Luxury Single-Family Homes
- | Starting from the Upper $520s
14800 Mary Bowie Parkway
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
Prince George's County
Oak Creek Club is a gated community of majestic estate-style homes with a relaxing, tree-shaded location that puts downtown Washington and all points in the DC and Baltimore suburbs within easy reach. Located in Upper Marlboro, these new luxury homes in Prince George’s County are near outdoor recreation as well. Oak Creek Club features 17 distinct neighborhood enclaves intertwined by a 6-mile trail network. The Village Center, the hub of this huge community, includes Reflection Lake, open park space, the restaurant and pro shop, pool and swim/tennis facility. Also enjoy dinner with friends and family at the new on-site Grove Restaurant.
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Oak Creek Club is the definition of recreation-rich, service-oriented, country club living. It’s a convenient Upper Marlboro, MD location that’s close to shopping, dining, outdoor recreation, arts and cultural events. You are minutes from the Beltway, Rt. 301 and Rt. 50 for easy commutes, and convenient to Annapolis, Fort Meade, and Baltimore.
FairwoodBowie, MD, 20720 , Prince George'sStarting from the Upper $520sElegant single-family homes in an amenity-rich Bowie neighborhood within 12 miles of Washington, DC. Walk to shops.
55+ Active Adult at The Bluffs at Two RiversOdenton, MD, 21113 , Anne ArundelStarting from the Upper $550s3 bedrooms, 2+ baths luxury homes on one level within walking distance to the 15,000+ sq. ft. clubhouse, pools, tennis, fitness, and walking trails!
Wilson's GroveGambrills, MD, 21054 , Anne ArundelStarting from the Upper $670sLuxurious single-family homes in the Crofton, MD area with top-rated Anne Arundel Schools, pool and clubhouse.
Parkside's Executive TownhomesHanover, MD, 21076 , Anne ArundelStarting from the Mid $370sLuxury, 2-car garage, executive townhomes in Hanover, MD’s top selling community surrounded by forest conservation.