Saddlebrook & Fallswood

The Saddlebrook and Fallswood communities are nestled between Rockshire and Fallsmead. Developed between 1972 and 1981, these homes were built on agricultural land that originally belonged to Dr. Thomas S. Wootton, a prominent Maryland legislator whose resolution in August 1776 created Montgomery and Washington Counties out of the original Frederick County, and, who in 1777 became the first Speaker of the new Maryland House of Delegates. Bordering on the wooded Watts Branch Stream Valley Park, these homes enjoy close proximity to I-270 and are convenient for commuting.

All the public schools that serve the Rockshire area are within walking distance of most of the residences: Fallsmead Elementary School, Robert Frost Junior High School and Thomas S. Wootton High School, all rated among the top schools in Montgomery County and the nation.

There are no homeowner associations in Saddlebrook and Fallswood. Residents of Saddlebrook and Fallswood can join the Rockshire pool as outside members.