Potomac At A Glance
Moving to Potamac? All My Sons Has You CoveredSituated fourteen miles from bustling Washington, D.C., residents often refer to Potomac, Maryland as a serene oasis in the midst of the D.C. rat race. Potomac’s affluent, scenic neighborhoods showcase beautiful family homes on large lots. If you prefer real estate in the midst of the downtown action, luxurious townhouses and condominiums are there for the taking. Bring your wallet, though. Potomac is the 12th most expensive city to live in. But as anyone who has made the move to Potomac will tell you, it’s well worth the cost!
If you find it hard to picture life in Potomac, flashback to the mid 1990’s, when hit television drama Beverly Hills, 90210 led the networks in popularity. Now add lush, rolling rivers, a chill to the air, and take away the over-dramatic connotations. The show’s creator, Darren Star, modeled the teen drama after his adolescent years in Potomac’s Winston Churchill High School.
Potomac offers dazzling views of the beautiful Potomac River, a source for numerous outdoor activities and quiet getaways for nature enthusiasts. State Parks are but miles away from Potomac in almost any direction. Find solace in Seneca Creek State Park, enjoy a hike in Matthew Henson State Park, organize a hunting expedition in Potomac State Forest, or enjoy the wildlife in the Mount Nebo State Forest and Game Preserve.
As the most prosperous area in the city, Potomac Village is where residents enjoy their leisure time, day or night. Almost all restaurants offer Maryland’s renowned seafood, like blue crab pulled fresh from the Chesapeake Bay. Try Normandie Farm for a fine French/American dining experience, or savory the food and friendly service of Flap’s American Restaurant.
Potomac residents love their city so much, they throw a special celebration every year. Potomac Day is a community festival that features a parade, crafts show, great food, and events in mid-October. Grab a loved one and join in the fun when you move to Potomac!