Potomac, MD is a secluded suburban community teeming with superlatives: 2013’s most affluent community according to CNNMoney.com, the seventh most top-educated American small town according to Forbes, and ranked by Bloomberg Businessweek as twenty-ninth richest zip code in all of the United States in 2011.
The scenic landscape of Potomac is defined by tree lined streets, sweeping plots of land, and prominent single-family homes. Some of most affluent neighborhoods in the entire country, such as Potomac Manors, Bradley Manor-Longwood, and Carderock are located in Potomac.
In the center of town, Potomac Village offers an idyllic retreat of ultra fashionable residences, shopping, and dining.
Outdoor recreation abounds in Potomac. TPC at Avenel Farms is one of the top championship golf courses in the country. Potomac is also adjacent to Great Falls Park, a national park overflowing with opportunities to hike and sightsee.
Potomac is bordered by the Potomac River, Bethesda, Cabin John, McLean, Great Falls, Rockville, and North Bethesda.