burnt mills hills: Burnt Mills Hills Silver Spring - A Lush Mature Neighborhood with Elegant Homes on 1 to 2 Acre Plus Lots
- 02/25/11 11:46 AM
Lush Majestic Settings in a coveted hidden community of only 60 estate homes. Burnt Mills Hills is a quiet pastoral neighborhood of rolling hills, lush indigenous and mature landscaping with Acre+ lots. Burnt Mills Hills was developed by the R. E. Latimer Land Company in the early 1930's after purchasing the land from the McCeney Family and others. The first and main road through the Burnt Mills Hills subdivision is McCeney Avenue. The oldest house is a 1856 Farmhouse, that predates the development. Silver Spring's best kept secret is this sylvan setting off of Route 29 (Colesville Road). It's hard to believe this subdivision is so close to the new Urban area (4 comments)
burnt mills hills: Famous and Infamous People's Houses in Silver Spring, Md - Jack Abramoff
- 12/11/07 04:05 PM
Former Republican Lobbyist Jack Abramoff must have liked Silver Spring as a place to live. Since moving to the area in the 1980's He has owned 4 houses in Silver Spring. Two in the Woodside Park Neighborhood and 2 in the Burnt Mills Hills Neighborhood. During the mid 1980's the Abramoffs lived in a house on Woodside Parkway in Woodside Park. In 1994 they sold the house on Woodside Parkway and moved into this brick and slate Colonial house on Alton Parkway, a larger house on a larger lot in the same neighborhood of Woodside Park.
In 1998 Jack and (4 comments)
burnt mills hills: Silver Spring, MD - Burnt Mills Hills Neighborhood Real Estate
- 08/25/07 07:07 PM
Lush Majestic Settings in a coveted hidden community of only 60 estate homes. Burnt Mills Hills is a quiet pastoral neighborhood of rolling hills, lush indigenous and mature landscaping with Acre+ lots. Silver Spring's best kept secret is this sylvan setting off of Route 29 (Colesville Road). It's hard to believe this subdivision is so close to the new Urban area of Downtown Silver Spring, the Capitol Beltway and just 4 miles from the District of Columbia - Washington DC line.The Burnt Mills Hills subdivision is close to the New Federal Research Center, New Burnt Mills Shopping Center with a Trader Joes Grocery and The White Oak (2 comments)
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