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The east coast community of Glenwood, Maryland, located in Howard County, contains acres upon acres of open land. The population of Glenwood is approximately 2,761 residents with 1,364 of them being women (a little over 49%) and 1,397 of them being men (a little under 51%). The median cost of homes in Glenwood is $925,000 and the median amount of square footage per home is 4,680 square feet.
The community of Glenwood was settled by the Ridgley and Warfield families in the early 1700s. James B. Matthews bought a 200-acre farm in 1822 and then opened a post office in 1841. The Anne Arundel community joined Howard County, which was still new at this time, in 1833. The Glenwood postal stop opened in 1874 and James Matthew’s son, Professor Lycurgus Matthews, renamed it Glenwood.
The Glenwood racial demographics are 1% Mixed Race, 1% Indian, 5% Asian or Pacific Islander, 92% White, and 1% other races. 56% of the residents of Glenwood (1,206 people) have received their Bachelors or Associates Degree, 22% (473 people) have received their graduate degree, 20% (422 people) have received their high school diploma, and 2% (34 people) have not received their high school diploma. 13% (448 people) of the Glenwood population is 9 years old or younger, 18% of the population (623 people) are 10 to 17 years old, 6% (222 people) are 18 to 24 years old, 7% (238 people) are 25 to 39 years old, 43% (1,457 people) are 40 to 64 years old, and 13% (440 people) of the Glenwood population is 65 years or older. Over half of the Glenwood population (56 %) was born outside of the state with 10% of them having been born outside of the country. 42% of the foreign born population was born in Europe, 32% was born in different parts of Asia, and the remaining foreign born population was born in various other countries.
Glenwood, Maryland is located between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore is about 35 minutes and 30 miles to the east of Glenwood and Washington DC is about 55 minutes and 43 miles to the south. The area of the country in which Maryland is located in the United States is called the Mid-Atlantic region.
The climate of the state of Maryland as a whole is considered to be humid subtropical. The Glenwood, Maryland weather conditions are generally said to be hot and humid during the summer and mild too cold during the winter.
The Glenwood area is full of all sorts of places to shop. There are a variety of different items to buy such as antiques at Antiques of Yester Years, sporty clothing at Sport Styles Boutique, wine and other alcoholic beverages at Glenwood Wine & Spirits, musical instruments and equipment at Instrument Music and more.
Glenwood Wine & Spirits 2465 Route 97, (410) 489-9695
Books with A Past 2465 State Rt 97, Glenwood, MD, 21738, (410) 442-3740
Casual Gourmet 2490 Route 97, Glenwood, MD 21738, (410) 489-9780
Baker’s Fir Evergreen Christmas Trees 3725 Rt 97, Glenwood, MD 21738, (410) 489-4406
The vintage market place 2945 Maryland 97, Glenwood, MD 21738
There are not many restaurants to go to in the Glenwood, Maryland area. There are several places where you can grab a burger and a beer like Smokin Hot Bar & Grill and Town Grill. Or if you’re in the mood for pizza, you can go to MOD Pizza. If Mexican food is what you’re looking for, try El Pollo Rico which offers quality food with a unique twist.
Smokin Hot Bar & Grill 2465 Route 97, (410) 489-6001
Vittorio 2490 Route 97, Glenwood, MD, 21738, (410) 489-5800
In the Glenwood, Maryland area, the nightlife mainly revolves around going out to or grabbing some drinks at a local neighboring bar. Some places to check out in the area are Brookville Brewing, Loafers Bar and Grill, Azucar Restaurant Bar and Grill, Fusion Bar and Grill and more.
Azucar Restaurant Bar 14418 Layhill Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20906, (301) 438-3293
Fusion Bar and Grill 15535 - 15537 New Hampshire Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20905, (301) 879-0723
There are a few schools in Glenwood, Maryland. The Children’s Center at Glenwood serves children in pre-k. Bushy Park Elementary School serves pre-k through grade 5 and has a 9 out of 10 rating on GreatSchools and a 5 out of 5-star community rating from 18 separate reviews. Bushy Park Elementary School also has a good arts & music program. Glenwood Middle School serves grades 6-8 and has a 10 out of 10 rating on GreatSchools and a 5 out of 5-star rating from the community with a total of 8 reviews. Glenwood Middle School also has a good arts & music program, a good sports program, and a good world languages program.
Children’s Center at Glenwood 3060 Maryland 97, (410) 489-4402
Glenwood Middle School 2680 Route 97, (410) 313-5520
Glenwood Academy 16151 Old Frederick Rd, Mount Airy, MD 21771, (410) 489-6959
There are a several noteworthy landmarks in and around Glenwood, Maryland. A few of the most important ones are the two-story, historic church originally named Union Chapel (now known as St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church), the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, and the Howard County Conservancy.
Union Chapel (St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church) 2892 Maryland 97, (410)489-4035
Lincoln Memorial 2 Lincoln Memorial Cir NW, (202) 426-6841
Howard County Conservancy 6555 Belmont Woods Road & 10520 Old Frederick Road, (410) 465-8877
The Howard County Conservancy has two locations, the Mt. Pleasant location in Woodstock, Maryland, and the Belmont Manor location in Elkridge, Maryland.
Though Glenwood, Maryland is a small community, it is full of culture and history. With Baltimore and Washington, DC each less than an hour away, there are nearly endless possibilities of where you can eat, where you shop and where you can go to make your trip a memorable one.
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