The list, put together by Money Magazine, considered towns based on their population, median family income, median home price and the town’s local amenities.
Potomac, Md., ranks No. 4 on the list with a population of 46,387 and a median family income of $239,330. With Potomac’s rolling green hills and expansive estates, the area is dotted with prosperous Washington, D.C.-area executives who call Potomac home. The median home price is $795,000.
Falls Church, Va., ranks No. 18 on the list. With a population of 13,389, Money says this town maintains a small-town charm while providing big urban perks including gourmet grocery stores and quality schools. The median family income is $157,069 with a median home price of $510,000.
Olney, Md., ranks No. 22 on the list with a population of 34,921 and a median family income of $147,530. Olney offers great amenities that include five grocery stores and an indoor swim facility. The median home price is $430,000.
Vienna, Va., ranks No. 24 on the list, based on its excellent schools, location to Washington, D.C. and its town celebrations. With a population of 16,285, Money notes there’s nowhere left to build in Vienna, so developers often tear down and rebuild. The median family income is $144,502 with a median home price of $550,000.
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