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    Luxury Homes in Prince George's County, MD

    Located directly adjacent to Washington, DC, our luxury homes in Prince George's County, Maryland, are set in a largely suburban landscape with plenty of character, opportunity, and a population approaching 1 million.

    Blend of Suburban and Rural Living

    New-home construction in Prince George's County, MD, encompasses areas in the vicinity of commercial, educational, and transportation hubs such as Beltsville, Laurel, College Park and Adelphi. Many residents commute to jobs in the capital, while major in-county employers include the University of Maryland and the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Communities inside the beltway such as District Heights and Capitol Heights are the most densely populated here. As one of the prime Prince George's County luxury homebuilders, NVHomes situates its new Maryland homes and townhomes increasingly in the central and southern portions of the county, which offer an enticing blend of rural and suburban living.

    Recreational Opportunities and Cultural Attractions

    Residents of our luxury homes in Prince George's County, Maryland, benefit from extensive environmental planning that ensures abundant access to parks, lakes, rivers, and hiking trails. The environmentally planned community of Greenbelt sits next to the Greenbelt Park forest reserve, while the completion of Metro's Green Line saw the creation of Lake Artemesia Natural Area, fantastic for fishing. Neighborhoods of historical interest include University Park, which still has many of the early homes associated with the University of Maryland's College Park campus, founded in 1856.

    The National Harbor Project

    One major south-county development that has become a nexus for new homes in Prince George's County, MD, is the National Harbor. Situated along the Potomac River waterfront, this aesthetically pleasing retail, housing and convention area has become a major draw for visitors and tourists. Ferries travel regularly across the river from Alexandria, Virginia, and sites of historical importance such as Mount Vernon can be taken in from the waterfront.