ASHTON/SANDY SPRING & BROOKEVILLE - MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD - 2011 MARKET REPORT
Driving north on New Hampshire Ave - or The Highway to Heaven as we lovingly refer to it in my office - one will eventually reach the 108 intersection and the Ashton/Sandy Spring and Brookeville area. Its convenient location to Silver Spring (south), Olney (east) and Ellicott City & Columbia (west) is just one of its many appeals. Lot sizes are more generous, farms and parks are wonderful and nature is just breathtaking ... if you are looking for your very own piece of paradise, the Ashton/Sandy Spring & Brookeville area may be just the place for you.
18 sales: 2 were foreclosures, no short sales
avg sold price $576,267
avg days-on-market: 111
The lowest priced home was a townhouse in the Ashton Village subdivision which sold for $260,000. A 16+ acre farm on New Hampshire Ave with a farmhouse built in 1900 sold for the highest amount, 1.2 Million.
SANDY SPRING, MD
9 sales: 2 foreclosures, 1 short sale
avg sold price $720,667
avg days-on-market: 158
The lowest priced property was a foreclosure in Sandy Spring Meadow which sold for $279,000. The highest priced property was an arts & crafts style home in the Bancroft subdivision which sold for $1,065,000.
54 sales: 5 foreclosures, 4 short sales
avg sold price $539,311
avg days-on-market: 81
A foreclosure in Brookeville Knolls was the lowest priced home at $271,000, and a magnificent Estate home on more than 6 acres in the Gold Mine Crossing subdivision sold for the highest price at $1,150,000.
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