Live in Derwood

Derwood is a small town nestled among the larger suburban cities of Rockville, Silver Spring, Gaithersburg and Olney. From Derwood you can easily access I270, Shady Grove Metro and the Intercounty Connector.  Derwood real estate consists mostly of single family homes and townhomes.

Home prices in Derwood while very reasonable for the DC metro area, still rank among the most expensive communities in the United States. There are both old and new homes in Derwood. If you are looking for a larger yard, check out homes for sale in Derwood.  One of the most appealing aspects of Derwood is that it is a tight-knit community.  Many residents have lived here for years; some, grew up in Derwood themselves and have returned to Derwood to raise their own family. This friendly atmosphere makes Derwood real estate one of the most sought after areas by families in Maryland. Homes sell quickly Derwood!  Derwood includes these neighborhoods; Derwood Station, Mill Creek Towne, Needwood Estates, Muncaster Manor, Muncaster View, Hollybrooke, Granby Woods, Park Overlook, Redland Crossing, Candlewood Park, Cashell Estates, Avery Forest, Avery Lodge, Avery Village, Bowie Mill Estates, Bowie Mill Park, Winters Run, Redland Station, Rolling Knolls, Emory Grove, and Shady Grove Crossing.

Students who are residents of Derwood are either in the Magruder or Richard Montgomery cluster and attend the following schools:

Work In Derwood

With a majority of the population employed as professionals Derwood attracts talented and educated professionals from around the state. As is all DC suburban communities, the government is a major employer here, offering jobs in local, state, and federal departments. Check out this link for local businesses.

Play in Derwood

Derwood offers several entertainment and recreational opportunities for residents to enjoy with their families including the Agricultural History Farm Park, Needwood Park, Montgomery County’s new ball fields, Nature Center and several other.  If you really want to have some fun, go zip riding at “Go Ape”, enjoy a quick game of golf at Needwood Golf Course. There are a variety of grocery stores and resturants close by.  You cannot have dinner at the Outta The Way Café and not run into someone you know….

There are so many great neighborhoods like Candlewood, Derwood Station and Mill Creek Towne.  These days, where can you walk to your neighborhood pool?