Dogs are man’s best friend and who doesn’t want to spend the day with their best friend? Rockville dog owners are lucky to be in an area that offers so many opportunities to get out and about with their four-legged friends. With 65 community parks, the city and its surrounding area makes it easy to get outdoors for two and four-legged exercise. And the pooch-friendly atmosphere doesn’t stop there. Restaurants, shops, and attractions throughout Rockville roll out the welcome mat to accommodate not only their customers, but their furry friends as well. Here are the best places to eat, drink and play with your dog in Rockville, MD:
We’re excited to announce that EYA’s newest community, Tower Oaks, will be opening for sales this September 2019. Ideally located in Rockville, MD, Tower Oaks will offer exceptional community amenities, quietly tucked away on 44 acres surrounded by wooded preserve, and only moments from favorite shopping, dining, and entertainment destinations.
New home construction or resale? This is a question many home shoppers ask when beginning their new home search. Which one is right for you can depend on many factors, including lifestyle preference and personal priorities. Here are eight reasons why new home construction may be the better choice for you.
Did you know Rockville, MD was voted one of the nation's top places to live and also one of the happiest? It's easy to see why with its variety of outdoor activities, professional job opportunities, hundreds of retail and dining options, and beautiful parks. To learn more about the city and everything it has to offer, check out our brand new neighborhood guide, highlighting locals' favorite things to do and what they love about the city.
As a homeowner, there are many things you need to keep up with and keep track of regarding your home. Luckily, there’s an app for that! Here are 13 of the best smart apps for your home that will make your life easier.
There is no doubt that Alexandrians love dogs. A quick stroll down the sidewalks of Old Town, and you’ll see shops, artisans, and restaurant owners have left an assortment of water bowls and biscuit jars outside their doorsteps, welcoming dogs to take a break, and sometimes even to come inside.