Chevy Chase, MD 

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            Courtesy of Adam Fagen

Chevy Chase was incorporated in 1918 and is located in Montgomery County, Maryland. The boundaries of the town extend to East-West Highway on the north, Connecticut Avenue on the east, Bradley Lane on the south and one block east of Wisconsin Avenue on the west. It's close proximity to Washington D.C. makes Chevy Chase an ideal location for Washington, D.C. commuters. Excellent schools, a luxurious shopping district with world class restaurants, Chevy Chase, MD is a wonderful place to call home. 


 

Potomac, MD

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            Courtesy of Adam Fagen

Located just 15 minutes outside Washington, D.C., Potomac Maryland offers luxury living at its finest. Multi-million dollar homes are nestled between expansive private estates in this quiet scenic enclave of our nation's capital. Excellent public and private schools offer families a variety      of possibilities for education. Equestrian, golf, tennis, social and athletic clubs add a variety of entertainment options to this rich community.  

Bethesda, MD

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            Courtesy of Eddie Walker

Bethesda is one of the most renowned communities in the Washington, D.C. metro area. It's known for its ethnic restaurants, boutiques, shops, galleries, live theatre, public art displays and dance studios. Home of the National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine and the National Naval Medical Center, it's one of the world's leading biomedical research centers. Favorite events span from Taste of Bethesda, Imagination Bethesda Children's Street Festival, a free Summer Concert Series and the Bethesda Literary Festival. Bethesda's residents enjoy the convenience of a Washington, D.C. suburb with lifestyle amenities of one of the most coveted residential communities in the capital area. A Metro station in the heart of Bethesda links the community to the rest of the Washington area, contributing to its allure. 

Long Beach Island, NJ

           Courtesy of Steve Greer

           Courtesy of Steve Greer

Long Beach Island, better known as LBI, stretches along 18 miles covered with small shore towns and long stretches of beautiful white sand. The island boasts a rich history dating back to the 1700's with one of the main attractions being the Barnegat Lighthouse, which was built in 1859. Long Beach Island offers great fun for the whole family with Fantasy Island Amusement Park, Thundering Surf Water Park, and Settler's Mill Adventure Golf. Many enjoy Bay Village, a replica of a 19th century waterfront village adding to the islands charm with 20 unique shops and restaurants. Long Beach Island is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Bethany Beach, DE

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Courtesy of hdwallpaperbook.com

Named as one of Travel + Leisure Magazine's "Best Secret Beaches on Earth!" Bethany Beach offers something for everyone. Enjoy the outdoors with activities such as kayaking, surfing, boating, stand-up paddling, windsurfing, and fishing amongst many other things. To wind down, take a stroll in Downtown Bethany Beach and delight in some tax-free shopping. The beach is host to a large selection of shops, boutiques, farmers markets, and the Fenwick Wine Cellars in nearby Fenwick Island. Travelers and residents can also enjoy fresh seafood and breathtaking sunsets at some of the finest oceanfront restaurants around. As quite the utopia, Bethany Beach is the perfect summer destination for relaxed, yet exciting beach living. 

Arlington, VA

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Courtesy of John Eric

Located just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. Arlington is home to many sites, such as Arlington Cemetery, The Pentagon, The Air Force Memorial, and Iwo Jima. Aside from its rich history, Arlington is comprised of several charming, urban areas. As a demographic mix of young professionals and families, Arlington caters to all its residents through its variety of dining and entertainment options. Arlington is a transportation paradise, characterized by its excellent Metro and bus access. 

Washington, DC

Washington, D.C. has many styles of architecture to choose from. Whether you're considering a mansion, brownstone, single family home, condo or townhouse, you can find it all in our nation's capital. For luxury living, Georgetown offers the convenience of city life blended with old world charm. The Metro's presence makes maneuvering across the district effortless. With world class museums, universities, and exquisite dining situated in the heart of the city, there is never a shortage of activity. 

Photos courtesy of Gary Anthes, Deb Nelson, and Stefan Fusson