Virginia Neighborhoods

The Old Dominion has a lot to offer from small historic districts in Alexandria and Arlington to exciting new development in Crystal City and Tyson's Corner. 

 

Arlington

Just across the river from DC, Arlington is home to some of Northern Virginia's top rated education and lively neighborhoods. Arlington has many options when looking for a new home, from high rises to townhomes and areas that offer a more suburban feel.

Alexandria

Hosting some of Northern Virginia's most historic homes and recent new development, Alexandria has been consistently ranked one of  the country's top places to live and work. It's proximity to DC and the National Harbor make Alexandria a thriving hub in Northern Virginia.

Falls Church

Located between Arlington and Fairfax, Falls Church is a quaint small town in Northern Virginia. Although it has two designated metro stops the leadership in Falls Church is dedicated to maintaining the tight-knit, small town feel.

Dunn Loring

Located in Fairfax County, Dunn Loring has a small town feel with many outdoor activities. Quick and easy access to shopping, dining, and nightlife inside Dunn Loring's Mosaic District, an award winning mixed use development. 

 

Washington, DC Neighborhoods

The District has a number of great neighborhoods to choose from, we can help find what meets your unique lifestyle and 

 

Logan Circle

One of DC's classic neighborhoods, Logan Circle offers beautiful scenery, arts, and nightlife. Comprised of a mixture of historic row homes and mid-rise condo buildings, this area offers a small community feel nestled inside of a vibrant city. 

Capitol Hill

The largest historical residential neighborhood in DC, Capitol Hill is the definition of authentic DC living. Steps away from the buildings where our country is run, this neighborhood offers a tight-knit community without sacraficing that city vibe.

Shaw

With cultural richness, new development, dining, and nightlife, Shaw is one of DC's most vibrant neighborhoods. 

H Street

One of DC's most newly redeveloped neighborhoods, H Street offers some of the city's most vibrant art scenes and amazing restaurants. 

Columbia Heights

Just 1.5 miles away from the White House, Columbia Heights is an anchor of DC. With it's natural elevation, it offers excellent views of the city. 

 

Maryland Neighborhoods

Dubbed "Little America" Maryland offers some of the area's most diverse and picturesque neighborhoods with prestigious, one-of-a-kind homes. 

 

Chevy Chase

Extending from Maryland into DC, Chevy Chase offers a suburban feel featuring dignified homes while being steps away from The District. An authentic 1950s era strip center offers fine dining, shopping, and access to the metro. 

Bethesda

One of the most affluent and accomplished communities in the United States, Bethesda hosts many picturesque neighborhoods as well as new development around it's city center. 

Silver Spring

Just outside of DC, Silver Spring is one of the area's first suburban towns in Maryland. After making a comeback in the early 2000's Silver Spring has become a booming town for Montgomery County. 

Potomac

Rated by CNN Money as one of the best places to live in America, Potomac has a rustic feel offering location, beauty, and top notch education all with easy access to downtown DC.

Rockville

In the heart of Montgomery County, Rockville has grown rapidly over the past 10 years while maintaining a small city feel.