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2919 PUMPKIN ST
2919 Pumpkin Street
Clinton, MD
5 Bedrooms
$3,975
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
Lovely single family home located on an acre of land is waiting for you. Home offers private lot on Cul de Sac.
1 Unit Available
9106 SIMPSON LANE
9106 Simpson Lane
Clinton, MD
1 Bedroom
$550
1416 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
ROOM FOR RENT w/in single family home. Tenants occupy level and owner occupies top level. One bedroom available for rent with access to kitchen, laundry and parking. All tenants share in responsibilities/upkeep.
1 Unit Available
6911 GOLDEN RAINTREE COURT
6911 Golden Raintree Court
Clinton, MD
4 Bedrooms
$3,295
3442 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
NICE 4 BEDROOM 3.5 BATH COLONIAL HOME ON A CUL DE SAC IN SUMMIT CREEK. HOME IS LARGE AND SHOWS VERY WELL .
1 Unit Available
7603 HUNTSMAN COURT
7603 Huntsman Court
Clinton, MD
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1488 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
Must See *** Very well kept 3 bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
6608 Cork Tree Way
6608 Cork Tree Way
Clinton, MD
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
2000 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
Huge 2 Bed/1 Bath Basement Apartment in Clinton! An open floor plan including a spacious living room and separate dining room! Eat-in kitchen offers tiled floors, beautiful custom cabinets and ample cabinet storage, and nice appliances.
1 Unit Available
9602 Gwynndale Drive
9602 Gwynndale Drive
Clinton, MD
1 Bedroom
$800
120 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 08:04 AM
1 Private fully furnished room with separate entrance in a beautiful home. Contains a separate kitchen, walkway and hallway with a shared laundry. The room (13" × 12") is $800 monthly. The Security deposit is 1 month's rent.
1 Unit Available
11218 Brandywine Road
11218 Brandywine Road
Clinton, MD
5 Bedrooms
$2,350
1125 sqft
Last updated June 5 at 09:37 PM
We care about your health and safety as well as the community during the COVID-19 crisis. Even when using a self-showing option, please comply with all local directives and orders aimed at reducing exposure.
1 Unit Available
9314 Fox Run Drive
9314 Fox Run Drive
Clinton, MD
4 Bedrooms
$2,695
2610 sqft
Last updated March 5 at 10:07 PM
Make this charming 4 bedroom 2 bathroom house your new home! This home features a bright and spacious kitchen and dining room perfect for entertaining! The inviting living room offers ample room to enjoy an evening in or take your night outside to
1 Unit Available
8610 WENDY ST
8610 Wendy Street
Clinton, MD
4 Bedrooms
$2,850
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
LOCATION,LOCATION, LOCATION- Well maintained Brick Front Colonial located in Cheltenham Park.
1 Unit Available
8400 BELLEFONTE LANE
8400 Bellefonte Lane
Clinton, MD
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
1089 sqft
Last updated April 10 at 02:16 AM
Shows Great. MOVE IN Ready. Private lot. Off Street Parking.Lovely 4 bdrm, 2 ba home with fully finished basement, gourmet kitchen with marble flooring, deck, sunroom,enclosed porch, carport and more. Close to beltway and Andrews Air Force Base.
Results within 1 mile of Clinton
1 Unit Available
9205 PINEHURST DRIVE
9205 Pinehurst Drive
Friendly, MD
3 Bedrooms
$2,550
2125 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
Move-in ready, warm and cozy home! Beautifully renovated, spacious, new kitchen with granite countertops/SS appliances, hardwood floors in living/dining and entire lower level.
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42 Units Available
Andrews Ridge
5635 Regency Park Ct
Suitland, MD | Suitland-Silver Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,203
860 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,346
1052 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,596
1249 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:40 AM
A newly renovated community with upgraded kitchens and impressive baths. It is located a short drive away from the metro station for easy commuting in and out of the area.
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20 Units Available
Heather Hill
5837 Fisher Rd
Temple Hills, MD | Temple Hills
1 Bedroom
$1,230
716 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,525
998 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,830
1176 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:40 AM
Recently upgraded apartments that feature private fireplace, patio and in-unit laundry. The pet-friendly community is located a short distance away from I-495 and the National Harbor.
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9 Units Available
Remington Place
2602 Brinkley Rd
Fort Washington, MD | Oxon Hill-Glassmanor
Studio
$1,095
490 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,275
705 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 10:40 AM
Elegant high-rise living with all the culture and historic attraction of Fort Washington. Deluxe units feature appliances, air conditioning, dishwasher and walk-in closets. Community offers 24-hour maintenance, gym, pool and more.
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3 Units Available
Harbour Manor
4513 23rd Pkwy
Hillcrest Heights, MD | Hillcrest Heights
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,620
995 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 10:40 AM
Beautiful one-bedroom units in classical and signature style. Large open spaces with giant walk-in closets, and private balcony or patio with impressive view. In-unit laundry and onsite parking available.
Verified
26 Units Available
Aspire Apollo
4451 Telfair Blvd
Camp Springs, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,690
775 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,064
1190 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,570
1437 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:37 AM
A U-shaped, four-story mega-complex, every Aspire apartment overlooks the pool in the center of the grounds. Complete with a clubhouse, coffee-bar and game room. Apartments come with hardwood floors and granite counters in the kitchens.
Verified
28 Units Available
Esplanade at National Harbor
250 American Way
National Harbor, MD
Studio
$1,618
630 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,645
846 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,489
1156 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:37 AM
Shop and dine along the Potomac. These 1-2 bedroom apartments offer modern kitchens with granite counters, in-unit laundry, and balcony. Enjoy putting green, pool, and other amenities.
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3 Units Available
Raleigh Court Apartments
4431 23rd Pkwy
Hillcrest Heights, MD | Hillcrest Heights
1 Bedroom
$1,330
670 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 06:21 AM
Quaint apartments featuring bathtubs, giant walk-in closets, dishwasher and hardwood floors. Swimming pool and laundry on site. 24-hour maintenance teams on call. Parking available. Pets welcome.
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1 Unit Available
Dunhill South Apartments
5815 Marlboro Pike
Forestville, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,310
786 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 06:08 AM
Enjoy quality living at Dunhill South Apartments. Dunhill South Apartments offers modern, spacious, charming living.
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13 Units Available
Tribeca at Camp Springs
4701 Old Soper Rd
Camp Springs, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,758
1018 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,142
1308 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
A modern, upscale community. Community amenities include a pool, clubroom, business center, putting green and play area. Each home features granite countertops, custom cabinetry, large kitchens and high ceilings. Pets allowed.
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5 Units Available
Madison Gardens
3220 Swann Rd
Suitland, MD | Suitland-Silver Hill
Studio
$1,150
500 sqft
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,340
758 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:44 AM
Spacious apartments designed to receive ample sunlight during the day. Located close to I-495 and Pennsylvania Avenue for and easy commute, it is also just a couple of blocks away from Suitland Metro Station.
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20 Units Available
The Residences at Silver Hill
3501 Terrace Dr
Silver Hill, MD | Suitland-Silver Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,320
767 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,460
900 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
Modern apartments located along Highway 458 and close to Suitland Parkway. Features include designer kitchens, a full selection of house appliances and in-unit laundry. Includes a courtyard, a community garden and a playground.
Verified
39 Units Available
Harbor Place
1101 Palmer Rd
Fort Washington, MD | Oxon Hill-Glassmanor
1 Bedroom
$1,430
717 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,740
935 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
1053 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:44 AM
Luxury apartments located minutes from fine dining and attractions, including Gaylord National Harbor and Convention Center, Old Towne Alexandria, Reagan Airport, Rosecroft Raceway, and Six Flags. Pool, gym, business center and concierge services.
Verified
11 Units Available
The District at Forestville
2723 Lorring Dr
Forestville, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,385
788 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,130
1025 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,498
1100 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:46 AM
Great location and luxury accommodations. This suburban paradise is close to Washington, D.C. city attractions, parks and Six Flags resort. Pet-friendly, recently renovated apartments feature patio/balcony, appliances and air conditioning. Pool and clubhouse.
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City Guide

Clinton
The lights are bright tonight / And your eyes shine tonight on Chesapeake Bay / Walk through the water and our feet get wet / And on the dark ended water I see your silhouette / Five dollars says that it's gone in a minute / Five dollars says that your heart goes with it." (- The Mountain Goats, "Going to Maryland")
The lights are bright tonight / And your eyes shine tonight on Chesapeake Bay / Walk through the water and our feet get wet / And on the dark ended water I see your silhouette / Five dollars says that it's gone in a minute / Five dollars says that your heart goes with it." (- The Mountain Goats, "Going to Maryland")

Clinton, MD is an unusual place with a history tightly intertwined in the Civil War, Abraham Lincolns assassination and the last ditch maniacal efforts of some on the Confederate side. Today, however, its one of the most liberal and comfortable areas in the nation It has relatively manageable real estate for Maryland, where scads of well-to-do folks shack up on picturesque pieces of land. Big homes, big minds and big plans sums up the place pretty well. Government workers arrive here in droves. Renters dont do so well, as most people opt to buy, but there are a handful of leasable parcels ripe for the picking if you look hard. Search thoroughly you must. On the other hand, this place is only going to get better with age.

A Fascinating History

Clinton was once known as Surrattsville, and many want to return to the original moniker, but the reason for the change is a compelling one. Surratts Tavern is where John Wilkes Booth gathered his weapons and supplies after assassinating the president at Fords Theatre; it was his mother’s property. After the war ended, the town decided to change the name first to Robeysville, after that to Post Master, and then to Clinton. Many locals still call it Surrattsville, so be prepared to take that title on when you arrive.

As might be guessed, there are many places of historical distinction in this area, and they’re all worth investigating. This is where America began to form so taking the time to investigate is a must, especially since the population is well educated and highly intellectual. Having some educational foundation for a good debate is a highly prized quality.

A Fascinating History
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Clinton was once known as Surrattsville, and many want to return to the original moniker, but the reason for the change is a compelling one. Surratts Tavern is where John Wilkes Booth gathered his weapons and supplies after assassinating the president at Fords Theatre; it was his mother’s property. After the war ended, the town decided to change the name first to Robeysville, after that to Post Master, and then to Clinton. Many locals still call it Surrattsville, so be prepared to take that title on when you arrive.

As might be guessed, there are many places of historical distinction in this area, and they’re all worth investigating. This is where America began to form so taking the time to investigate is a must, especially since the population is well educated and highly intellectual. Having some educational foundation for a good debate is a highly prized quality.

Politics

Clinton is just a hop, skip and jump away from the DC metro area, closer than the long commutes by car or train would at first suggest, so you better believe people have opinions about everything from term limits to drone strikes. Expect to engage in political debates. The town skews heavily, heavily liberal, but anyone who can hold his own with logic and passion is welcome... if you can stand the heat.

Politics
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Clinton is just a hop, skip and jump away from the DC metro area, closer than the long commutes by car or train would at first suggest, so you better believe people have opinions about everything from term limits to drone strikes. Expect to engage in political debates. The town skews heavily, heavily liberal, but anyone who can hold his own with logic and passion is welcome... if you can stand the heat.

Need to Know

Besides a passion for politics and an interest in history, you’re going to need a car, friend. There is definitely public transportation at work here, and many people utilize it to get into the capital, but day-to-day errands and entertainment are infinitely easier with a car, and in most cases, totally required. Plus, this is a neighborhood filled with homeowners; they even drive to the train!

Speaking of home ownership, that’s how it’s done around here. There are patches of rentals, but some 90 percent of residents own a home, making finding a temporary spot not only difficult but also strange, as in, people will think youre strange. Vacancy rates, as expected, are bottom of the barrel, so give yourself a solid month or more to find something suitable, or bite the bullet and buy.

Need to Know
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Besides a passion for politics and an interest in history, you’re going to need a car, friend. There is definitely public transportation at work here, and many people utilize it to get into the capital, but day-to-day errands and entertainment are infinitely easier with a car, and in most cases, totally required. Plus, this is a neighborhood filled with homeowners; they even drive to the train!

Speaking of home ownership, that’s how it’s done around here. There are patches of rentals, but some 90 percent of residents own a home, making finding a temporary spot not only difficult but also strange, as in, people will think youre strange. Vacancy rates, as expected, are bottom of the barrel, so give yourself a solid month or more to find something suitable, or bite the bullet and buy.

Go Big or Go Home (to a Big House)

Neighborhoods here are fairly similar, with a few rare standouts among the bunch. Renters: skip over everything and head straight to Coles Corner or risk digging through slim pickings for months, maybe more.

Danville: Close to Fort Washington, this area has single family homes and townhomes, but not a single rental. Really. Like all the neighborhoods of Clinton, there are long commutes and gobs of government workers.

Town Center: Right in the middle of everything, just the way you like it. More amenities here, but zero of them are apartments for rent. These are all large single family homes. Dust off your snifter and polish your monocle.

Coles Corner: Heads up renters! Rejoice! There are high-rise apartment buildings here, right next to Andrews Naval Air Facility, with two bedroom apartments that are inexpensive. There’s even a halfway decent vacancy rate. Most folks take public trans too, so you can make friends on the way to work.

Clinton Heights: The most expensive area, with the biggest houses, and that same elevated level of urbane taste in the arts and fancy mustaches (probably). You’ll pay for that distinction, with a mortgage. Oh, and an almost nonexistent vacancy rate.

Future inhabitants of Clinton, it’s important you recognize that this is not a place for renters. I’ts not impossible, it’s not totally unheard of, but it is strange, especially since right across the I-495 there is a renters' paradise. But suit yourself. Just study up on the Civil War, practice your Ps and Qs, develop a fancy for the finer things in life, and start watching The Daily Show.

Go Big or Go Home (to a Big House)
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Neighborhoods here are fairly similar, with a few rare standouts among the bunch. Renters: skip over everything and head straight to Coles Corner or risk digging through slim pickings for months, maybe more.

Danville: Close to Fort Washington, this area has single family homes and townhomes, but not a single rental. Really. Like all the neighborhoods of Clinton, there are long commutes and gobs of government workers.

Town Center: Right in the middle of everything, just the way you like it. More amenities here, but zero of them are apartments for rent. These are all large single family homes. Dust off your snifter and polish your monocle.

Coles Corner: Heads up renters! Rejoice! There are high-rise apartment buildings here, right next to Andrews Naval Air Facility, with two bedroom apartments that are inexpensive. There’s even a halfway decent vacancy rate. Most folks take public trans too, so you can make friends on the way to work.

Clinton Heights: The most expensive area, with the biggest houses, and that same elevated level of urbane taste in the arts and fancy mustaches (probably). You’ll pay for that distinction, with a mortgage. Oh, and an almost nonexistent vacancy rate.

Future inhabitants of Clinton, it’s important you recognize that this is not a place for renters. I’ts not impossible, it’s not totally unheard of, but it is strange, especially since right across the I-495 there is a renters' paradise. But suit yourself. Just study up on the Civil War, practice your Ps and Qs, develop a fancy for the finer things in life, and start watching The Daily Show.

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City Guide

Clinton
The lights are bright tonight / And your eyes shine tonight on Chesapeake Bay / Walk through the water and our feet get wet / And on the dark ended water I see your silhouette / Five dollars says that it's gone in a minute / Five dollars says that your heart goes with it." (- The Mountain Goats, "Going to Maryland")
The lights are bright tonight / And your eyes shine tonight on Chesapeake Bay / Walk through the water and our feet get wet / And on the dark ended water I see your silhouette / Five dollars says that it's gone in a minute / Five dollars says that your heart goes with it." (- The Mountain Goats, "Going to Maryland")

Clinton, MD is an unusual place with a history tightly intertwined in the Civil War, Abraham Lincolns assassination and the last ditch maniacal efforts of some on the Confederate side. Today, however, its one of the most liberal and comfortable areas in the nation It has relatively manageable real estate for Maryland, where scads of well-to-do folks shack up on picturesque pieces of land. Big homes, big minds and big plans sums up the place pretty well. Government workers arrive here in droves. Renters dont do so well, as most people opt to buy, but there are a handful of leasable parcels ripe for the picking if you look hard. Search thoroughly you must. On the other hand, this place is only going to get better with age.

A Fascinating History

Clinton was once known as Surrattsville, and many want to return to the original moniker, but the reason for the change is a compelling one. Surratts Tavern is where John Wilkes Booth gathered his weapons and supplies after assassinating the president at Fords Theatre; it was his mother’s property. After the war ended, the town decided to change the name first to Robeysville, after that to Post Master, and then to Clinton. Many locals still call it Surrattsville, so be prepared to take that title on when you arrive.

As might be guessed, there are many places of historical distinction in this area, and they’re all worth investigating. This is where America began to form so taking the time to investigate is a must, especially since the population is well educated and highly intellectual. Having some educational foundation for a good debate is a highly prized quality.

A Fascinating History
+

Clinton was once known as Surrattsville, and many want to return to the original moniker, but the reason for the change is a compelling one. Surratts Tavern is where John Wilkes Booth gathered his weapons and supplies after assassinating the president at Fords Theatre; it was his mother’s property. After the war ended, the town decided to change the name first to Robeysville, after that to Post Master, and then to Clinton. Many locals still call it Surrattsville, so be prepared to take that title on when you arrive.

As might be guessed, there are many places of historical distinction in this area, and they’re all worth investigating. This is where America began to form so taking the time to investigate is a must, especially since the population is well educated and highly intellectual. Having some educational foundation for a good debate is a highly prized quality.

Politics

Clinton is just a hop, skip and jump away from the DC metro area, closer than the long commutes by car or train would at first suggest, so you better believe people have opinions about everything from term limits to drone strikes. Expect to engage in political debates. The town skews heavily, heavily liberal, but anyone who can hold his own with logic and passion is welcome... if you can stand the heat.

Politics
+

Clinton is just a hop, skip and jump away from the DC metro area, closer than the long commutes by car or train would at first suggest, so you better believe people have opinions about everything from term limits to drone strikes. Expect to engage in political debates. The town skews heavily, heavily liberal, but anyone who can hold his own with logic and passion is welcome... if you can stand the heat.

Need to Know

Besides a passion for politics and an interest in history, you’re going to need a car, friend. There is definitely public transportation at work here, and many people utilize it to get into the capital, but day-to-day errands and entertainment are infinitely easier with a car, and in most cases, totally required. Plus, this is a neighborhood filled with homeowners; they even drive to the train!

Speaking of home ownership, that’s how it’s done around here. There are patches of rentals, but some 90 percent of residents own a home, making finding a temporary spot not only difficult but also strange, as in, people will think youre strange. Vacancy rates, as expected, are bottom of the barrel, so give yourself a solid month or more to find something suitable, or bite the bullet and buy.

Need to Know
+

Besides a passion for politics and an interest in history, you’re going to need a car, friend. There is definitely public transportation at work here, and many people utilize it to get into the capital, but day-to-day errands and entertainment are infinitely easier with a car, and in most cases, totally required. Plus, this is a neighborhood filled with homeowners; they even drive to the train!

Speaking of home ownership, that’s how it’s done around here. There are patches of rentals, but some 90 percent of residents own a home, making finding a temporary spot not only difficult but also strange, as in, people will think youre strange. Vacancy rates, as expected, are bottom of the barrel, so give yourself a solid month or more to find something suitable, or bite the bullet and buy.

Go Big or Go Home (to a Big House)

Neighborhoods here are fairly similar, with a few rare standouts among the bunch. Renters: skip over everything and head straight to Coles Corner or risk digging through slim pickings for months, maybe more.

Danville: Close to Fort Washington, this area has single family homes and townhomes, but not a single rental. Really. Like all the neighborhoods of Clinton, there are long commutes and gobs of government workers.

Town Center: Right in the middle of everything, just the way you like it. More amenities here, but zero of them are apartments for rent. These are all large single family homes. Dust off your snifter and polish your monocle.

Coles Corner: Heads up renters! Rejoice! There are high-rise apartment buildings here, right next to Andrews Naval Air Facility, with two bedroom apartments that are inexpensive. There’s even a halfway decent vacancy rate. Most folks take public trans too, so you can make friends on the way to work.

Clinton Heights: The most expensive area, with the biggest houses, and that same elevated level of urbane taste in the arts and fancy mustaches (probably). You’ll pay for that distinction, with a mortgage. Oh, and an almost nonexistent vacancy rate.

Future inhabitants of Clinton, it’s important you recognize that this is not a place for renters. I’ts not impossible, it’s not totally unheard of, but it is strange, especially since right across the I-495 there is a renters' paradise. But suit yourself. Just study up on the Civil War, practice your Ps and Qs, develop a fancy for the finer things in life, and start watching The Daily Show.

Go Big or Go Home (to a Big House)
+

Neighborhoods here are fairly similar, with a few rare standouts among the bunch. Renters: skip over everything and head straight to Coles Corner or risk digging through slim pickings for months, maybe more.

Danville: Close to Fort Washington, this area has single family homes and townhomes, but not a single rental. Really. Like all the neighborhoods of Clinton, there are long commutes and gobs of government workers.

Town Center: Right in the middle of everything, just the way you like it. More amenities here, but zero of them are apartments for rent. These are all large single family homes. Dust off your snifter and polish your monocle.

Coles Corner: Heads up renters! Rejoice! There are high-rise apartment buildings here, right next to Andrews Naval Air Facility, with two bedroom apartments that are inexpensive. There’s even a halfway decent vacancy rate. Most folks take public trans too, so you can make friends on the way to work.

Clinton Heights: The most expensive area, with the biggest houses, and that same elevated level of urbane taste in the arts and fancy mustaches (probably). You’ll pay for that distinction, with a mortgage. Oh, and an almost nonexistent vacancy rate.

Future inhabitants of Clinton, it’s important you recognize that this is not a place for renters. I’ts not impossible, it’s not totally unheard of, but it is strange, especially since right across the I-495 there is a renters' paradise. But suit yourself. Just study up on the Civil War, practice your Ps and Qs, develop a fancy for the finer things in life, and start watching The Daily Show.