The Potomac Crest community is located in Montgomery County Maryland on the corner of Seven Locks Road and Tuckerman Lane.
This Potomac Maryland community is made up of 131 homes, styled as townhomes, duplexes and 31 detached single family properties. The neighborhood was build between 1992 and 1996 along the major driving routes of Democracy Blvd and I-270. A great place to live if you use a car to get to work.
Single family homes in the community sell for $1-1.2 million. These 4-5 bedroom homes include: 4 full baths, 2-story marble foyers, great rooms, large kitchens with island, computer stations and breakfast room, huge master suites with his and her walk in closets and jacuzzi tubs. The 4 bedroom, 3 full bath duplexes and townhomes have much of the same options with soaring celings, hard-wood floors, gourmet kitchen, 2 car garages, and large decks selling for $8-900,000.
The community's focus on its trees, shrubs and flowers earned it an award of excellence for landscaping a few years ago from the Montgomery County Department of Transportation.
Potomac Crest was one of 34 winners of the 24th annual Keep Montgomery County Beautiful award.
Shopping options are very close but only Cabin John Mall is pedestrian-friendly less than a half mile away. Montgomery Mall, White Flint Mall, Park Potomac Shops and Wildwood Center are all a short 5-10 minute drive from Potomac Crest.
Potomac Crest is a short 5 minute drive to one of Montgomery County's largest sports and recreation parks, Cabin John Regional Park. The park has athletic fields, including the beautiful Shirley Povich Baseball Field; a full-service ice-skating rink; indoor and outdoor tennis courts; many picnic areas, over 5 miles of biking/hiking trails, camp sites, and a half acre dog park. Kids of all ages can enjoy the miniature train that runs through the park and most of the facilities are wheelchair accessible and pet friendly.
Beverly Farms Elementary School, Herbert Hoover Middle School, and Winston Churchill High School serve the children of Potomac Crest community.
WCHS was just voted top public school in Maryland by USA Today and has a notionally top rated Advanced Placement (AP) program.
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