Welcome to Clarksburg
A charming suburban town with its heart set on growing
Clarksburg is a blossoming suburban community with over 29,000 residents that call it home. Located in Montgomery County, Clarksburg is a quiet, walkable, and growing place for residents with new developments popping up around town. With beautiful neo-traditional colonial homes and contemporary townhouses, you can find a home that fits your lifestyle. Wherever you end up living in Clarksburg, you can rest assured that you will feel at home in this close-knit community.
Since 2000, Clarksburg’s population has exploded as the community has focused on expanding through newer developments and areas in the community; there has been an increase in housing, new shopping centers, and schools. Due to its focus on becoming a more modern community, there have been many families moving North towards Clarksburg for newer homes and newer communities. Also, while Clarksburg has everything you can hope for in close proximity, the community is off of Interstate 270 (I-270), which connects you to Washington D.C. with ease.
What to Love
- Walkable and quiet community
- An array of beautiful homes with varying architecture
- Newer shopping centers, schools, and houses in the community
- Proximity to I-270 connects the community to Washington D.C.
Clarksburg is a diverse community with a wealth of kindness. When you’re walking through the avenues of this community, you can be sure you’ll run into a neighbor waiting to greet you with a hearty hello. Clarksburg is the home of families and young professionals looking to connect with one another. Whether you’re walking through your neighborhood for an afternoon stroll or heading down to the Clarksburg Premium Outlets, you’ll feel the sense of community coursing through Clarksburg. While Clarksburg currently stands as a beautiful community, it should be noted that it is still growing, and the members of the community, new and old, can shape it into their heart’s desire.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Things to Do
Besides eating and shopping your way through Clarksburg, there are plenty of things to do and connect to nature. Black Hill Regional Park is a 2,000-acre park with a playground, dog park, and picnic shelter. You can bring the family, including the dog, to enjoy the spectacular Little Seneca Lake, or take on one of the several trails in the park.
Sugarloaf Mountain is also near Clarksburg. This site is a Registered Natural Landmark. Hike up Sugarloaf Mountain for a view you won’t soon forget, or take a stroll to see the leaves changing in the fall. Whatever you choose to do at Sugarloaf, it’s the perfect backdrop for a day out in the sun.
Clarksburg offers its young residents plenty of highly-rated schools to choose from throughout the community, and they are served by the Montgomery County Public Schools district.
Are you ready to call this quiet, walkable, but blossoming community home? Browse our Clarksburg homes for sale and then contact Clarksburg real estate expert Jack Wang to find your dream home today.