Selling Montgomery County
Kari Wilner

MIDCOUNTY Real Estate Analysis


Established in 1794, Brookeville is one of the county’s earliest settlements. The small town is known as “U.S. Capital for a Day,” where the President James Madison fled when the British burned Washington, D.C., in the War of 1812.


Olney was established in the early 1800s as a community of artisans, traders and merchants. Olney was also the highest ranked town in Maryland for America’s Best Places to Live. Originally known as Mechanicsville, Olney has many different historic homes, restaurants and museums.


Settled by Quakers in 1725, this charming town offers many wonderful examples of historic architecture, including the town’s Friends Meeting House constructed in 1817. Sandy Spring has a wonderful museum that shows a lot of the history of Sandy Spring and how it became a well known town in Montgomery County today. It also includes a great adventure park (Adventure Park at Sandy Spring) that is great for family fun of all ages!

Walk Score for Olney

Olney School Data

Olney School Districts

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Olney Schools

Rosa M. Parks Middle School
6-8, public
Belmont Elementary School
K-5, public
Olney Elementary School
K-5, public
William H. Farquhar Middle School
6-8, public
Brooke Grove Elementary School
PK-5, public
St. John’s Episcopal School
PK-8, private
Washington Christian Academy
K-12, private
Our Lady Of Good Counsel High School
9-12, private
St Peter’s School
PK-8, private
The Julia Brown Montessori Schools
PK-3, private
Olney Adventist Preparatory
K-8, private
Oakdale Christian Academy
K, private
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