Where We Live neighborhoods
The car is king in this part of Arlington County, where pretty much everything is a single-family house.
The Maryland town was sleepy, before D.C.-area residents discovered it.
The Northeast Washington neighborhood may lack flash, but yards are big and prices are small.
Arlington County planners have turned their attention to improving the neighborhood’s central square.
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