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Viewpoints: What’s Best about Living in Potomac?

— We live in one of the most beautiful areas of the United States — and Potomac Village is no exception. Our village is a desirable, close-to-Washington-yet-still-rural location. The signature white fences, rolling hills, and winding country roads bring to mind a time when horse-drawn carriages and riders on horseback traveled through Offutt’s Crossroads.

We are very fortunate to have wonderful restaurants and every convenience at our finger-tips at the various shopping centers in and around Potomac. The choices have grown — and we have it all.

Here’s what Potomac residents appreciate — and why Potomac is the greatest place to live.

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Bridgit Fried of Potomac: “I love the proximity to the C&O Canal.”

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Erin Demeria of Potomac: “What I love about Potomac is the huge and very active tennis community.”

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Linda Clinch of Potomac: “I love River Falls Seafood. I shop there all the time. Their shrimp come from North Carolina and are fresh every day. Their seafood is the best.”

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Jim Senker loves playing tennis at the Potomac Tennis Club.

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Lisa Raker likes Churchill sports — and The Pony Express — a hidden gem in Potomac.

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Crannough Jones loves the schools — and feeling that she lives in a safe community.

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Rachel Senker loves the proximity to Bethesda and Washington D.C. — and all the activities they offer.

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Carter Devine, 16, who attends Walter Johnson High School: “I love the Avenel Park and pool — and the Potomac Village. We don’t have to go very far for lots of stuff.”

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Hannah Devine, 13, who attends the Connelly School of the Holy Child: “I love ice cream from Sprinkles and pastries from Vie De France.”