Gaithersburg | MD
This stunning brick colonial home, located in the much sought-after Parkridge Estates, will appeal to even the most discerning buyer. New Roof (2013), New Windows (2017), New Hardwood Floors (2015), New Furnace/Condensing Unit (2013). This home is situated on a beautiful cul-de-sac and is located in the Quince Orchard High School Cluster. As soon as you step into the foyer, you are captivated by the exquisite detailing throughout, from the beautiful gleaming hardwood flooring to the high ceilings and curved staircase. Lots of windows allow natural light to flood this spacious floor plan. The gourmet kitchen has a large island, granite countertops, table space large enough for a long country kitchen table, and opens to the family room complete with a wood-burning fireplace. French doors lead from the family room into the charming screened-in porch, perfect for entertaining or to just enjoy peaceful moments. Dine in the bright and open kitchen or entertain your dinner party in the formal dining room/living room combination.
The upper level features an owner’s suite with a large sitting room and a stunning spa bath for all your pampering needs. There are three additional bedrooms upstairs, each with large closets. The lower level includes a recreation room the home’s fifth bedroom, a charming kitchenette and a full bathroom, perfect for an in-law suite. Outside you will find a private backyard and professionally landscaped grounds. A two-car attached garage with plenty of space for parking and storage completes this property.
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.