WHERE WE LIVE | Bordering Rock Creek Park on its northwest corner, the Northwest Washington neighborhood contains multitudes.
WHERE WE LIVE | The Leesburg, Va., community of 201 single-family homes nestled around the award-winning Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club is beloved by residents for its green spaces, amenities and location.
WHERE WE LIVE | The Fairfax County, Va., community is where residents who run the gamut from young families to retires want to return — and stay.
WHERE WE LIVE | Developed in the late 1960s, the McLean, Va., community has 195 townhouses built in the Colonial Williamsburg style.
WHERE WE LIVE | In the tree-lined neighborhood of single-family homes in Rockville, Md., demand has long outpaced supply.
WHERE WE LIVE | The Fairfax County, Va., community has 107 single-family homes, most on about one-third of an acre.
WHERE WE LIVE | The Fairfax County, Va., neighborhood’s 124 houses have a quiet, country feel despite being less than a mile from Little River Turnpike.
WHERE WE LIVE | The Bethesda, Md., neighborhood has a variety of housing styles and an active community association.
WHERE WE LIVE | The community, which straddles Northeast and Southeast Washington, is where close-knit residents like to put down roots. However, development is bringing change.
WHERE WE LIVE | The Arlington County community was built for defense workers during World War II. Its name is a combination of Fairfax and Arlington.
WHERE WE LIVE | Garrett Park, which originated in 1898 when the Maryland General Assembly passed a special act allowing it to incorporate, has about 400 homes and sits northeast of Bethesda, between Route 355 and Rock Creek Regional Park.
WHERE WE LIVE | New developments will bring more housing to the Northwest Washington neighborhood, which has long been attractive because of its convenient location.
WHERE WE LIVE | The 20-year-old neighborhood of single-family houses and townhouses in Olney, Md., draws families young and old.
WHERE WE LIVE | Hickory Creek, a neighborhood of 90 homes in Great Falls, Va., was built in the late 1970s. It has become a haven for families and dogs.
WHERE WE LIVE | The Northeast Washington neighborhood, once a hotbed of civil rights activism with residents advocating to integrate recreational amenities and schools, has undergone change in recent years.
WHERE WE LIVE | The Prince George's County community may be the only neighborhood in the D.C. area where residents can walk to the Potomac River waterfront, its marina, restaurants, shopping, entertainment and a giant Ferris wheel.
WHERE WE LIVE | The neighborhood is known for its suburban-like setting in the city.
WHERE WE LIVE | Gaithersburg’s Flower Hill community boasts walkability and exurban charm.
The quiet, family-oriented hamlet near Old Town Alexandria has just under 80 homes.