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WHERE WE LIVE | Lowes Island’s planned communities offer camaraderie and abundant natural attractions.

WHERE WE LIVE | A rural feel, spacious homes, good schools and a multifaceted private park draw residents.

WHERE WE LIVE | Outdoor space and walkability are available in this Northwest community.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Fairfax County community is located near Dulles International Airport.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Montgomery County community also offers proximity to downtown Washington.

WHERE WE LIVE | The community is easily walkable and features plenty of entertainment options.

The Loudoun County community gains loyal residents for its amenities and abundance of nature.

WHERE WE LIVE | The family-friendly Potomac neighborhood has two homes on the market.

WHERE WE LIVE | The area has long been one of the most attractive east of the Anacostia River.

Much is within walking distance, and new housing is sprouting up around the Metro station.

WHERE WE LIVE | Luxmanor’s residents enjoy big lots, lots of trees and access to shopping and transit.

WHERE WE LIVE | Neighborhood with a “very international” feel is close to Metro, Rock Creek Park and more.

WHERE WE LIVE | A neighborhood dotted with high-rises offers easy commutes and abundant activities.

WHERE WE LIVE | The compact community along Randolph Road is close to to Brookside Gardens and Brookside Nature Center.

WHERE WE LIVE | The “oversized cul-de-sac” offers green space and water vistas along on the Anacostia River.

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents enjoy the community’s neighborliness, walkability and easy commutes.

The historic district of the Maryland town appeals with shops, music and a variety of housing choices.

WHERE WE LIVE | The NW neighborhood’s transformation includes new stores and a state-of-the-art library.

WHERE WE LIVE | The family-friendly Alexandria community limits growth while seeking to widen retail choices.

WHERE WE LIVE | Life in the kid-centric enclave in Severna Park centers on a pool and its common area.

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