Population: 23,790

Living in North Potomac, Maryland:
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2 comments on “North Potomac”

In Montgomery County, Maryland, North Potomac is a suburb area about 20 miles from Washington DC. It is one of the best places for living and raising family in Maryland. I moved here one year ago, attracted by that living here is safe, quiet, and convenient. There are many restaurants, coffee shops accessible by walking. The public schools here are also highly rated. I particularly like the parks nearby.

Krishnan, says: 2020

North Potomac, Maryland, is within easy driving distance of the District of Columbia, Northern Virginia, and Baltimore, Maryland. Residents have access to all forms of transportation, including, but not limited to, the subway, bus service, scooters, carpools, Uber, and major interstates and highways. Residents of North Potomac enjoy urban attractions and access while living in safe and tranquil neighborhoods.

Rebecca, says: 2020

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