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Posted on January 17, 2018 8:58 AM by Melani Miller Harig
In 1929, Bethesda dairy farm owner Warwick Montgomery purchased a 101-acre parcel of land just off Falls Road. On it, he built a summer home which still stands today at 16 Pipestem Court. It is the oldest standing structure in Fallsmead. 
Old Warwick Montgomery house at 16 Pipestem Court in the early 1980s (then owned by the Ewing family). Photo Courtesy of Jim Marrinan from the Fallsmead History Photo Album
Posted on January 4, 2018 9:48 PM by Melani Miller Harig
Kettler Brothers, the developer of Fallsmead, chose the name Fallsmead in the late 1960s because of the neighborhood's location in a meadow near Falls Road. Fallsmead is a combination of "Falls Road" and "Meadow." 
Fallsmead before there was a Fallsmead. Photo taken in June 1953, 15 years before the first Fallsmead residents moved in and long before construction started. 
This year is Fallsmead's 50th Anniversary! As part of our celebration, we are sharing weekly tidbits about Fallsmead's history and important events in Fallsmead's past here, on Facebook, and on the neighborhood email list. This "Fallsmead@50" campaign will  be ongoing throughout the entire 2018 50th anniversary year.
Do you have memories that you would like to share? Please feel free to add your thoughts and memories throughout the year on our Facebook page, or contact us at communications@fallsmead.org or at mckennt3@comcast.net