Gaithersburg | MD
Welcome home to 106 Massbury Street in the Kentlands! This pristine home sits on a tranquil street that leads to parks, trails and neighborhood lakes. Gourmet eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, stunning granite countertops, soaring high ceilings with recessed lights that flows onto a delightful deck that’s perfect for entertaining. Handsome hardwood flooring throughout the home. A separate dining area, open layout, ample recessed lights and plantation shutters complete this well designed main level. Retreat to your master suite that boasts an en-suite full bath, skylights, Large soaking tub, walk-in closet and tons of storage space. Two more bedrooms on the upper level with full bath and linen closest. The lower level features more storage space, a large rec room with cozy real wood-burning fireplace, a full bath and a bonus room perfect for a home office/4th bedroom. Detached 2 car garage with floored attic space for more even more storage. Enjoy all that the Kentlands community has to offer: farmer’s markets, an outdoor pool, community events, clubhouse, Whole Foods, Giant, drive-thru Starbucks (coming soon) Lowes, Petsmart and so much more. The Kentlands is also surrounded by local shopping & eateries. Easy access to I270, ICC, Downtown Crown, Rio and Muddy Branch.
With over 69,000 residents located in the heart of Montgomery County, Gaithersburg is one of the largest cities in Maryland. In Gaithersburg, you’ll find an excitingly diverse population living in a mixture of housing types in warm, welcoming neighborhoods. Gaithersburg combines a respect for its heritage, demonstrated by the revitalization efforts in our Olde Towne residential and commercial district, with thoughtful planning for new communities. Gaithersburg began in 1765 as a small agricultural settlement known as Log Town. In 1850, the post office was named “Forest Oak.” The town officially became “Gaithersburg” when it was incorporated on April 5, 1878.
Gaithersburg has undergone significant changes in recent years. The City is now an urban area and a suburb of Washington, D.C. It has become a major regional location for high-technology companies while commercial agriculture is close to non-existent. The rolling fields of wheat are now roads, housing developments and commercial enterprises, but at the same time a number of historic communities and traditions have been preserved. In the 21st-century Gaithersburg continues to grow while retaining many of the qualities of a small town that cherishes its rich, diverse heritage.