Germantown is the heart of Montgomery County and the third largest city in Maryland. Ideally located less than 25 miles from the White House, Germantown has easy access to I-270, the MARC commuter train, and a Ride On shuttle service to the Shady Grove red line metro station, so it is a perfect fit for DC commuters.
Yet most residents find everything they could want within Germantown itself: theaters, arts centers, libraries, shopping centers, stadiums, parks, and even a SoccerPlex that includes 24 professionally maintained outdoor soccer fields. Germantown has it all, whether you're into music celebrations like Oktoberfest, arts festivals of all kinds, or the best shopping in the DC metropolitan area.
Germantown has several public and private schools within its borders, from preschools to Montgomery College. The majority of schools in Germantown rank in the upper half of all schools nationally. For detailed information on which schools in the area have the best teacher/student ratios, standardized test scores, and recently updated equipment, contact us.
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The SoccerPlex in Germantown is one of the ultimate soccer facilities in the country. This amazing place has a total of 24 professionally constructed and maintained outdoor soccer fields! Read more here
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