Potomac is located in Montgomery County and is one of the most luxurious places to live in Maryland. Living in Potomac offers residents a dense suburban feel with the privacy and exclusivity required by some homeowners. Residents enjoy well-maintained properties, farmhouses, and tasteful integration of contemporary suburban developments that continue to make Potomac home to a few and a desire for many. The Perry Store, in the Potomac Village, is one of the few original establishments that was restored and still stands today amongst restaurants, coffee shops, and boutique shops bustling with shoppers and socializers.
Most of the houses in Potomac resemble castles in both architectural design and size, and all sit on large, well-groomed plots of land, off of quiet streets without sidewalks. Potomac is a secluded community where a car is an absolute requirement in order to get around. Residents have mixed emotions about the car-centered lifestyle, however, Potomac’s family orientation is one of the key things residents tout about the area and being very close to many natural parks and preserves, including Great Falls park along the Potomac River, Scotts Run Nature Preserve, and Cabin John Park. The public schools are among the top-rated schools in Montgomery County and the nation. At one point, CNN ranked the community as the fourth most affluent in the U.S. Today, Potomac is the seventh top-educated small town, rated by Forbes.
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