Potomac in Maryland is approximately 15 miles northwest of Washington D.C. Potomac Village is at the intersections of Falls Road and River Road. The town was named as the seventh most educated small community in the entire country by Forbes business magazine. It was also listed in CNN Money.com as the fourth most prosperous town in 2009. Potomac boasts beautiful estates and million dollar homes.
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About LeDroit Park
LeDroit Park was founded in 1873 by Amzi Barber, a wealthy businessman, who named the area after his father-in-law. The community was one of D.C.’s first suburbs and was advertised as a romantic neighborhood. It featured narrow, tree-lined roads that were given tree names, as opposed to other streets in the District which were generally named after numbers, letters, or states. And landscaping was a major focus, intended to attract residents. The community was even gated to promote security and an air of separation for residents.
Despite its creation as a segregated area, by the 1940s many elite African Americans also called LeDroit Park home. Today, the neighborhood is extremely diverse, representing a countless number of ethnic groups.
LeDroit Park today
Visitors often marvel over the neighborhood’s Victorian mansions and homes designed by famed architect James McGill. Of his 64 homes built in the area during the mid 1870s, no two were identical. Fifty still remain today.
The neighborhood prides its self on engaging residents and promoting beauty and development. The area is home to the Park at LeDroit, which includes a playground, dog park, and Common Good City Farm, a community garden and agricultural education center. The park is so impressive that Prince Charles of Wales stopped by during his 2011 visit to the States. In addition, the community is enhanced by colorful murals painted on many walls throughout the area.
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Nationals Park is the home ballpark for Washington, D.C.’s Major League Baseball team, the Washington Nationals. It holds the distinction as the nation’s first green professional sports stadium to be LEED-certified.
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