Welcome to this single family colonial home in the heart of Brentwood MD. Located on a large corner lot. This beauty features 2 beds and 1 full bath. Large windows give off a bright and airy feel. Dinning room separates the living and kitchen areas. Recent updates include new hardwood flooring throughout and freshly painted in modern color! Within close proximity to shopping centers, public transportation and major highways! You don't want to
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Come see this lovely and cozy Cape Cod featuring two bedrooms and a den that can be used as a bedroom. Dormers facing the street potentially fill this pristine home with radiant sunlight. This well kept neighborhood with community amenities, is close to shopping and public transportation. This property shows well, and a Home Owner's warranty is
This fantastic home is perfect for a growing family! Boasting 5 bedrooms, a large top floor bonus room, 9 ft. ceilings throughout the main level, large finished basement, updated kitchen and bathrooms, a huge partially covered deck off the back, gleaming hardwood floors, freshly painted and new carpet are just some of the highlights!! This home is so much larger than it appears from the outside and won't disappoint. Quiet neighborhood with
Brentwood MD Features & Amenities
Brentwood is almost totally residential with a few business and convenient proximity to the city of Mount Rainier which features such commercial attractions as the Glut Health-Food Co-op and Joe’s Movement Emporium. Recreation can also be taken at the Mount Rainier Nature & Recreation Center.
Brentwood MD Property Values
Housing options in Brentwood vary and include numerous frame bungalows, I-houses, ranch houses, Cape Cods, and a number of houses with Queen Anne styling. The majority of houses were built during and immediately following World War II, thanks to the flood of workers looking to contribute to the war effort. Brentwood today is an ethnically and culturally diverse place to live, which is unsurprising since Captain Bartlett encouraged the sale of his first homes to government clerks and African-American veterans whom he had commanded during the Civil War.
Brentwood MD History
Like the DC neighborhood which shares its name, Brentwood is named for Brent’s Wood: a mansion built by the District’s first mayor, Robert Brent, as a wedding gift for his daughter. Some years after the American Civil War, the land that is now Brentwood, Maryland was purchased by Captain Wallace A. Bartlett and with hopes of development and subdivision, he formed the Holladay, Mount Rainier, and Brentwood Companies. In 1917, the West Brentwood Improvement Association was formed and its members drew up boundaries and began improvements such as the purchase and installation of ten kerosene lamps. Only four years later Brentwood was incorporated as a town.
Brentwood MD Transportation & Location
Brentwood has no Metrorail station, but it is serviced by a number of bus lines and Rhode Island Ave (US-1) cuts through the southern part of town, providing swift access into and out of the District of Columbia.
Brentwood is bounded by the Northwest Branch of the Anacostia River to the north, 34th St to the west, Pennwood Rd to the south, and North Brentwood to the east.
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