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As one of Maryland’s oldest cities, Rockville dates all the way back to colonial times. It was known as Hungerford’s Tavern, a well-known business during the days of the revolution. It was also called Williamsburgh during the 1780s, after a family that subdivided the main part of town. But it didn’t start to boom until the 1950s when rapid residential development took place, and the population grew to almost 7,000.

The city’s storied past exists side-by-side with its promising future, with historic homes and modern amenities scattered across its diverse neighborhoods. It is home to tech companies and bio-med firms, making it one of the most exciting places to live in the state.

Residents pass the time in Rockville Town Square, a transit-oriented development that offers everything from trendy restaurants to specialty stores. The skyline is dotted with posh condos and a distinctive six-story clock tower.

Located about 15 miles north of Washington D.C., Rockville is the third biggest incorporated city in the Old Line State, with a population of more than 66,000. Those who live here enjoy a breezy commute to the nation’s capital, with easy access to the Beltway, Interstate 270, and the Rockville Metro station.

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Real estate options and property types in Rockville

Rockville has a diverse housing market that consists of single-family homes, townhomes, and condos. The majority of homes have 3 to 4 bedrooms, offering just enough space for a small family. Hardwood floors, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and vaulted ceilings are common features.

The largest homes in the area can have up to 5 bedrooms along with open kitchens, sun rooms, and private yards.

Buyers will find a good mix of historic homes and new construction homes in the area. There’s an excellent selection of historic homes dating back to the late 1800s and early 1900s along West Jefferson Street and West Montgomery Avenue.

Notable neighborhoods include:

  • Rockville Town Square
  • Lakewood Estates
  • West End Park
  • Rollins Park
  • Glenora Hills
  • Luxmanor/Old Farm

If you’re looking for homes for sale in Montgomery County, the Gibbons Group would be happy to assist you. Call 301.219.6517 or send an email to Larry(at)GibbonsGP(dotted)com to get started.

Living in Rockville

  • Filled with shops, restaurants, condos, and offices, Rockville Town Square is the perfect place to live, work, and play. This redevelopment is anchored by a major telecom provider and a national chain of fitness centers. Dining options include restaurants serving Peruvian and Indian cuisine, as well as an Irish pub.

    Special events like Salsa at the Square, Carnival of Chocolates, and Friday Night Live Concert Series take place here throughout the year.

  • Spend a quiet afternoon reading your favorite authors at Rockville Memorial Library, which offers more than 20,000 titles for your enjoyment. The library also features public computers, free Wi-Fi, and study rooms with stunning views of Rockville Town Square.
  • Situated on a 120-acre forest preserve, Croydon Creek Nature Center features open meadows and a glistening creek. Go on a leisurely stroll along its scenic trails and keep an eye out for the reptiles, amphibians, and owls that call this place home.
  • Visit Cabin John Regional Park, one of the largest parks in Montgomery Country. At 528 acres, it features a dog park, a Tai Chi court, an ice skating rink, and a miniature train.