Laverock is a small unincorporated community in Montgomery County that started as a development in the 1920s. Originally, few homes were built after the onset of the depression, and remained that way until after World War II. In the 1950s and 1960s, Split Level Homes were built around the existing stone houses. Today, it is a residential-only neighborhood known for the abundance of large black oak trees throughout.

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