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The Olney area has some of the region's richest history. Sandy Spring was founded by the Quakers and was an important link in the underground railroad; and Brookeville was the U.S. capital for a day. Today, the geographical center of Olney is its commercial district at Routes 108 and Georgia Avenue. But you can find the heart of this community in places like the Olney Theatre and the Sandy Spring museum.
Median home prices in Olney have increased steadily over the last five years to around $500,000 making it a moderately affordable area to live in the county.
When searching for homes in the Olney area, include zips 20832, 20833, 20860, 20861 and 20862. Most homes in Olney are assigned to the Sherwood, Magruder and Blake school clusters. Always verify a home's school assignment directly with MCPS.
Beautiful two Level Condo with Balcony and a Fireplace in the Heart of Olney, walking distance to Olney Town Center (Harris Teeter, Panera, Giant, etc.) Low Condo Fee, Ne...