The Woodmoor neighborhood is in the northern section of Silver Spring Maryland. The Art-Deco shopping area in Woodmoor is at the intersection of Rt 29 and University Boulevard. Woodmoor is 4 miles from downtown Silver Spring and the redline Silver Spring Metro station.
Woodmoor is a primarily a residential neighborhood that is known for its tree-lined streets and community feel.
The Woodmoor neighborhood was first developed in the 1930s and 1940s, and today it is home to a mix of mid-century and newer homes. Many of the homes in the neighborhood have unique architectural styles, such as Tudor, Colonial, and Cape Cod.
The Woodmoor Country Club is a popular recreational destination in the neighborhood. The club features a golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, and dining facilities.
The neighborhood is also home to several parks and green spaces, including the Northwest Branch Trail, which runs through the neighborhood and provides access to hiking and biking trails.
The Woodmoor shopping center is a popular retail destination in the neighborhood, featuring several local businesses, restaurants, and retail shops. The shopping center hosts several community events throughout the year, including a weekly farmers market during the summer months.
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