Welcome to Potomac
A suburban enclave just beyond Bethesda with excellent access to D.C
With close proximity to the nation's capital, Potomac is best described as a private enclave with lush forest scattered between suburban neighborhoods. In Potomac, you get the best of all worlds between premier biking and hiking trails and top-notch restaurants and shopping.
What to Expect
Lush, open greenery, large lots, and an emphasis on exterior space.
There are more neighborhoods in Potomac than commercial centers so residents congregate in the few that exist, including Potomac Village, Cabin John Shopping Center and Park Potomac. Metro access is about 15 minutes away so use of a car is necessary.
This driveability and distance between residential and commercial is what residents say makes the area cozy and quiet.
Refined living brought to you by larger homes and rolling landscapes nestled among everyday conveniences.
While there is a great assortment of restaurants and shops in the Village where residents can socialize and shop, there aren’t the same busy streets and sidewalks in Potomac as there are in Bethesda. Instead, the area is filled with beautiful views; golf courses, walking/cycling trails, and riding stables are plentiful. Let Potomac be your escape from the hustle and bustle of Washington, D.C.
A refreshing lifestyle to match your specific needs.
Potomac looks different than most of the DC suburbs. Potomac’s large size allows for it to offer communities that are isolated from shops, restaurants, or gyms while also providing amazing options for those looking to live in a mixture of commercial and residential space. Regardless of proximity to neighborhood amenities, you’ll experience generously sized homes, lots of outdoor spaces, and overall get more bang for your buck.
Always strong, the Potomac market offers something for everyone... even celebrities.
Potomac is home to large properties with wide lawns but also offers options like condominiums to those looking for something different. In a market that has shifted to value outdoor space and privacy, Potomac is fueled by homebuyers seeking to maintain their access to D.C. while enjoying a different pace of life at home. The heightened level of privacy also means that your neighbors in Potomac will have some pretty big names.
You’ll Fall in Love With
The privacy, the Cabin John Trail, and new experiences.
Located within Montgomery County residents of Potomac are privy to top-rated public schools, a wealth of cultural experiences (including Potomac’s own Glenstone Museum), and the stability of the DC Area job market and economy.