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It is thought to be named after the Battle of Brandywine of the American Revolutionary War. Brandywine was developed on the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad’s Pope Creek (Southern Maryland) line in about 1873 and was the only town on the route that developed into a railroad town

Brandywine, Maryland, is a sought – after community in Prince George’s County. This census-designated place is just 20 miles from Washington, D.C., and residents love Brandywine because the scenery is unparalleled. In fact, residents of the community pride themselves on being advocates for the area’s rural appeal. Sure, you can find historic sites and commercial space here, but what makes Brandywine stand out as a wonderful place to live is its sprawling green lawns and wetlands dotted by unfettered lily pads.

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Dana D. Coleman
Dana D. Coleman
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