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The gorgeous Kensington model is in full bloom!

Categories: Brightwell Crossing, Kensington Model, News | Posted: March 30, 2017 | Comments Off on The gorgeous Kensington model is in full bloom!

Spring is in the air, which means nicer weather, grilling season, and outdoor gatherings! The stunning move-in ready Kensington model, located at 19522 Lewis Orchard Lane in The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing, will be your family party headquarters for years to come!

  • The open floorplan is perfect for entertaining – plenty of conversation areas and room to move around.
  • The basement rec room will be a huge hit with the kids – tons of space to hang out and play games!
  • The gourmet kitchen features a center island and so much counter space for baking and prep work. Plus, the double ovens and large range will make cooking your feast a breeze!
  • The dining room is elegant and ideal for extravagant family dinners and celebrations of all kinds.
  • Plant your roots at this new home, priced at $839,900.


The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing is conveniently located near the greater Washington D.C. area, within minutes of cities throughout Virginia and Maryland. Children attend high-quality schools, such as Poolesville Elementary, John Poole Middle School, and Poolesville High School, which also features the Poolesville High School Magnet Program.

For more information, visit Contact George Neill today at 301-208-2588 or if you’d like to visit this home in person.

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Why live in Montgomery County? You’ll never be bored!

Categories: Brightwell Crossing, News | Posted: March 22, 2017 | Comments Off on Why live in Montgomery County? You’ll never be bored!

In addition to being the most populous county in Maryland, Montgomery County has the benefit of being near a large array of interesting historic places and entertainment sources. Whether you like nature, the arts or sports, you’ll never be bored in Montgomery County!

  1. Great Falls Park. Part of the National Park System, these historic falls are just a 20 minute drive from Potomac, MD. You can explore one of the canals, see the Great Falls of the Potomac, or enjoy a hike along Mather Gorge’s dramatic cliff tops.
  1. Museums & Historical Sites. From the Clara Barton National Historic Site in Glen Echo, to the Museum of Medical Research in Bethesda, to the John Poole House in Poolesville, Montgomery County is packed with history and education.
  1. Sugarloaf Mountain. This unique geographic attraction in nearby Frederick County is perfect for hiking, rock climbing, picnicking, and sightseeing. The views are spectacular.
  1. White’s Ferry. As the only cable ferry service that carries cars, bicycles, and pedestrians across the Potomac River, White’s Ferry offers fishing services and rentals of water recreation including canoeing, as well as transportation to the antique shops in VA.
  1. Strathmore. A nonprofit multi-disciplinary arts center based in North Bethesda, Strathmore is best known for performances and events at the Music Center at Strathmore, as well as visual and performing arts in the smaller Mansion at Strathmore.
  1. The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Located on the banks of the Potomac River in Washington, DC, the Kennedy Center holds the honor of being our National Cultural Center. You can enjoy world-class opera, theatre and ballet.

7. Professional Sports. There are plenty of professional sports teams to root for when you         live in Montgomery County. Residents are just an hour or so from the Nationals or the Orioles, the Capitals, the Wizards, the Redskins, or the Ravens.