Where We Live neighborhoods
Shoppers may not realize there’s a neighborhood of single-family houses just south of all the bustle in Arlington County.
The neighborhood boasts easy access to major highways, but it also has to cope with the traffic.
The burgeoning area north of Union Station has grown from desolate to desired in the 21st century.
Off Wisconsin Avenue near Chevy Chase sit 43 houses in their own little world.
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