Indian Spring is one of the most popular family friendly neighborhoods in Silver Spring.
Homes in Indian Spring were originally built as Golf Course or Country Club Homes. The area was developed around the Old Indian Spring Country Club & Golf Course in the late 1930's. When the Country Club moved out to Layhill Road in mid 1950's, the grounds and buildings became the home of the Silver Spring YMCA.
The Indian Spring Neighborhood is located just inside the Beltway in Silver Spring, Md 20901, east of Colesville Road (Route 29). The southern border is Franklin Avenue and the west, University Boulevard.
The houses are charming Colonials, Cape Cods, Tudors, Bungalows and Ramblers built from the early 1940's through the mid 1950s. There are just over 800 single family homes in the Indian Spring subdivisions of Indian Spring Club Estates, Indian Spring Park, Indian Spring Hills, Indian Spring Park and Indian Spring Terrace.
Public Schools Serving Indian Spring
The Montgomery County public school system is well known as one of the best in the nation. Public schools serving Indian Spring:
Highland View Elementary School,
Silver Spring International Middle School,
Northwood High School,
At the high school level the Downcounty consortium is available giving students a choice regarding their academic area of study. The five high schools in the Downcounty cluster include Montgomery Blair, Albert Einstein, John F. Kennedy and Wheaton.
The Indian Spring community was listed in the Washingtonian one of the "Best Places to Live" (2005). "This is the kind of inner-Beltway suburb that downtown Silver Spring was revitalized for. The professionals living here may have families, but they're not so suburbanized that they don't enjoy the art films, live music, and trendy food that are trademarks of the new Silver Spring." - Washingtonian Magazine.
The Indian Spring Community has family-oriented social events for neighbors to meet and an email group for neighbors to keep up on the latest news, events, announcements and learn about local services. Some of the Neighborhood events are: (the ever popular annual) "Taste of Indian Spring", neighborhood clean up, yard sale, Fall Fest, July 4th Celebration, Holiday Celebrations and Holiday House Tours. Find out more about the Indian Spring Community by visiting their website www.Iscaonline.com
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