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8300 Giantstep Place

Montgomery Village | MD



Gracious Colonial built with the strong bones of Toll Brothers and set on a premium lot at the end of cul-de-sac. Gorgeously updated white cabinet kitchen with granite center island and stainless steel appliances. Traditional living room and dining room for formal entertaining, a focal point being the two-story open sweeping staircase. Huge Master en-suite with a memorable walk-in closet, renovated private bath with soaking tub and his/her designer vanities. Home has extra nudges like a first level laundry room as you enter from the garage and a chairlift for accessibility (if buyer desires) to the second floor. Lower level is dry and unfinished and just needs your imagination: home office, media room, gym, in-law suite? Huge deck facing mature woods, spacious two car garage with additional storage space and private asphalt driveway. Sellers have generously provided multiple updates during their ownership; don’t miss the full list in the Seller Disclosures. The Montgomery Village community is a thriving section just off 270 that offers pools, trails, ponds, tennis courts, and play lots.

Montgomery Village is a large, planned suburban community, developed in the late 1960s and 1970s just outside Gaithersburg city limits. Montgomery Village’s population was 32,032 at the time of the 2010 U.S. Census, and it is a part of the Washingtonian metropolitan area. Montgomery Village was created in 1962 by Kettler Brothers, Inc. The vision for a planned community in Gaithersburg is credited to architect Charles Kettler, who incorporated Kettler Brothers with his brothers Milton and Clarence in 1952. The first land purchase was the Walker Farm in 1962. Subsequent purchases were the Thomas Farm, The Mills Farm, The French Farm, The Patton Farm, The Fulks Farm, The Wilson Farm, and The James Walter Deppa property. The Walker Farm was the largest of all the properties the Kettlers bought. It was 412 acres (1.67 km2) and now is Walkers Choice, Cider Mill, Horizon Run, Christopher Court, Dockside, Nathan’s Hill, Millrace, the Montgomery Village Library, Montgomery Village Day-Care Center, the Off-Price Centers, Bayberry, the Verandahs, Grover’s Forge, Lake Whetstone, South Valley Park, and part of Lakeforest Mall.


On February 28, 1966, the Kettler brothers broke ground for the first house in Montgomery Village. The first model homes were opened in Lakeside of Whetstone in August 1967. In September, more opened in the Clusters of Stedwick. The Montgomery Village Golf Club also opened in September of that year. The first residents of Montgomery Village moved in on September 25, 1967, in Goshenside. They were the Bartik family. Also on the same day, the Crosby family moved into a home on Whetstone Drive. The Montgomery Village Foundation was incorporated in 1966. In 1968, the Whetstone Community Center opened, as did Whetstone Elementary and Montgomery Village Junior High schools. Although Montgomery Village is an unincorporated area, its boundaries are defined according to Montgomery County zoning rules and by its own unique ZIP code. Montgomery Village can use Gaithersburg addresses even though the village is outside city limits. 

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