The Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve is a very special place. It’s a short drive to the heart of Washington D.C, but it feels like a million miles away. This is a living window looking back to how the entire county looked just a couple generations ago: green rolling pastures, forests and working farms. All connected with a web of country roads. Articles that help introduce you to this magical place follow.
Here’s a list of home for sale with large lots – five acres or more.
See all Montgomery County Homes with Large Lots.
(all data current as of 12/12/2013)
$2,495,000 : 11905 Centurion Way, Potomac5 beds, 4 full, 2 part baths
$999,000 : 16041 Oursler Rd, Burtonsville4 beds, 3 full baths
$845,000 : 21631 New Hampshire Ave, Brookeville4 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
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Even though we’re in the heart of the Washington D.C. metro area, Montgomery County’s roots are firmly planted in agriculture. Here’s a sampler of our annual County Fair.
Fall is the very best time of the year to enjoy the Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve. And the best way to enjoy the Ag Reserve is to visit family farms like Butlers Orchard. Take a quick tour with this video, then plan a visit in person. Get a current list of events at their website, and learn more about the Ag Reserve.
Montgomery County’s roots are firmly planted in agriculture. Every year our county fair highlights the best of the county – and the state. Here’s a few pics.
July 29th, 2012 Categories: AgReserve
Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard is located in the heart of the Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve. This is a great place to visit and soak in the beauty of the Ag Reserve — and to have some great wine! Learn more about the winery and get a list of current events at their website.
This is a quick glimpse of White’s Ferry in the Ag Reserve in Montgomery County, Maryland. New visitors are amazed that there’s only one bridge river crossing from Montgomery County into Virginia – the American Legion Bridge on the 1-495 Beltway. Unless you want to swim, the only other way to cross the Potomac River is via White’s Ferry. A visit here is a great step back in time.
Less than 20 miles from the Washington Beltway is some of the most pristine countryside you will see anywhere. The Agricultural Reserve in Montgomery County is the result of very progressive land use policies implemented in 1980. With the easement acquisition of the Sunny Ridge Farm in January, Montgomery County reached its goal of preserving 70,000 acres of farmland through protective easements. Now, we have the largest percentage of preserved agricultural land in the United States.
This Ag Reserve is a real jewel in Montgomery County. The area is laced with country roads perfect for riding bikes, visiting orchards and equestrian activities. But it’s so much more than a destination to visit. It’s a tranquil place to live and call home. Check out homes for sale in the Agricultural Reserve and find your own place in the country.