Where We Live neighborhoods
Residents enjoy country living in Virginia not too far from the nation’s capital.
The houses look like those in upper Northwest Washington, at prices much, much lower.
The planned community in Fairfax County, Va., is huge, but each of its villages has its own traditions.
Mature trees and a rich sense of community make for a neighborly niche in Prince George’s County.
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