Gaithersburg (zips 20877 and 20879) and Washington Grove (zip 20880) are located in the center of Montgomery County along I270. See Laytonsville for Gaithersburg zip code 20882 and North Potomac zip 20878. Homes in Gaithersburg are assigned to the Gaithersburg and Magruder public school clusters. Always verify a home’s school assignment at MCPS.
Gaithersburg Home Prices
What can you buy in the Gaithersburg? Here’s a quick summary of available inventory by price range and type of home. Scroll down to see a list of all homes available in this area.
Gaithersburg Homes for Sale
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$384,900 : 19733 Drop Forge Ln, Gaithersburg4 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$389,900 : 8905 Blue Smoke Dr, Gaithersburg4 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$259,900 : 8308 Mountain Ash Way, Gaithersburg2 beds, 2 full, 2 part baths
$244,900 : 1220 Knoll Mist Ln, Gaithersburg4 beds, 3 full baths
$250,000 : 19800 Filbert Dr, Gaithersburg3 beds, 1 full, 1 part baths
$264,900 : 19810 Filbert Dr, Gaithersburg3 beds, 1 full, 1 part baths
$375,000 : 18917 Blue Heron Ln, Gaithersburg3 beds, 2 full baths
$470,000 : 105 Winnie Pl, Gaithersburg4 beds, 3 full baths
$475,000 : 10841 Game Preserve Rd, Gaithersburg3 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
$140,000 : 433 Christopher Ave #21, Gaithersburg2 beds, 2 full baths
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The Casey Barn was built in 1938 and was the centerpiece of Eugene Casey’s 191 acre dairy farm. With sixty cows, this farm had a daily production of 300 gallons of milk. Maybe not so impressive today, but that was a lot of milk in the 1940s. Casey was quite the land baron owning up to six farms at one time giving him the largest holding of property in Montgomery County by an individual. Here’s a great historical picture of the barn from Shaun Curtis’ Gaithersburg history website.
The Casey Barn was donated to the City of Gaithersburg in the 1970s and is now the Casey Community Center. Located on busy MD-355 at I-370, it’s easy to miss. It offers several types of rooms for rental, so it’s a great place to host events. Check out more barns in Montgomery County.
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Methodist churches were founded in Gaithersburg in the mid-1800s. Built in 1905, the Grace United Methodist Church is distinctive for its bell tower with cedar shake siding. The building is impressive with large stained-glass windows, intricate brick masonry and a slate roof. The area around the church has changed a lot over the last 100 years. Now, it’s located on a very busy section of MD-355 and is surrounded by fast food restaurants, strip shops and a pawn shop next door. This is a solid structure. I expect it will be around for another hundred years.
You may have noticed this small church in Gaithersburg on MD-355 at Summit Avenue. This chapel was was built in 1882, but the Ascension’s earliest history traces back to 1695 when the Church of England came to the New World. Now this chapel is part of a larger campus and is one of the largest Episcopal churches in the metro D.C. area. Learn more at their website and see more churches in Montgomery County.
This historical church in Gaithersburg is surrounded by mature oak trees and has a striking, green tin roof. The current structure was built in 1883 after the original building, built in 1836, was destroyed by fire. This church has a rich history starting in 1812 and is part of a larger, modern campus today. Learn more at their website and see more churches in Montgomery County.
Lots green space and parks help make Montgomery County a great place to live. The Seneca Creek State Park in Gaithersburg is a great escape with an extensive trail system, picnic areas, huge playground, boating and fishing — all overlooking Clopper Lake. This park is host to several great events during the year. The Mongtomery County Road Runners organizes the Seneca Creek-Greenway Trail Marathon in late winter. And the City of Gaithersburg transforms the park into a Winter Light Festival from Thanksgiving through December 31st.
This park is definitely worth checking out! See more parks in Montgomery County.
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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.
Kentlands and Lakelands are modern, planned communities with turn-of-the-century style. Classic American homes with white picket fences and front porches surrounded by abundant green-space make this a unique and community in Montgomery County – and the entire Metro DC area. See all homes for sale and recent sales for Kentlands and Lakelands.
June 14th, 2010 Categories: Gaithersburg
The overall contract activity in Gaithersburg, Derwood and Montgomery Village is 26% higher than 2009. Activity has increased in all price segments except for higher-priced homes – over 95% of all contract activity takes place for homes priced under $600,000.
It’s rare to discover a home in any price range with the same condition of this end-unit townhome. Everything has been updated and everything is perfect. You’ll love the condition with renovated kitchen and baths, the stylish paint and new systems. Even better, this home enjoys a fantastic location walking distance to coffee shops, a grocery store and more. Take a virtual tour and get all the details at www.100PontiacWay.com.
August 13th, 2009 Categories: Gaithersburg
Contract activity over the last six months in Gaithersburg is up over 70% from last year. Although entry level homes priced $200,000 and less make up most of the increase, activity has been up in all price ranges. Here’s the overview of the contract activity by price range: Read the rest of this entry »
June 28th, 2009 Categories: Gaithersburg
90% of the sales in Gaithersburg are for homes listed under $500,000. For homes in this price range, the market is Read the rest of this entry »
May 25th, 2009 Categories: Gaithersburg
Not that long ago, finding a brick, four bedroom home in Montgomery County for under $500,000 was unthinkable. Today, this fantastic home is available in the low $400s. With four sides brick, hardwood flooring on the main levels and a bright walk-out lower level, this home is an unbeatable value. Tour big pictures and see all the details at www.BlueWillowLane.com.