Silver Spring

Out of all the home-shopping regions in Montgomery County, the one with the most diverse zip codes has to be Silver Spring. From its high-rise apartments and office buildings in downtown Silver Spring to the rural settings to the north along New Hampshire Avenue, this vast community has a little bit of everything a newcomer might be shopping for. The oldest section of Silver Spring is the urbanized area to the south that actually abuts the Washington D.C. line. So it is that close to the action of the big city, making it a great spot to commute into the big city. Office space and living space (not to mention dining, entertainment and parkland spaces as well) are in abundance in the downtown region.

As one moves farther out into the suburbs, “greater” Silver Spring, with its undefined borders, begins to shed its retail, residential and office development components and turns into more of a pastoral setting with large single-family home communities interspersed with open green spaces such as golf courses and parks in the form of Rock Creek and Wheaton Regional. Because of it’s large geographic area, the population of Silver Spring is growing and nearing 90,000. Metro’s Red Line which parallels the I-270 corridor to the West enters into DC and continues back north into Silver Spring making the area a great spot for commuters working in DC. Exercise enthusiasts will enjoy Sligo Creek Park which offers miles of hiking and biking trails along with tennis courts and playgrounds.

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