Where We Live neighborhoods
The D.C. suburb played a key role in the War of 1812, and today its affordability is a draw.
The District neighborhood is a few miles from downtown D.C. but has large lots and a thick tree canopy.
Variety is a fact of life in Arlington County’s bustling Ballston neighborhood.
Once a stronghold of family farms, the Howard County community is now known for luxury homes on large lots.
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