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Apartments for rent in Glass Manor afford residents the ease and convenience of being within easy reach of Washington D.C., yet the community maintains an air of domestic serenity that's perfect for married couples looking to plant their roots and budding families who want to start a new chapter in their lives.
Many of the neighborhood's residents commute to the District of Columbia for work. Reaching the nation's capital from one of the Glass Manor apartments for rent will be a breeze with the ample public transit available, including the main metro line that starts to run early in the morning. Right in the community is the Southern Ave. Metro as well as the Naylor Metro. If you plan on driving or want to travel to further destinations, there's the main highway, the Capital Beltway, which borders the community and cuts through the D.C. city center before heading up the East Coast.
To take advantage of the warm Maryland weather, families may head out to one of the local parks. Barnaby Run Park is a thick wooded retreat perfect for nature walks and picnics. To toss the ball around or lounge in the grass and enjoy a good book, there's also the North Barnaby Recreation Area, situated right off of Iverson Place. To skip some stones and enjoy a scenic waterside view, the Oxen Creek is only a short drive away from apartments in Glass Manor. Right across the river is Washington D.C. and to the east is the buzzing freeway and the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge.
There are an array of great schools in close proximity to the Glass Manor apartments for rent, all of which will encourage a love for learning in your little ones. The nearest public school is Forest Heights Elementary on Talberoute Dr. For a more individualized experience, kids can attend the John Hanson Montessori School, where they'll be able to actively pursue their interests under the tutelage of skilled education professionals. For families who have Christian proclivities that they want as part of their children's curriculum, there's the St. Columbia Catholic School on Livington Road.
At night residents can head out on the town and start off with a drink or two at one of the local watering holes. After, they may catch one of the latest blockbusters at Rivertown 12 Cinemas, or roll the dice and practice their poker face at Zambaleneo Casino on Bock Road.
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