Tamarack Triangle is a quiet neighborhood of mostly 1960’s-built homes with natural boundaries including Fairland Road to the north, East Randolph Road to the south and the Paint Branch parkland (with its inviting and convenient hike/bike trails & stream) to the east. The focal point of the neighborhood is the local elementary school, William Tyler Page Elementary, which has served neighborhood children & families since 1965 and hosts a popular Spanish Immersion program.
Tamarack Triangle home styles include a broad mix of Colonials, Split-Levels, Ramblers & Split-Foyers and, sprinkled in for good measure, are a small group of newer and larger Colonial-style homes built in the mid-to-late 1990’s. The neighborhood offers ample lot sizes with mature trees and most homes offer off-street parking including a mix of carports and garages.
The super-convenient location offers great commuting options to the I-95 corridor (DC & Baltimore) and ICC access to employment centers to the east including the University of MD, Ft. Meade, NSA & NASA and to the west along the I-270 corridor. The Glenmont Metro station (Red Line) is just a short drive (or bus ride!) and provides reliable access to the entire D.C. metropolitan region. Tamarack Triangle combines a well-established neighborhood, friendly environment and convenient location to make it a sought-after destination!