Real estate research blog Redfin released their annual report of the hottest neighborhoods of the year in each city including the D.C. area. It’s no surprise to us that Randolph Hills was on the list at #2. The neighborhood has everything buyers are looking for!
With Metro and MARC train stations less than a mile away and easy access to Interstate 270 and the Capital Beltway, this Montgomery County neighborhood is a commuter’s dream. Randolph Hills is also very close to NIH, Navy, NRC, FDA.
In addition to the easy commute, residents enjoy great dining and shopping options nearby.
Rock Creek and Randolph Hills Park offer residents beautiful green space and great outdoor recreation options. The quiet, tight-knit neighborhood also has an active civic association that coordinates community events throughout the year.
Randolph Hills housing is made up of mostly brick ramblers, built in 1950s and 1960s with 3 beds and 2 baths with a median sales price of $375,000.