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Old 07-29-2010, 08:22 AM
 
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My new job in Falls Church and my wife's is in Annapolis. What would be a good living area or even buy a house/town home when I have a 5 year old?
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Old 07-29-2010, 12:29 PM
 
Location: Columbia Heights, D.C.
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You'd probably want to look at something in D.C., Capitol Hill comes to mind with that you have access to 295 which will take you to Rt. 50 to Annapolis and 395 which you can take to the GW parkway to I-66 to Falls Church. Both are about equal distance, with you having somewhat of a shorter commute. Arlington/Alexandria is do-able but your wifes commute will be longer also Ft. Washington is good but your commute will then be longer and your wife's will be shorter. I wouldn't look at anything in Montgomery County either since that'll make your wife's commute a living hell.
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Old 07-29-2010, 12:32 PM
 
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Hi, Thanks to all: I am a very new user of this system and already impressed but don't know how to use it properly. I need a help and thanks for any input in advance to all the senior and pro users.

My new job in Falls Church and my wife's is in Annapolis. What would be a good living area or even buy a house/town home - I don't mind taking a short term rent first if you think that is more helpful. I have a 4.9 year old and she is turning 5 on Oct - so is she going to miss the public schooling this year?
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