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When you work hard, you deserve a life you love. Many residents living in Potomac, Maryland commute to nearby Washington, D.C., but then come home to unwind in a life thoughtfully designed for comfort and relaxation.
Potomac, Maryland in Montgomery County is a census-designated place named for the Potomac River. CNNMoney.com, in 2013, listed Potomac as the most affluent town in the United States based solely on median household income. Many other titles, credits, awards, and attributes have been assigned to the lifestyle in Potomac, most of which have to do with education and wealth.
Spanning just over 26 miles in Maryland, Potomac is home to a population of 44,965 residents who earn annual household incomes of around $177,834, well above the state average annual household income of $75,847. Home values in the area are equally impressive with average values of around $919,929, considerably more expensive than the $299,800 average home values in other parts of Maryland.
Students living in Potomac receive their education via the Montgomery County Public School District, which houses Thomas S. Wootton High School, and Winston Churchill High School. Additionally, there are three private schools and three religious schools throughout Potomac.
Potomac, Maryland receives, on average, 42 inches of rain each year and an additional 19 inches of snow, all spread apart over a total of 75 days with measurable precipitation. Otherwise, there are more than 200 annual says of sunshine with high summer temperatures of around 87 degrees and winter lows at around 25 degrees.
Potomac, Maryland isn’t a place you live in by default, out of convenience, or because of some random life events. No, on the contrary, living in Potomac is a lifestyle of choice, custom-tailored to fit the unique needs of its homeowners and their households. You work hard so you can live well. Wrap yourself in the cozy comforts of home in Potomac, Maryland.
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