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  • Conveniently located:

    • 2 miles to:  Live theater and Longwood Recreation Center.

    • 3 miles to:  County indoor pool, ICC MD Route 200, free ICC Park & Ride, and MTA bus.

    • 8 miles to:  Glenmont or Rockville red line Metro Stations. Olney, Maryland Continues to Be One of the Best places to Live


    Once a quiet village comprised mainly of farmland, Olney, MD is now a well-established residential town that has earned statewide and nationwide recognition over the years. Olney is located in Montgomery County, just 20 miles from Washington, D.C. and minutes away from metro stations and the Intercounty Connector.

    Here’s a snapshot of recent acclaim.

    In 2014, Olney made an appearance in Movoto Real Estate’s “These Are The 10 Best Places in Maryland.” The list was compiled through the analysis of factors such as cost of living, crime rate, high school graduation rate, unemployment rate, and median household income. With an unemployment rate of 4.7% and a high school graduation rate of 96%, Olney attracts attention with outstanding academic and employment results.

    In August 2013, Olney earned spot No. 22 in Money Magazine’s “Top-earning towns,” with emphasis on the many amenities that it offers to its 35,000 residents.

    In 2007, Olney ranked No. 17 in Money Magazine’s “100 Best Places to Live.” According to the magazine, the criteria for recognition included economic opportunity, effective schooling, safety, residential activity, and a sense of community.

    Analytical data aside, here’s a snapshot of Olney’s amenities.

    Parks and country clubs:

    -       Olney Manor Recreational Park

    -       Norbeck Park

    -       Cherrywood Park

    -       Greenwood Park

    -       Southeast Olney Park

    -       Olney Manor Dog Park

    -       Olney Manor Skate Park

    -       Olney Family Neighborhood Park

    -       Olney Golf Park

    -       OBGC Community Park

    -       Argyle Country Club

    -       Norbeck Country Club

    -       Montgomery Country Club

    -       Olney Swim Center

    Stores and restaurants:

    -       Several large-chain grocery stores

    -       Specialty food stores and markets

    -       Convenience stores

    -       Drug stores

    -       Restaurants (fast food and fine dining)

    -       Ice cream and dessert shops

    -       Clothing stores

    -       Home goods stores

    -       Electronics stores

    -       Garden center

    -       Ceramic and art studios

    -       Bagel and doughnut shops

    -       Paint store

    -       Carpet and flooring stores

    -       Fitness centers and yoga studios

    -       Seasonal outdoor market: The Olney Farmers and Artists Market serves Olney with farmers’ produce, flowers, food vendors, rotating artists, craftsmen, other item vendors, live demonstrations, and entertainment. Olney Market


    -       MedStar Montgomery Medical Center

    -       Righttime Medical Center (urgent care)

    -       Olney Public Library (new in 2014)

    -       Eye care

    -       Dental; Orthodontic care

    -       Pharmacies

    -       Banks

    -       Gas stations

    -       Auto-repair shops

    -       Hair salons, nail salons, and spas

    -       Pet stores

    -       Dance and karate studios

    -       Child care centers

    -       Attorney; Accounting; Real Estate offices

    -       Financial planners

    -       Auto-driving school

    -       Doctors, pediatricians, physical therapists,and medical specialists

    -       Olney Chamber of Commerce

    -       Police and fire stations



    -       Olney Elementary School

    -       Belmont Elementary School

    -       Brooke Grove Elementary School

    -       Cashell Elementary School

    -       Julia Brown Montessori Schools

    -       Norbeck Montessori School

    -       St. John’s Episcopal School

    -       St. Peter’s School

    -       St. Patrick School

    -       Oakdale Christian Academy

    -       Washington Christian Academy

    -       Sandy Spring Friends School

    -       Olney Adventist Preparatory School

    -       Rosa M. Parks Middle School

    -       William H. Farquhar Middle School

    -       Redland Middle School

    -       Sherwood High School

    -       Our Lady of Good Counsel High School

    -       Magruder High School-Culture and worship:

    -       Churches

    -       Religious and Episcopal schools

    -       Synagogues and congregations

    -       Temples

    -       Mosques

    -       Nondenominational houses of worship

    Culture and entertainment:

    -       Olney Theatre Center

    -       Olney Farmers and Artists Market

    -       Sandy Spring Museum

    -       Woodlawn Manor Living History Museum

    Olney residents enjoy the feel of a small hometown; at the same time, local activities give the town a modern hub charm. Diverse venues, services, and activities generate a strong community spirit, and the civic/homeowners associations within each neighborhood/subdivision reinforce this unity by coordinating events and making use of the recreational and educational sites in the area. With so many facilities—all close by to developments—there is a greater collective encouragement for involvement and pursuit at all levels. This is why, despite its comparably smaller population size, the town of Olney continuously earns high ranking acclaim as the ideal place to live.