18 of the Top 25 ‘Best Places to Live in Maryland’ are In MoCo

Updated at 10:21pm to reflect that 18 of the top 25 places are in MoCo (including Somerset at #16).

​Niche has released their 2019 ‘Best Places to Live’ lists and 18 of the top 25 ‘Best Places to Live in Maryland’ are in MoCo!

Making the top 25 are the following places in MoCo:

1. North Potomac
2. North Bethesda
3. Garrett Park
4. South Kensington
5. Bethesda
6. Potomac
8. Chevy Chase
10. Rockville
11. Kensington
12. Forest Glen
14. Travilah
16. Somerset
17. Takoma Park
18. Derwood
20. Brookmont
23. Clarksburg
24. Olney
25. Four Corners

North Potomac also came in at #13 nationwide in their ‘Best Suburb to Raise a Family in America’ list.

​The full list from Niche is available here and the Niche website explains where their grades come from and how they calculate rankings.

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