Olney (zip 20832) and Sandy Spring (zip 20860) are located in the north of Montgomery County along Georgia Avenue. Brookeville (20833) and Brinklow (20862) are north of Olney in the Agricultural Reserve. Ashton (20861) is located to the east of Olney.
What can you buy in the Olney area? 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.
Homes for Sale
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(all data current as of 5/22/2013)
$850,000 : 21205 Denit Estates Dr, Brookeville3 beds, 2 full baths
$882,995 : 2674 Winter Morning Way, Olney4 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
$913,995 : 2624 Winter Morning Way, Olney4 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
$344,900 : 18204 Paladin Dr, Olney4 beds, 2 full, 2 part baths
$599,000 : 17821 Old Baltimore Rd, Olney4 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
$620,000 : 17413 Macduff Ave, Olney4 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$639,900 : 3000 Viburnum Pl, Olney5 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
$775,000 : Briars Road, Olney4 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
$319,900 : 1032 Windrush Ln, Sandy Spring3 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$325,000 : 3402 Queensborough Dr, Olney3 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
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Sandy Spring is one of the Montgomery County’s earliest communities settled in the early 1700s by Quakers. A visit to the Sandy Spring Museum is a great introduction of this area’s rich and unique history. The museum was founded by local citizens in 1981 to preserve artifacts from the past, but also strengthen the fabric of today’s community.
The Quakers were very innovative farmers, but they were also very progressive who placed a high value on education, abolished slavery long before the civil war, and were very early champions of women’s rights. Their dedication to education and history is embodied in the museum’s library. Volunteers continue to improve the breadth and depth of a collection that provides a detailed chronicle of the community’s past.
More than a keeper of history, the museum is committed to enriching today’s community. The museum has a resident quilter and blacksmith with regular classes. And there’s large meeting spaces for private events, concerts, classes and meetings.
Getting to know the Sandy Spring Museum is a great way to get in touch with our past and strengthen your connection to the community. Check out more of the arts in Montgomery County.
June 14th, 2010 Categories: Olney
The overall contract activity in Olney, Ashton, Brookeville and Sandy Spring is 40% higher than 2009. Except for homes priced over $800,000, the number of contracts are up in all price ranges this year compared to 2009.
August 9th, 2009 Categories: Olney
Contracts are up 16% in the Olney area compared to the previous six months of 2008. The chart below shows an overall downward shift in prices for the entire market. Contracts over the last six months for homes priced under $300,000 are double 2008′s contracts. Here’s the chart: Read the rest of this entry »
June 28th, 2009 Categories: Olney
Like many parts of Montgomery County, the market for homes priced under $600,000 is smoking hot Read the rest of this entry »