Looking for a townhome near Rockville Metro Station?
You’ve got some options.
While we normally consider “walkable” anything within 3/4 of a mile, we expand to 1 mile when talking about neighborhoods “near the metro.”
If you don’t want to live in a garden-style or high-rise but you’d still like to be close to the metro, you may want to consider the following options.
However, you will pay a pretty penny for that distinction.
At the time of this writing, condo fees were over $1,100 dollar a month for the properties.
If you’re looking straight on at 118 Monroe, there is a small row of townhomes that begin on the right.
Rockvile Heights is a subdivision that most people are unlikely to know by name, as there is not the signage and “neighborhood visibility” that accommodates some of the other options in the area.
It sits approximately 0.5 miles away from the Rockville metro and is a bit of an unknown gem.
The townhomes are owned in fee simple and were built in the mid 1980’s; the taxable living area for most properties is around 1,400 while the total square footage tends to be more in the 2,000 range.
It borders the Rockville Pike and is only about half a mile north of the Rockville metro station.
The townhomes were built in the early 1980’s and contain around 2,000 square feet of space.
Some of the townhomes are equipped with garages while others are not.
Rarely on the market, these rowhomes are small in stature but big in value.
Namely, it’s a non-garden-style, non-skyscraper living option a little more than ½ mile from the Rockville metro.
The units don’t have garage parking and contain only between about 700 and 900 square feet.
However, it also makes them extremely affordable (should you be lucky enough to find one on the market).
In 2019, a 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bath unit sold for just a little over 300K.
These townhomes were built in 2007 and 2008, making them somewhat of a victim of the real estate bust.
They are owned in fee simple and at the time of this writing, sell for somewhere between the 400 and 500K mark.
New Mark Commons heads the list of townhomes that are notably within a mile of the Rockville metro, but would likely be considered un-walkable by most folks’ definition.
The townhomes are owned in fee-simple and most of them have a total size of somewhere between 2,000 and 3,000 square feet.
They were mainly built between 1989 and 1990.
Thus, they have a newer feel than most of the other townhomes nearby.
In addition, the townhomes at Rockcrest come equipped with garages.
Hungerford is a neighborhood filled primarily with single-family homes but also contains a few townhomes close to the 7-11 that borders it.
The townhomes were built in the early 80’s and do not come with garage parking for their residents.
Units rarely go on sale here and at the time of this writing, were selling somewhere between 400 and 500K.