Explore The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing
At The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing, you'll enjoy a lifestyle that blends privacy, luxury, quality, and location. Situated in historic Poolesville, Maryland, you can expect small-town living with big city conveniences. Take a stroll down the picturesque main street and stop in one of the great local shops or restaurants before picking the kids up at one of the top-rated schools in the country. The Poolesville High School has been ranked #1 in Maryland by The Washington Post and US News and World Report and has been among the top 100 high schools nationwide! The location is a great feature and our homeowners love that they can take a quick trip into Washington, D.C., to experience the rich history and fun places the city has to offer. With access to major thoroughfares and transit, it is an easy commute from The Reserve. Kettler Forlines Homes invites you to discover The Reserve - a distinctive community with a distinctive town. Our custom-built homes reflect the attention to detail and quality craftsmanship that has been the benchmark of our company for over 40 years. Take a closer look at The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing.
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Washington, DC to Poolesville, MD
- I-270 Northbound toward Frederick from I-495
- Exit 6 - MD Route 28 West (Darnestown Road) towards Poolesville
- Bear left on MD Route 107 (White’s Ferry Road)
- White’s Ferry Road becomes Fisher Ave. when you enter Poolesville
- Turn right at 4 way stop on MD Route 109N (Elgin Road)
- Model Home will be on your right
Escape the urban life to the small town of Poolesville—population: 5,328.
Boasting Maryland’s top-ranked school district, Poolesville is a scenic small town with a rich history dating back to 1760. The town reflects high standards for a quality lifestyle, a place where people take pride in their community.
Montgomery County Public Schools are known throughout the nation as being some of the top-performing schools in the U.S.
This Montgomery County town features 7 miles of trails, beginning in area parks, like Whites Ferry, Sugarloaf Mountain and the C&O Canal. The vast trail network presents recreational opportunities for residents.
Splash, swim, or just cool off at the Western County Outdoor Pool. an aquatic center with a variety of pools for laps, recreation, and water play.
Living in Poolesville also offers access to the scenic, 380-acre Poolesville Golf Course, which includes almost 7,000 yards of championship golf and league play, as well as a large pavilion for hosting events. Whalen Commons in Downtown Poolesville serves as a gathering place at the heart of the town. The weekly Farmers’ Market, Friday on the Commons, Summer Movies, and a Holiday Lighting Ceremony bring visitors together in this close-knit community. Poolesville Day is an annual celebration and a family tradition.
We invite you to explore Poolesville for your new hometown. Whether you choose The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing or have your own land in mind, talk to Kettler Forlines Homes, the Poolesville home specialists!