Lake Lynette

Maryland

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Lake Lynette, Maryland

Lake Lynette real estate is regarded as a limited supply market in Maryland for lake homes and lake lots.

    • Ownership
      Public
    • Counties: Montgomery County
    Airports
    About Lake Lynette
    Located in Montgomery County, Maryland

    Lake Lynette is 1 of 4 neighboring lakes in Gaithersburg, Maryland, roughly 45 miles southwest of Baltimore and 27 miles north of Washington D.C.

    Residents on the lake enjoy quick access to help when they need it with the Adventist Healthcare Shady Grove Medical Center, just three and a half miles away. Lake Lynette is surrounded by multiple international airports, with the closest being the Dulles International Airport, roughly 37 miles away.

    On the Waters

    Lake Lynette is a relatively small size, so you can find residents enjoying the peace and serenity of Lake Lynette. The name holds true with the lake's multiple breathtaking views and inspiring trails. Fishing is one of the more popular activities with the lake's diverse fish population. Anglers can be lucky to find largemouth bass, bluegill, pumpkinseed, spotted bass, and smallmouth bass.

    What’s Around

    Gaithersburg is filled with plenty of diverse options to choose from when going out to eat. Some local favorites include Yoyogi Sushi, Not Your Average Joe’s, and CAVA.

    Kentlands Market Square is Gaithersburg's hub for anything and everything. Residents come here to grab a bite to eat, catch the latest movie, find the perfect outfit, and more.

    Explore Washington, D.C.

    For an exciting daycation, Lake Lynette residents can take the short trip to the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C!

    The District of Columbia is home to numerous memorials and museums, highlighting the rich history of the United States, the natural sciences, and the world. Start your tour with the well-known Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. This prestigious museum holds the world's most extensive collection of natural history specimens and artifacts, including the remains of dinosaurs.

    Next, check out the National Gallery of Art. This sprawling, two-building complex houses the nation’s treasure-trove of art, spanning all U.S. artistic periods and many famous paintings. Most notably, be sure to tour the U.S. Capitol building! The Capitol is among the most architecturally impressive and symbolically important buildings in the world. Today, it stands not only as a monument to its builders but to the American people and their government.

    Why Lake Lynette?

    Lake Lynette allows residents to have a small getaway not too far from the big cities. This lake could be the location of your next piece of property!