and Master’s Level programs.  Besides being the most affluent counties in the US, it is also has the highest percentage of people over 25 who hold a post graduate degree.


Montgomery County is the most popular residential area in Maryland. Homes for sale in Montgomery County start at about $70,000 for a one bedroom / one full bath co-operative home in a seniors community in Silver Spring area, to the luxurious newly constructed estate homes in Potomac priced at $16,000,000.

Montgomery County Homes for sale reflect the building styles that have been popular over the past 100 years or more. Some of the styles include Victorian homes in Gaithersburg and Rockville which present a taste of the past. The newer homes reflect a more contemporary Colonial style of homes.  There are also ramblers, town homes, and condominiums which reflect the period when the homes were built.

If you're headed toward a purchase in Montgomery County, call us at 443-757-3400, or use the form below to send an email, to get the local market information you need today!

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