Renting an apartment in Potomac is a great housing option, particularly for those splitting time in between Potomac, 40-minute commuter traffic and D.C. Give yourself plenty of time to scope out the lay of the land in Potomac, and work on those quick decision-making skills as the two percent average vacancy rate makes this one highly sought-after city to live in. Not the best news for people looking to move here (but well worth the wait, if you can make it!), but it is fantastic news for those who are already here (because who doesn’t dream of a stable housing market).
North Potomac: North Potomac is a quaint haven for those who let their sprawling land speak for itself. Finding a rental property in this part of town may be hard to come by (but by no means impossible!) as this area tends to be reserved for the more settled type.
Potomac Village: You’ll be at the center of everything in this contemporary neighborhood. Bustling strip malls and inspiring business centers continue to pop up in this trendy pocket of Potomac. Between the shopping and the food options, your day could only be beat if someone decided to cook you dinner.
Heritage Farm: The Heritage Farm area is home to plenty of green… figuratively and literally. Located close to the Heritage Farm Park, which boasts 30 acres of exploration, this neighborhood is ideal for those that just like to stretch their legs a bit. Tennis, biking, hiking and more are all easily accessible activities for recreation.
Dreaming of Potomac living? Imagine this. You’re 15 miles northwest of D.C., nestled between rolling hills and the beautiful river. Your studio apartment in Potomac Village is within walking distance or a quick drive to shopping outlets, the C and O Canal National Park, and fabulous dining options like the Grilled Oyster Company, Founding Farmers and Sugo Cicchetti. You’ll likely spend your weekends in a series of matches at the local tennis club, enjoying a leisurely horseback ride, or practicing your golf swing at Avenel. The heavy concentration of artistically-minded citizens is inspiration to much of the city’s visual charm, by which you yourself with undoubtedly continue to be inspired. By the time Monday morning rolls around, you’ll be well rested for your 40-minute commute to your office in D.C. (unless you choose to take public transit).
So now, the decision is yours (and if you’re looking to move to Potomac, you’re likely already very good at making decisions). The city looks forward to heralding your arrival!