The Maryland suburbs of Washington DC has many hidden jewels — both the houses and the neighborhoods. What a great way to pay testimony to “Jewel Day” than to share one of our favorite hidden jewel neighborhoods, Falconhurst.
The Falconhurst subdivision in Potomac, Md is a magnificent single family home neighborhood made up of sophisticated and stately luxury homes. The majority of these homes were built in the 1970s and 1980s, although many have received upgrades and renovations over the years.
The 177 large estate homes that make up Falconhurst come on generously sized lots and homes range in price generally from $2 million to $5 million dollars. In 2016, 5 homes sold between $1 million and $3.775 million dollars. Amongst neighbors in Falconhurst, you will find many prominent diplomats, professional athletes and CEOs. Falconhurst is currently zoned for several highly ranked public schools in the Montgomery County Public Schools system, including Seven Locks Elementary School, Cabin John Middle School and Winston Churchill High School.
This established Potomac, Md neighborhood has a reputation for being an excellent place to call home.
The Schuman Team has a very special renovated “jewel” of an estate in Falconhurst at 9712 Sorrel Avenue. It’s magnificent, grand “jewel”, gated, in a private idyllic setting of over 2.5 acres with professional landscaping, extensive hardscape, pool, professional tennis court, and guest pool house. The interior just under 14,000 square feet features interesting and unique architectural details including high ceilings, lots of windows and a wonderful floor plan with first floor master. Completely renovated by the present owners.