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Montgomery County, Maryland Parks

The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park
The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park with access to both the Canal and the Potomac River is the only place in town to see summer’s beauty from a mule-powered historic barge.  The canal operated from 1828-1924 as a transportation route, carrying coal from western Maryland to the port of Georgetown in Washington, D.C.  Year after year millions of visitors come to bike and hike the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal to enjoy the cultural and leisure opportunities offered.

Glen Echo Historic Park
Glen Echo Historic Park is one of the Washington area's local treasures.  The park includes a spin on the hand-carved and hand-painted Dentzel carousel, Adventure Theatre, the mysterious Chautauqua Tower and the period ballroom open for public dances on weekends.

White’s Ferry
White’s Ferry is the last working ferry on the Potomac River.  White’s Ferry takes sightseers and commuters into Virginia, and the Gaithersburg B&O Train Station, whose heyday spanned 1875-1899, remains in use for commuters from as far away as West Virginia.  The ferry crossing is the closest river crossing above the Capital Beltway in metropolitan Washington.  When the Beltway is crowded, various drivers choose to take the historic ferry to cross the river.

Rock Creek Park
The 1755-acre Rock Creek Park originates in Washington, DC, following the course of Rock Creek into Montgomery County where it spawns parks and lakes along its path. Our country’s history resides within this park. Visitors walk in the footsteps of the Piscataway Indians, the Old Stone House attests to a time when Washington, D.C. was a new capital, and Civil War remnants reveal stories of unrest.  Rock Creek Park delivers memories of the past while creating fresh memories for the future.

Brookside Gardens & The Woodend Sanctuary
Brookside Gardens, Montgomery County’s award-winning 50-acre public display garden and conservatory and the Audubon Society’s 40-acre Woodend Sanctuary offer solace to man and creatures alike.  The Woodend mansion, on the National Historical Register, is one of the few grand old estates still left in Chevy Chase, Maryland.


Derwood Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 10 homes for sale in Derwood, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
70% Single Family, 20% Rental and 10% Land/lot.

70% Single Family
20% Rental
10% Land/lot

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 10
Average Home Size 0 ft² / 0 m²
Price Range ($237,500 - $840,000)

Weather in Derwood

The average high temperatures in Derwood range from 41 in January to 86 in July

Average home income in Derwood

The average household income of a Derwood resident is $150,062 with an average home value of $522,919

Population of Derwood

Derwood has 16,277 residents.

Home ownership in Derwood

The average level of home ownership in Derwood is 83%.

Education breakdown of Derwood

Education levels of residents of Derwood include: highschool 12%, associate 4%, bachelor 32%, graduate 33%.

Households in Derwood

Derwood has 5,386 homes, built on average 34 years ago.

Information from in and around Derwood...

You are Viewing 1 to 10 of 10 homes for sale in Derwood. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Rental and Land/lot. The average list price of these property results is 370,140. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Derwood please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 10 homes for sale in Derwood, MD are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the Derwood area. Member brokerages representing the 10 homes include Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. .