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3710 Taylor St, BRENTWOOD

3 Beds, 1 Bath, 1,262 SqFt
*Professional photos coming this weekend. Multiple calls from interested buyers during coming soon status, so schedule your showing before this home is under contract!* This well maintained rancher on low-traffic street boasts three bedrooms, one full bath, living room, family room/sun room, eat-in kitchen, dining room, fenced-in, flat backyard, oversized detached garage with space for two vehicles and workshop. One level home with access to all

3505 Webster St, BRENTWOOD

4 Beds, 2½ Baths, 1,588 SqFt
This expanded bungalow is the epitome of Route 1 corridor charm. 3505 Webster sits nicely nestled on a one-way street between 34th St in Mount Rainier & 38th St in Brentwood. The home is situated on gorgeous 1/4 acre lot that features off street parking, fenced in rear yard and simply stunning mature landscaping which can be enjoyed from the inviting front porch or the private rear deck. This home still exudes much of its 1912 original

3716 Taylor St, BRENTWOOD

2 Beds, 1 Bath, 1,012 SqFt
Cozy 2 bedroom, 1 full bath single family colonial on a large corner lot in Brentwood. Beautiful hardwood floors on main level. Gas heat, hot water and stove. New paint. Lots of windows for a bright interior. Large basement with outside access has plenty of room for storage. Within minutes to The Mall at Prince George's with lots of restaurants, shops and entertainment.

4001 Shepherd St, BRENTWOOD

5 Beds, 4 Baths, 2,600 SqFt
Fantastic, newly renovated single family home in historic Brentwood! Located on a large lot with sprawling yards, this 5BR 4BA residence boasts plenty of space, light, and on-trend features & finishings. Gleaming hardwood floors on main level & lush carpeting upstairs. Flowing floorplan, living room with gas fireplace, spacious dining room, and French doors leading to main level bedroom with full ensuite bath, perfect for a home office

4520 38th St, BRENTWOOD

5 Beds, 4 Baths, 3,388 SqFt
Back Up Offers Accepted. MOTIVATED SELLERS! ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED! Nestled in the friendly Brentwood suburb one mile from Washington, DC and surrounded by Mt. Rainier and Hyattsville, this home is close to the arts district, metro, Univ. of MD, community parks and more. Renovated in 2011 and is one of the largest in the neighborhood at over 3300 SQFT - the space inside the home will blow you away and is a must see! The main

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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Listing information last updated on April 16th, 2021 at 10:31pm EDT.