Where We Live neighborhoods
In Accokeek, Md., across the Potomac from Mount Vernon, there’s lots of room to breathe.
You can also call it Near SE or Capitol Riverfront, but don’t call the 21st-century neighborhood old news.
Across the Potomac from Georgetown lies the urban heart of Arlington, Va.
FDR, Herbert Hoover were visitors to the Maryland city, which is now an outer suburb of Washington, D.C.
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