There are a total of eight neighborhoods in the city of Germantown. One popular neighborhood is City Center, which occupies the southeast corner of the city and contains "Old Germantown"—a historic district that's built around a 1948 reconstruction of the original railroad depot. Germantown movers may also want to consider the Poplar Avenue neighborhood, a scenic area containing several lakes and bordered to the north by Wolf River.
Housing: The architectural styles and housing options in Germantown consist of a wide range of home types and sizes, from small cabin-style houses to ornate mansions. While most are single-family residences, there are also upscale apartment complexes, housing developments, and condos. The styles range from the popular Ranch and Contemporary, to cozy Cape Cods and bungalows, to elaborate Victorian, English, French Revival, and Italian Villa.
There are several horse farms, both large and small, in the city of Germantown and surrounding areas. This means Germantown movers can enjoy several annual horse shows and festivals, including the popular Germantown Charity Horse Show that's held each June. Another popular attraction is the Germantown Festival, a large annual arts and crafts fair that features more than 100 vendors.
Germantown Movers has been helping families move to Germantown and other cities in the U.S. for over 15 years. Whether yours is a long distance, local, residential or commercial move, EZ Movers can help make it a successful one.
EZ Movers is proud to provide the community with quality moving services and in utilizing our success to help support the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
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