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Marumsco Village, with lots of outdoor attractions, also is benefiting from work on Route 1.

WHERE WE LIVE | Marumsco Village, with lots of outdoor attractions, also is benefiting from work on Route 1.

The Southern Maryland town has evolved from its origins as a resort and gambling haven.

WHERE WE LIVE | Gentrification brings change to D.C.’s Kingman Park, once a black middle-class enclave.

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents of Embrey Mill in North Stafford, Va., say it is full of attractions for fun at home.

WHERE WE LIVE | “We tend to know our neighbors,” says a resident of a town that holds potluck dinners.

WHERE WE LIVE | The neighborhood next to Rock Creek Park has stately homes in that style and “a country feel.”

WHERE WE LIVE | The child-friendly neighborhood is known for easy commutes and a place in Fairfax history.

WHERE WE LIVE | Community activities and clubs abound in a close-in suburb developed in the 1950s.

WHERE WE LIVE | “People didn’t take walks,” said a former ANC member. “Now it’s wonderful here.”

WHERE WE LIVE | The Prince William County waterside community gets new homes, roads and businesses.

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents love their Tudor-style rowhouses in Foxhall Village, part of a broader neighborhood.

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents like its varied mix of housing and the abundance of local shops and restaurants.

A look at the houses where some of the world's politicians resided or visited that are on the market.

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents like the open space, natural attractions and carefully managed growth.

WHERE WE LIVE | Longtime residents love their well-kept homes but yearn for stores and restaurants.

WHERE WE LIVE | The community has a collection of locally owned shops and is close to public transportation.

WHERE WE LIVE | The community has big lots, housing variety and neighbors who look out for each other.

WHERE WE LIVE | The D.C. neighborhood’s housing variety, amenities and walkability are an enduring draw.

The neighborhood of redbrick Colonials, close to D.C., is full of parks, bike paths and families.

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