Just outside the Beltway and about 30 minutes from DC, you’ll feel transported once you arrive at the Villages of Marlboro, a new mixed-use development that feels exactly like a village – small, friendly, walkable, and welcoming. Since Upper Marlboro was first settled around 1695, it has been a quiet and pastoral retreat. The land around Upper Marlboro was home to several estates, while the town itself served as a busy port town for tobacco ships, turning it into an agricultural, social, and political hot spot. During the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many prominent merchants, lawyers, and politicians lived and worked in the area – and today, they still do. The rolling hills in the surrounding area marry the best of the country – horse farms, pastures, and meadows – with the best of suburban life – family-centric housing developments, two golf clubs, and two major parks. At the end of a busy day, you’ll love coming home to your own slice of pastoral paradise.
1 community in Upper Marlboro
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