Takoma Park is about 2.3 square miles bordered by Silver Spring and Washington D.C. This was one of Washington D.C.'s first railroad-accessible suburbs when it was founded in the late 1800s. You can still see its history in elaborate Victorian and craftsman homes. But Takoma Park isn't a stale museum. It's infused with art and has its own quirky, independent personality. This is easily one of the most unique places to live in Montgomery County.
Rarely available 4th Floor End Unit located at the end of the hallway, close proximity to the stairwell and away from elevator traffic, and on the back corner of the bui...