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Montgomery County

Considered one of the top ten places in all of Virginia to live and raise a family.

Welcome to Montgomery County

Picture-perfect blend of small-town charm and city convenience
 
Just a short drive outside the center of Washington D.C. lies one of Virginia’s most desirable locations. The beautiful scenery, amazing architecture, and perfect blend of suburban tranquility and urban convenience make Montgomery County the ideal location for young professionals, families, and even retirees looking to settle down.

Playing an important role throughout American history, Montgomery County was founded in 1776 and named after renowned Revolutionary War General Richard Montgomery. The area itself has always stayed true to its rural roots. However, in recent years the popularity of the County has made it one of the more affluent in the state.
 

What to Love

  • Idyllic small-town charm meets urban convenience 
  • Picturesque scenery    
  • Minutes from D.C.   
  • Numerous restaurants, entertainment, and recreational opportunities

Lifestyle

Considered one of the top ten places in all of Virginia to live, Montgomery County is filled with beautiful homes and sprawling landscapes. While the residential areas offer all the peace and quiet of suburbia, the downtown areas are energetic and full of vibrancy and life, allowing residents to enjoy the best of both worlds. 

Many neighborhoods in the area hold annual events where the communities can come together, and neighborhood activities can be found throughout the year.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The dining scene in Montgomery County is one of the best in the state. Jaleo by world-renowned chef Jose Andres is beloved by Montgomery County residents. The beautiful flavors of Spain ring throughout the menu, with dishes such as 20-month cured serrano ham, gazpacho, carne asada, and an array of paellas that will leave your mouthwatering. If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind experience, one of their many tasting menus may be the perfect way to end the day.

The Capital Grille is another local hot spot, serving New American cuisine, including dishes like New England clam chowder, porcini rubbed bone-in ribeye, and pan-seared sea bass. Olazzo has been serving some of the best Italian food in the area and has been one of the most popular spots in the County with dishes such as saffron arancini, wild mushroom gnocchi, and chicken parmesan.
 

Things to Do

While residents of Montgomery County can easily make their way to the numerous museums, galleries, and entertainment venues in Washington D.C., there is really no need to go outside of Montgomery County to find something to do. 

The historic Smithfield Plantation connects visitors with a true sense of American History, giving an inside look at what life would have been like for those living in the area from before the Revolution, throughout the Revolutionary War, and even past the Civil War. Including the experiences of European settlers, indigenous peoples, and enslaved Africans, this historic site offers guests an experience like no other. 

Another popular place for residents to visit is the Cascades National Recreation Trail. This hiking trail and park offers visitors a chance to experience the incomparable beauty of the natural world around them with a four-mile round trip trail that includes a 66-foot waterfall. This area is especially popular with avid bird watchers due to the tremendous amount of wildlife in the area.
 
 

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