Community and Neighborhood Info

July 18, 2013

Neighborhood of H Street NE

The Neighborhood of H Street NE in Washington DC

Once upon a time, in a land called Washington D.C.  was a place called the H Street Corridor. In 1929, Sears, Roebuck and Co. opened there and it quickly became the busiest shopping and entertainment district in the city. However ...

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July 8, 2013

The Parks of Washington DC

The Parks of Washington DC

In the midst of this city, await an endless array of fabulous recreational opportunities. Whether national parks or city parks, Washington D.C. provides opportunities and amenities to walk, picnic, relax, and participate in sports while enjoying the best nature has to offer.

Anacostia Park ...

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July 4, 2013

Homes in Northeast Washington D.C.

Homes in Northeast Washington D.C.

Homes in Northeast Washington D.C. near Langston Golf Course would be found in the neighborhoods of Petworth and Capitol Hill. A more specific Capitol Hill community to this area would be Stanton Park. Langston Golf Course is an 18 hole course established in ...

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June 25, 2013

Spring Valley | Washington DC Neighborhoods and Community

Spring Valley

With large homes and oak tree lined streets, Spring Valley is a very affluent neighborhood in Washington D.C. although not necessarily known by all D.C. residents. Spring Valley is very suburban and is often called the "suburb with a D.C. address".

Spring Valley Washington Dc

Located at the far ...

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June 21, 2013

Colonial Village Washington DC | Homes and Real Estate

Colonial Village

Colonial Village is an affluent, suburban neighborhood characterized by winding streets and huge lots with single detached homes. Occupancy of this area first occurred in 1600s and modern day Colonial Village was included on some of the very first maps of Virginia. Today, many high government officials call ...

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June 12, 2013

Riggs Park | Washington DC

Riggs Park

Riggs Park in Northeast Washington D.C. is a residential neighborhood of about 8,000 residents. It is a very walkable neighborhood although not quite as bike friendly as some others.  There are about 11 restaurants, bars and coffee shops located here and half of them can be ...

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June 7, 2013

Where is Penn Quarter?

Penn Quarter

Penn Quarter is a neighborhood in the East end of downtown Washington D.C. that is as eclectic and entertaining as the day is long. Besides the eateries, bars and cultural experiences available, Penn Quarter is also home to a very popular Farmer's Market as well as ...

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May 24, 2013

What are DC Rowhouses?

What are Washington DC Rowhouses?

Row houses, similar to townhomes, are homes that are very similar if not identical in structure and appearance, one with the other, and are located in one area. They are very common in old, historical cities such as Washington D.C. Washington DC Row HousesThey are also usually ...

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May 13, 2013

Where is Bethesda, Maryland?

Where is Bethesda, Maryland?

In Montgomery County, Maryland, just Northwest of Washington D.C., you'll find Bethesda. Bethesda is named for a local church and is home to many corporate and government headquarters as well as prestigious medical facilities. The most well known medical facility being Walter Reed National ...

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May 9, 2013

Should I live in Maryland, Virginia or DC?

Maryland, Virginia or DC...which is the best state to live?

Many people moving to the DC area have the same first question...which is the better place to live? Maryland, Virginia or DC? Let's look at three categories to compare and contrast the states and hopefully help you ...

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