Silver Spring Md Real Estate and Homes For Sale


Silver Spring, Md. is a community of approximately 76,000 people, as reported in the last census, located in Montgomery County, Md.  It is also considered to be part of the Greater Washington D.C. metropolitan area.

In 2014 there were 2680 real estate property transactions in the Silver Spring, Md. area - only one less than in 2013, and average sales price for all property types was $359,164.  Prices for property in this community are expected to level off over the next 12 months.

SILVER SPRING HOMES FOR SALE

Curious about what your Silver Spring home would sell for? Call Paul Hillstrom today at 301-294-3000 to schedule a free, no obligation market analysis of your home

SILVER SPRING HOME PRICE TRENDS

Curious about what your Silver Spring home would sell for? Call Paul Hillstrom today at 301-294-3000 to schedule a free, no obligation market analysis of your home

Local Silver Spring neighborhoods and subdivisions include Arcola, Argyle Park, Ballentrae, Blair, Burnt Mills, Calverton, Cameron Heights, Capitol View Park, Carroll Knolls, Chestnut Hills, Colesville, Connecticut Avenue Estates, Ednor Acres, Fairview Estates. Fairway, Forest Glen, Forest Knolls, Franklin Knolls, Garrett Forest, Glenmont Forest, Harmony Hills, Highland View, Hillandale, Indian Spring Park, Kemp Mill Estates, Layhill, Longmead, Middlebridge, Northwood Knolls, Oakview, Paint Branch, Wheaton, Sligo Park Hills, Springbrook, Stonecrest, Stonegate, Tanglewood.  

Local zip codes for Silver Spring include:  20901, 20902, 20903, 20904, 20905, 20906, 20907 and 20910.

Public schools serving Silver Spring include Montgomery Blair High, Springbrook High, Blake High, JF Kennedy High, Wheaton High.  Feeding into the high schools are numerous middle and elementary schools.
Private schools that serve families in the area include Calvary Lutheran School, St. Michael School, Washington Christian Academy, The Nora School, and the Chelsea School. 

The history of Silver Spring centers around the Blair and Lee families and is named after a spring discovered in 1840.  The unincorporated area of Silver Spring is the third most populous area in Maryland.  Recreation in the Silver Spring area includes Rock Creek Park, Sligo Creek Park, and Brookeside Gardens that is located within Wheaton Regional Park

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Choose The Right Agent!
Buying or selling a home can seem like an overwhelming task. But the right REALTOR® can make the process easier — and more profitable.   With years of experience and success, we can help you make smart decisions in a fast-paced, complex and competitive market.

Contact Paul or Helen Hillstrom, two generations of REALTOR®'s, at 301-294-3000.

Paul & Helen Hillstrom provide service to both buyers and sellers of Silver Spring real property, and also work with investors / landlords and perspective tenants in rental properties.