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WHERE WE LIVE | Somerset has a historic district, a community pool and walkability to Metro and stores.

WHERE WE LIVE | Penn Quarter blooms with condos, theaters, restaurants and the Mall’s nearby attractions.

WHERE WE LIVE | Long Branch Creek’s residents strive to create a “walkable urban village” while staying connected.

WHERE WE LIVE | For Hammond Wood residents, a sense of privacy goes hand in hand with neighborliness.

WHERE WE LIVE | A historic warehouse district is flooded with new construction, retailers, restaurants and bars.

WHERE WE LIVE | An early 20th-century trolley suburb “feels like a small town near a big city,” a resident says.

WHERE WE LIVE | Glen Mar Park has a varied housing mix, lots of things to do and “a really strong community.”

WHERE WE LIVE | Walkability, Nationals Park, restaurants and stores are just some of what attracts residents.

WHERE WE LIVE | Mount Rainier, Md., is gaining a reputation as an arts community with more dining and shopping choices.

Where We Live | Forest Hills is leafy, walkable and close to Connecticut Avenue’s amenities.

WHERE WE LIVE | Douglas Park is liked for its friendliness, parks, amenities and diversity — in housing and people.

WHERE WE LIVE | Located close to interstates and shopping, it also offers easy access to the W&OD Trail for biking and running.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Montgomery County community is car-oriented but close to Metro and lots of stores and restaurants.

WHERE WE LIVE | The walkable District enclave with a historic core is in the midst of a development boom.

WHERE WE LIVE | Shouse Village, near Wolf Trap, has earned a reputation as a welcoming place for families.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Howard County neighborhood is close to major employers and BWI airport.

WHERE WE LIVE | A neighborhood of duplexes, triplexes and single-family homes grapples with development.

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents like its mix of townhouses and duplexes and its diverse population.

WHERE WE LIVE | New residents, and an influx of bars, restaurants and stores, give the area a new look.

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents say the Loudoun community’s amenities and schools outweigh traffic backups.

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