THE SQUARE WOODS

Est 1766

History | Heritage | Tradition

 

Escape complexity - come live the simple life at Square Woods - a peaceful Custom Home Community that offers rural solitude, storied tradition, and a rich legacy of more than 250 years.

Square Woods is a 5 lot development located in Western Howard County, with 4 available lots that adjoin the existing homestead. The custom home sites are 3-5 acres in size, with pastoral surroundings, and are ready to build with recorded lots, wells, perc tests, and site plans.

This delightful borough is located in the heart of Woodbine, MD, and traces its roots to the original land grant of 1766 on which Oakdale Manor was built.  Square Woods is surrounded by several well-known Howard County registered historic landmarks, including Wilderness, Cherry Grove, and Hobson's Choice.

With an approximate 30 minute drive to the Capital Beltway, Square Woods is the ideal rural getaway for Washington DC and Montgomery County commuters looking for the quiet respite of Western Howard County.

Presented in partnership with exclusive builder JMB Homes, you can now own a piece of Maryland History, and still enjoy the modern conveniences of a quality custom home.  Personalize one of 5 carefully curated floorplans to suit your needs, or meet with us to dream and design a one-of-a-kind home to perfectly suit your lifestyle.

 

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