Silver Spring, MD


Silver Spring offers all the entertainment and arts you would expect from a major city, without all the congestion and inconveniences that come with city living.

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Living in Silver Spring offers you the arts and entertainment you'd expect from a major city, without the hassles or traffic of the big city. As this is more like the suburbs than a city, its streets are quiet and have plenty of space. 

Silver Spring is located on the southern edge of Montgomery County, although it is only 6.2 miles from the heart of Washington, DC., and it frequently feels like a satellite of the nation's capital.

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Cost of Living

The cost of living in Silver Spring is 32.4 percent higher than the national average. The majority of this is due to housing. Homes here are 75 percent more expensive than the national average. Its median home price is approximately $455,000, or $241 per square foot. 

Due to Silver Spring's low homeownership rate, most residents rent their homes. The average monthly rent in Silver Spring is $2,075.


Woodmoor, Blair, South Woodside, and Woodside Park are some of Silver Spring’s neighborhoods. Blair is the place if you want a compact home near downtown. Although they have been extensively remodeled, the houses still retain their elegance. 

Silver Spring's Woodside Park features colonial-style homes on spacious lots. Those living in South 4 Corners enjoy affluent living. South Woodside in Silver Springs makes traveling to Washington, DC simple.

Schools & Universities

Schools like Westover Elementary School, Woodlin Elementary School, and Dr. Charles R. Drew Elementary School stand out in Silver Spring. Two private schools also serve the town, including Barrie School and Paint Branch Montessori School.

Things To Do

Silver Spring is home to several theaters, live performances, public art galleries, from murals to museums. The mix of culture and history is also evident at redeveloped spots such as Acorn Park. This small, grassy space serves as a memorial to Francis Preston Blair, who named the city. 

Arts and culture aren't the only fun things to do here. The dining scene in Silver Spring is unmatched, with more than 150 restaurants in the downtown business district. With culinary delights from around the world and brews from across the town, Silver Spring is a foodie's paradise.

Known for its rich history, tree-lined streets, accessible amenities, and a lot of things to do, Silver Spring is an ideal place to live.

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