Homes for Sale in Derwood Md
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$599,900 : 17412 APPLEWOOD LN, DERWOOD7 beds, 4 baths
$539,900 : 18051 MILL CREEK DR, DERWOOD5 beds, 3 baths
$550,000 : 7848 EPSILON DR, DERWOOD4 beds, 4 baths
$699,888 : 341 PICEA VIEW CT, DERWOOD4 beds, 3 baths
$589,999 : 5601 GRANBY RD, DERWOOD4 beds, 4 baths
$474,900 : 17752 PHELPS HILL LN, DERWOOD3 beds, 4 baths
$500,000 : 7804 MILLER FALL RD, DERWOOD5 beds, 4 baths
$709,990 : 7905 YELLOWSTONE WAY, DERWOOD4 beds, 5 baths
$415,000 : 17713 MILLCREST DR, DERWOOD4 beds, 2 baths
$325,000 : 7213 MILLCREST TER #8-2, DERWOOD3 beds, 3 baths
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Homes for Sale in Derwood Md usually number under 100.
Derwood was first recognized in the 1880s as a train stop on the B&O Railroad at the present intersection of Indianola Drive and Maryland Route 355, in the what is now known as the Derwood Station neighborhood.
A second, larger railroad station was built there from 1886-1889. In the early 1900s, a small community with a store, homes, and a church was thriving in the area surrounding the station. However, because it was located between two larger cities, Derwood did not grow much. Its population leveled off with the invention of the automobile, since people did not need to use trains as much as they did before.
On January 7, 1954, Schwartz Mill caught fire and both it and the Derwood railroad station were destroyed. Derwood station was never rebuilt, since there were not enough passengers traveling through the area.
In 1965, the man-made Lake Needwood was created by impounding Rock Creek, and the lake has become a popular recreation area.
In 1974, the Derwood post office relocated to Redland Shopping Center. It kept the name “Derwood Branch,” designating the entire 20855 zip code area as Derwood, thus greatly increasing the size of Derwood from one neighborhood to the present size. This area began to expand in population, especially after the Shady Grove Metro station opened in 1984.