Wheaton, MD Homes For Sale

Homes for sale in Maryland’s affluent Montgomery County tend to be among the more expensive in the state. The large, spread-out community of Wheaton, however, offers a large and competitively priced inventory. Often associated with Silver Spring, and sometimes referred to as Wheaton-Glenmont, this large suburb does actually have its own identity, with residential neighborhoods and a downtown urban center.

During the mid-1700s, the community was called Mitchell’s Crossroads—named for a tavern at the junction of three roads, now known as Veirs Mill, Georgia Avenue and University Blvd. The area continued to develop as a business district, changing its name to Leesborough, and finally to Wheaton, in homage to a Civil War soldier. Back then, the quaint junction was home to general stores, liveries, and the like. These days, the same crossroads center is a hip urban hub with great restaurants, retail and new mixed-use condos for sale. For more information about Wheaton, MD homes for sale, contact our Maryland real estate team today!

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12 Cobble Hill Ct

WHEATON, MD
$519,500

MLS#: 1002775432
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
2228 Sqft, 0.02 Acres
Residential

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4 Cobble Hill Ct

WHEATON, MD
$484,900

MLS#: 1005994326
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
2008 Sqft, 0.02 Acres
Residential

More About the Wheaton, MD Real Estate Market

During the national real estate crisis that almost seems a distant memory, home prices took a tumble here. That attracted new buyers which in turn, prompted a rebound. However, homes for sale are still well off their former highs. Prices start around $150,000 and climb to over a million dollars for the largest estates. That said, the majority of active listings are below $500,000.

You find a nice variety of styles when it comes to Wheaton, MD real estate, from actual antiques to new custom homes for sale that are designed in quasi-Victorian style. You can add all sorts of Colonials, Capes, Contemporaries, Ramblers and the ever-present Brady Bunch Split-levels. There’s also an abundance of brick here, including brick and clapboard combos and unusual brick Cape cottages, circa the 1940s.

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Listing information last updated on December 10th, 2018 at 7:03pm EST.