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Montgomery County | Westside at Shady Grove Metro | Rockville | D.C. Area

Top 5 reasons Rockville is a great place to live

By: EYA Homes
March 14th, 2019

Nestled in central Montgomery County, Rockville, MD is regarded as one of America’s leading small cities for work, play and life. Inflated hype? Not likely. The more than 3,000 residents who participate in Rockville’s biennial community survey consistently support the city’s outstanding reputation. In 2016, 92% rated Rockville’s overall quality of life as excellent or good and 86% gave similar ratings to its overall quality of services. So it’s no surprise that new homes in Rockville are in high demand as first-home buyers, professional couples, small families and empty nesters look to “Get Into It” as the city’s slogan suggests. Here are our top five reasons why Rockville is a great place to live.

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Dining | Recreation | Bethesda | Grosvenor Heights | Westside at Shady Grove Metro | Rockville | Old Town Alexandria | Montgomery Row | Chevy Chase Lake | The Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake | Robinson Landing | Wine | D.C. Area

Five DC area sweet spots to enjoy Valentine’s dinner

By: EYA Homes
February 13th, 2019

As Valentine’s Day approaches, what better way to celebrate with a spouse, child, partner or friend, than a special Valentine’s night on the town at a local restaurant. From lobster tail to chocolate soufflé, “sweetheart deals” and “say I love you” pairings abound. To help you choose your sweet spot, we’ve created a short list of five DC area favorite restaurants for Valentine's Day 2019.

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Grosvenor Heights | Westside at Shady Grove Metro | Montgomery Row | Lock and Go Lifestyle | DC townhomes | Homewoner Maintenance | Chevy Chase Lake | The Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake | New Townhomes | Robinson Landing | walkable community | D.C. Area

Top 3 things to consider when choosing between a condo or townhome

By: EYA Homes
December 19th, 2018

Townhomes and condominiums offer today’s homebuyer a variety of choices for living in walkable downtown and suburban neighborhoods and are ideal for those seeking a low maintenance, lock and leave lifestyle.

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Grosvenor Heights | Westside at Shady Grove Metro | Fitness | Montgomery Row | The Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake | Robinson Landing | EYA | D.C. Area | Cider Ride | WABA | Bike

The annual Cider Ride: a celebration of cycling in the DC area

By: EYA Homes
October 30th, 2018

One of the area's most popular cycling events is just around the corner! Join cycling enthusiasts and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) for the annual Cider Ride on Saturday, November 3. Sign up today, if you haven't already, as spaces fill up quickly.

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Recreation | Old Town Alexandria | Robinson Landing | D.C. Area

Must-See Arts Guide to Old Town Alexandria

By: EYA Homes
September 20th, 2018

This weekend, the 16th annual King Street Art Festival will bring more than 220 exhibiting artists to Alexandria to display their creations and crafts. Festival go-ers will be treated to an array of fantastic paintings, sculptures, jewelry, photography, ceramics and more.

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Shopping | Old Town Alexandria | Lock and Go Lifestyle | Robinson Landing | retail | D.C. Area

10 Can't-Miss Shopping Experiences in Old Town Alexandria

By: EYA Homes
August 30th, 2018

The Washington, D.C. metro area offers some of the finest retail districts on the East Coast in neighborhoods like Chevy Chase, Friendship Heights, Georgetown and Tysons. But none may rival Old Town Alexandria where a mix of quaint shops, fashionable boutiques and eclectic studios line the city’s cobblestone streets in buildings dating to the Federal Period.

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