Homes For Sale in Mills Farm (North Potomac)
Why People Live Here
People live here for the good schools, variety of home prices and the amenities of North Potomac. While not in the part of North Potomac that goes to Wootton High School, this subdivision goes to the highly ranked in Maryland Quince Orchard High School.
What Is The Neighborhood Like
Mills Farm like the vast majority of North Potomac has a family oriented feel. Aberdeen Park is located here and the equestrian center is just to the south. While there are homes in Mills Farm costing upwards of $600,000, there are townhomes to be purchased in the low $300,000's. There are a variety of homestyles here: Split levels, townhomes, ramblers and large executive style homes. The typical hohe costs about $575,000 and sits on a .25 to 1/3 of an acre lot. The recent high price has been $706,000 and the recent low price was a townhome for $240.000. There are about 300 total homes in Mills Farm.
What Is Going on Around the Neighborhood
Over the last 15 years significant construction has taken place surrounding North Potomac. Kentlands and close by Lakelands are large multi-use communities with a large population. The area near Piney Meeting House Road has had large areas of high end townhomes and detached homes. As a result of population growth in the surrounding areas population density has caused an infux of higher end shopping, medical parks and a technology strip along the north-south Route 270. People can get high paying jobs without commuting to Washington, DC. For those looking for very high end shopping, restaurants and a more urban style of nightlife, Bethesda and Washington DC is about 35 minutes to the south in non-rush hour traffic
What Schools Will Children Go To
The children will attend Quince Orchard High School and its feeder system of Jones Lane Elementary and Ridgeview Middle School. Quince orchard is a highly ranked high school in Montgomery County and in the state of Maryland.