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WHERE WE LIVE | The Northwest Washington neighborhood has parks to the north and east and a suburb to the west.

WHERE WE LIVE | The College Park neighborhood is well located but quiet.

WHERE WE LIVE | Trees and neighbors promote good feelings in this Annandale community.

WHERE WE LIVE | North of Georgetown, a less-pricey neighborhood enjoys its relative seclusion.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Colonial Williamsburg-style development appeals to commuters with its convenient location.

WHERE WE LIVE | Childhood memories inspire loyalty to this neighborhood in Chevy Chase, Md.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Northwest Washington neighborhood is welcoming to fans of both the urban and the suburban.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Fairfax County neighborhood offers a diversity of homes, both in vintage and in price.

WHERE WE LIVE | The planned community offers good schools to non-mansion dwellers.

WHERE WE LIVE | Quiet streets and the Falls Church school system draw residents to the well-located neighborhood.

WHERE WE LIVE | Affordable houses and the nearby Greenbelt Metro station draw people to this part of Prince George’s County.

WHERE WE LIVE | The blossoming neighborhood has a Heritage Trail detailing its prominent role in black history.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Virginia neighborhood’s charming older homes, a child-friendly atmosphere and accessibility to D.C. are draws.

WHERE WE LIVE | Big windows help these homes bring the outdoors inside, and they tend to fit with the natural landscape.

WHERE WE LIVE | The NW D.C. neighborhood, between Wisconsin and Connecticut avenues, is walkable but quiet and leafy.

WHERE WE LIVE | In a sea of suburban sprawl, the quaint Maryland enclave is an island of historic charm.

WHERE WE LIVE | The neighborhood in far-north D.C. offers relative value in a suburban setting.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Arlington County neighborhood is convenient to the District, and just about everything else.

WHERE WE LIVE | Empty-nesters don’t need all the space, but they are reluctant to leave the well-located community.

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents consider Spring Valley to be neighborly and intrinsically connected to American University.

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