Potomac real estate is owned by many of the wealthiest residents in the Washington DC area and is known for its palatial homes on large manicured lots. It is also the richest town in the entire state of Maryland. Many professionals, athletes, celebrities and diplomats purchase Potomac real estate choosing a relatively short commute in exchange for the amazing lifestyle, beautiful luxury homes, great estates and extraordinary properties.


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Approximately 15 miles from the D.C. line and 10 miles from Bethesda MD, the Potomac Maryland real estate landscape personifies country estate living with a predominance of million dollar homes and mega-mansions. CNN Money selected Potomac MD as one of the ’25 Top-Earning Towns’ in 2008 stating “The locals still call it horse country, but much of Potomac has been turned over to the Washington, D.C., area’s wealthiest residents.” In addition to the lifestyle, it is also recommended for its high-quality education system. The Potomac MD schools are among the best in Montgomery County MD.

Some of the more notable communities include Avenel with a wide variety of home styles surrounding itsTPC golf course, Potomac Falls, Bradley Farms, Falconhurst, Potomac Manors, River Falls and Palatine. Potomac MD is a small town rich in heritage characterized by rolling green hills, premier real estate, gracious country clubs, and an abundance of recreational opportunities. What began years ago as a summer escape for Washington’s elite has now become a year round home to many. Potomac MD is still an ideal place to live for horse lovers which has been a tradition since the early 1900s. Horse lovers began flocking to Potomac in the 1920’s when Washington’s fox hunters were looking for the ideal place to pursue their sport. In the 1940’s, the “Potomac Hunt” was established followed by the Potomac Polo Club which is still active today.

Amidst the grandeur of Potomac real estate … there is an abundance of world-class recreational spots including the popular and scenic Great Falls National Park which is but a few miles from Potomac Village, the town center featuring upscale shops and businesses at the intersection of Falls and River Roads. The renowned Congressional Country Club was established in 1924 and while the clubhouse is technically located in Bethesda, Congressional and its history has always been an integral part of Potomac.