While many of us know how awesome our lovely Route 1 neighborhoods are, it’s a treat to see that sentiment supported outside our echo chamber. In today’s Real Estate Section of the Washington Post, Mount Rainier’s newbie – Torie Partridge, owner of Terratorie Maps & Goods – shares her story behind her purchase of a beautiful historic Victorian-style home in new home in Mount Rainier, Maryland.
Many of you will recognize the appeal: Close to DC, connection to neighbors, walking distance to the one and only Glut Food Co-op, our latest culinary gem – Pennyroyal Station -, and cultural arts hub, Joe’s Movement Emporium.
(We would also add a visit to Nisey’s Boutique and The Waterhole to the list!)
While researching for this post, we came across Patridge’s Mount Rainier coloring pages, one such featured above. How cool!
Mount Rainier Featured in Washington Post
To continue this serotonin hit, you can visit “What I love about my home in Mount Rainier, Md here.
And if you’re curious about Mount Rainier’s Elementary School, check out Route One Fun’s Spotlight on Schools, where local parents share their insight on local schools (including preschools, daycare, public schools and private schools) in the Route 1 communities of Prince George’s County, Maryland.
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