Of all the places in Montgomery County, perhaps Potomac is the community that paints the ultimate picture of what modern life in the Washington D.C. suburbs can entail. Large sprawling estates with elite country clubs and a charming town center make Potomac a coveted place to live. Celebrities, politicians and high-profile athletes call Potomac their home – a land bordered by and named after the Potomac River that is accessible to inside-the-beltway workplaces and happenings. This highly educated and wealthy population’s suburban home includes the famed Congressional Country Club, a frequent PGA Tour stop where golf’s U.S. Open is occasionally held. Potomac’s geographical focal point, beyond the stately homes and dramatic riverside settings, is Potomac Village, a vibrant cluster of upscale shops and businesses at the intersection of Falls Road and River Road. It is here that the residents of Potomac draw upon the influences of the past and present and make even better choices for their future. Primarily made up of single family homes, Potomac offers residents private, larger acreage home sites away from the hustle bustle of Bethesda.