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One of the notable, elite addresses in Maryland real estate is the Wheaton-Glenmont, Maryland area. Located within Montgomery County, Wheaton-Glenmont is a census-designated place that occupies 10.2 square miles with a population of 61,910 people. The US Census Bureau considers the two communities one area, with the consequence of exact boundaries somewhat unclear.
Wheaton-Glenmont is defined by its gently rolling hills punctuated by small streams fed by storm drainage and natural springs. Streams on the east are part of the Anacostia River watershed and flow into the Northwest Branch of the Anacostia that empties into the Potomac. Streams on the west reach the Potomac via Rock Creek, with Georgia Avenue as the dividing line between two drainage areas.
Wheaton-Glenmont is a less affluent community than others within the Maryland real estate spectrum. Median family income for 2009 was $61,800, up from 2000. Likewise, the median house or townhome value in Wheaton-Glenmont is $360,600, also up from 2000.
Its residents are predominantly college graduates, with occupations in such areas as computer specialists, building/grounds cleaning and maintenance, other management occupations and electrical equipment mechanics and other repair occupations.
A few of the notable locations in Wheaton-Glenmont are the Indian Spring Country Club, Roundhouse Theater Company, Glenmont Metro Station, Senior Citizens Center, Wheaton Regional Library and Maryland College of Arts and Designs. Wheaton-Glenmont is proud of its community and welcomes those who embrace its history, traditions and commitment to community-centered living.
With its Montgomery County Public Schools presence, Wheaton-Glenmont is served by two elementary and two public high schools. This is a community worthy of its respected place in Maryland real estate and one that will continue to justify its place on the Maryland map.