Rockville real estate is home to the county seat of Montgomery County, one of the country’s most affluent suburbs. The city is also the second largest in the state, boasting more than 55,000 Rockville real estate owners. Yet despite its modern feel, Rockville actually dates back to 8000 B.C.; Native American nomads, who had gathered in the area, would eventually settle here to farm in the 1st millennium B.C. Not surprisingly, Rockville real estate owners are proud of their city’s extremely long history and have made significant efforts toward its preservation. In 1974, the non-profit organization Peerless Rockville was formed to help restore many of the city’s landmarks, including the B&O Railroad Station, the Wire Hardware Company, and Old St. Mary’s Church. Today, these and other heritage sites located on Rockville real estate are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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