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Do you want to learn more about a particular community? Are you having difficulties figuring out which neighborhood would be perfect for you and your family? Are you moving out of the area and need information on communities in other parts of the city or country?

We can help.

As real estate experts, The Kershaw Team can provide you with important insights into a range of communities so you can make a more informed decision.

We can get you details on:

  • Type and style of homes.

  • Age of the community.

  • Local amenities such as schools, parks, community centers, etc.

  • Commuting routes and access to public transit.

  • Properties currently listed for sale.

  • General characteristics of the area.

The community you live in is just as important as the home you buy. That’s why we are committed to helping you make the right choice. Here are a few popular and best selling communities among the market. Click on any of the photos for more pictures of that area.

 

 

King Farm

Consider yourself an active person? With King Farms 45 acres of parkland, swimming pools, fitness facilities and walking/biking trails. You will never run out of things to keep you healthy as could be. If you just want to get in touch with King Farms peaceful side take a stroll through King Farm or Mattie J.T Stepanek Park. Don't forget the easy access to grocery stores, restaurants, hair stylists, beauty salons, pet supply stores and more at the Village Center. For more information about King Farm go to kingfarm.org .

Washington D.C

Living in D.C allows you to enjoy the city's wide variety of cafes, bars, and restaurants. Get easier access to highways and airports. So you can enjoy all the other popular cities, beaches and mountains near the city. Appreciate the diverse melting pot of culture, nationalities, ethnic backgrounds, and religions. Indulge in D.C's cultural activities, shopping, entertainment, outdoor recreation,  and festivals. If you want to learn more about D.C attractions go to https://washington.org/ . For more information about D.C living visit http://dcliving.com/ .

 

City of Rockville

Can't decide if you want to live in a apartment or town house?  No problem, because Rockville has a variety of neighborhood to  choose from. Enjoy the family friendly environment and maybe go for a hike on one of Rock Creek Regional Park's hiking trails. Or go for a bite to eat with the kids at one of Rockville Town Square's many restaurants. If you want to learn more about Rockville visit http://www.rockvillemd.gov/ .

Bethesda

Not quiet ready for D.C life but still want to live near the Capital? Then you and Bethesda were a match made in heaven. From condos to large scale homes this city can offer you a variety of homes to choose from. Forget the car, take a walk to downtown Bethesda where there are tons of shops and restaurants all in one area. Enjoy some of the fine arts in the Arts and Entertainment District or check out some of Bethesda's farmers markets. If you want to learn more about Bethesda visit http://www.bethesda.org .

Georgetown

Aged architecture, amazing restaurants, designer shops, fine art galleries and more all located in Georgetown. Love the outdoors? Enjoy the town's Waterfront Park were outdoor enthusiasts love to kayak, bike and jog. Take a tour through the stunning historic 18th and 19th century mansions or go see the one-time homes of Julia Child and JFK. To learn more about what Georgetown has to offer visit http://www.georgetowndc.com

Town of Washington Grove

There is only one place to live if you truly love the outdoors and that is in The Town of Washington Grove. Let loose  for the day in Woodward park during the spring. Take a dip in Maple Lake to cool off the summer heat. Appreciate the serine trails and walkways in the fall. Don't be afraid to grab your snow boots and a sled in the winter. Keep yourself busy all year round in this heartfelt community in The Town of Washington Grove. For more information go to http://washingtongrovemd.org .

Clarksburg

"Clarksburg Village has been named the best-selling community in Montgomery County and the State of Maryland for the last 6 years. This master-planned neighborhood features new luxury traditional and neo-traditional single family homes, townhomes and apartments from the area’s leading homebuilders. There are great conveniences right in the community, including Harris Teeter and several restaurants and retail shops. The location can’t be beat for commuters, with I-270 around the corner and Shady Grove Metro Station. With all its amenities and conveniences, Clarksburg Village is the perfect place to call home."  - Clarksburgvillage.com

Germantown

Whether you want to go to the library, eat out, see a movie, or go hike some trails at Black hill regional park Germantown has a wide variety of entertainment for you to enjoy. There is so much to see and do, which is why the town has its own Transit center. To allow you to travel to wherever you feel like spending your day. Love fresh berries? You can pick them yourself at Butler's Orchard, a family business passed down for generations. Want to learn more about Butler's Orchard? Visit http://www.butlersorchard.com/ .

 

Silver Spring

Whether you want to eat out and catch a theatrical show or go fishing at Wheaton Regional Park. Silver Spring has something for everyone. Restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, art, parks, and more. Not to mention easy access to the highways and the metro. Connecting you to all the other cities around Silver Spring. If you want to learn more about what Silver Spring is like visit either http://www.silverspringdowntown.com/ or  http://www.downtownsilverspring.com/ .

Town of Garrett Park

If you prefer quiet and quaint town surrounded by a few parks, The Town of Garrett Park just might be the place for you. An ice skating rink, a few trains, some theater and art centers, and a heartfelt community. These are just a few of the amenities that this town has to offer. Want to look into this charming town? Visit http://garrettparkmd.gov/home for more information.

Olney

Enjoy Halloween?  Every year Olney hosts the Field of Screams for a thrilling family experience. Or maybe like to keep things on the classy side? The Olney Winery and Theatre center are a great way to unwind while spending time with friends. Don't forget the area has plenty of parks and recreation for the kids! For more information visit http://www.olneymd.org/ .

 

Potomac

Take part in Potomac's serene natural beauty by taking a walk down Billy Goat Trail, a ride on one of Great Falls canal boat rides or checking out Potomac Village Farmer's Market. Rather take part in Potomac's modern side? Glenstone Museum and Westfield Montgomery mall are a great way to spend the day indoors. Potomac has plenty to offer, for one of the newest living developments of Potomac check out www.parkpotomac.com .

Takoma Park

Not too suburban, city like or country, but just right. Take stroll through Takoma Park's local farmers market or spend the day at the public recreation center. Let loose and enjoy a sunny day, at one of the town's many parks. Still prefer to see visit the cities from time to time? No worries, Takoma park offers metro access and public transportation to get you were you need to go. Interested in possibly? Check out www.takomaparkmd.gov for more details.

 

Dupont Circle 

Dupont Circle's infamous fountain is not the only attraction in the area. Go back in time and appreciate some of the historical components Dupont has to offer. Soak in the ambiance by taking a stroll by the Spanish steps or in the museum of modern art. Want to learn more? Check out Washington.org for more attractions.