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Photo Gallery | Poplar Run: Custom & Convenient Silver Spring Development

Not everyone is ready to jump back into investing in real estate, but if you have just moved into this area or looking to move into a "family-friendly" neighborhood; I would suggest you stop by Poplar Run. 

With mortgage rates at an all time low, home affordability has never been better especially in a new planned community minutes from the InterCounty Connector, and Glenmont Metro Station. The amenities and the community, which felt like suburbia in an urban environment, blew me away.The community seemed like a great place to raise a family, and a getaway from the busy city offering the high quality schools and services found in Montgomery County. 

Poplar Run, located at 13501 Layhill Rd in Silver Spring, and conveniently built on the former Indian Springs Country Club. This family friendly community is comprised of 773 single family homes and townhomes found among 300 acres with 50% open green space. The property offers a great commute to NSA, Fort Meade, Bethesda, Rockville, and DC for those who are new to the area.

“The ease of the commute is unbelievable thanks to the ICC and the metro close by. We are in a fantastic location with very affordable prices and feature the ultimate in amenities,” explained Winchester Homes’ Linda Houck.

There are three single-family model homes starting in the low 500’s and two different townhome models starting in the upper 300’s. 

This planned community was designed to have recreational facilities including volleyball sand courts, a food concession stand, three pools, and bike trails.

Poplar Run and Winchester Homes also offers a “Your home. Your way,” mentality (very nice) with home customization to meet individual needs. Through this unique program, you can create the home of your dreams to fit your price range.

Check out the photos of the property as well as Winchester Home’s newly decorated

“Pemberton” Townhome model.

They have homes available for immediate move-ins through the fall. Visit their website for more information or pass through Montgomery County and tour the community and their five decorated model homes.