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Old 05-31-2010, 11:11 AM
 
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Hi All,

We saw a house we liked on Craigslist in Berwyn Heights about a mile or two from two metro stations on the Green line (College Park and Greenbelt). Do you know anything about Berwyn Heights? I tried to find info online but couldn't turn up too much. Would this be a good fit for us? Let me know what you think!

My husband and I just got married and are going to be moving from NYC to DC in early to late August (we're flexible with the timing). I am a publicist and he works for the government. My office will be near Farragut North/Dupont area and his will be near Foggy Bottom. We're looking for a rental house/townhome in Maryland that will allow us to get to work fairly easily (house definitely preferred). Our price range is $1600-$2100 a month depending on the house/location. We're open to different neighborhoods. We have two small dogs (both under 15 lbs) and like peace and quiet and a decent amount of space.

Requirements:

safe/quiet neighborhood

near metro

yard or patio

dishwasher

pet friendly

$1600-$2100/month
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Old 05-31-2010, 01:36 PM
 
Location: Huntersville/Charlotte, NC and Washington, DC
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Hi All,

We saw a house we liked on Craigslist in Berwyn Heights about a mile or two from two metro stations on the Green line (College Park and Greenbelt). Do you know anything about Berwyn Heights? I tried to find info online but couldn't turn up too much. Would this be a good fit for us? Let me know what you think!

My husband and I just got married and are going to be moving from NYC to DC in early to late August (we're flexible with the timing). I am a publicist and he works for the government. My office will be near Farragut North/Dupont area and his will be near Foggy Bottom. We're looking for a rental house/townhome in Maryland that will allow us to get to work fairly easily (house definitely preferred). Our price range is $1600-$2100 a month depending on the house/location. We're open to different neighborhoods. We have two small dogs (both under 15 lbs) and like peace and quiet and a decent amount of space.

Requirements:

safe/quiet neighborhood

near metro

yard or patio

dishwasher

pet friendly

$1600-$2100/month
Berwyn Heights is a very well-kept secret in PG County. Nice small homes. Low crime when compared to nearby areas.
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Old 06-02-2010, 07:47 AM
 
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Berwyn Heights is a great commuter location, and has access to some lovely parks and recreation areas (Lake Artemesia, tennis Center, Aviation Museum, Greenbelt Park) -- lots of dogs and families. Some beautiful victorian homes, as well as smaller ramblers, split foyers as well. Nice community center right in the middle of town.

Greenbelt and Hyattsville may also work for you as well.
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