Beyond the White House, Capitol, and monuments, it’s Georgetown that captures the public’s imagination when they think about the glamor of old Washington.
While this DC suburb used to be well on the fringes of urban life and entertainment, today’s Bethesda is anything but boring.
With its charming Queen Anne homes, tree-lined streets, and quaint commercial center, Cleveland Park has the trappings of a small town with easy access to the big city.
Capitol Hill is not just the center of the country’s political life; it is also one of the oldest neighborhoods in DC, boasting its largest residential historic district.
Steeped in history but firmly rooted in the now, Logan Circle charms visitors and locals alike.
Woodley Park is a refreshing residential hideaway with easy access to neighboring nightlife.
Arlington is a true American success story, teaching other older suburbs how to reimagine themselves as walkable and livable urban spaces.
This picturesque community leans more toward city life in the District, which lies just beyond the Chevy Chase Circle.
American University Park
American University Park sits right next-door to its eponymous university and has a self-contained campus feel of its own.