Before Buying a House in the Washington, DC
Ask your Buyer’s Agent,
“Which Neighborhoods are Best for Trick or Treating?”
Tomorrow night is Halloween! Kids are excited. Costumes are put together and the candyis sitting in a bowl close to the front door. (The power of positive thinking.) After the school parade tomorrow afternoon, it will seem like an eternity for your children before it gets dark and they can go out trick or treating with their group of happy friends. With big smiles on their faces they will run up and down the streets, knock on doors, and politely scream, “Trick or Treat!” After a brief thank you, the children will rush on to the next home all aglow with festive decorations. What absolute fun!
So which Maryland, DC, and Virginia neighborhoods are best for kids to go treat or treating in?
What to Look For!
1. Look for neighborhoods that have a party, gathering place, or parade prior to trick or treating. This gets all the kids together for some food and fun before they're let loose in one enormous pack.
2. Neighborhoods that have the homes close together are also ideal for maximum candy and UNICEF collection.
3. Neighborhoods with an absolute ton of little ones make for a truly exciting candy packed evening.
Here are the Top Halloween Trick or Treating Neighborhood Picks from Buyer's Edge:
Glen Echo, MD
Cabin John, MD
Brookmont in Bethesda, MD
Wood Acres in Bethesda, MD
Martin’s Addition, Chevy Chase, MD
Takoma Park, Maryland
Woodside in Silver Spring, MD
American University Park, NW
Chevy Chase, NW
Capitol Hill, SE
Clarendon in Arlington, VA
Maywood in Arlington, VA
Old Town in Alexandria, VA
Delray in Alexandria, VA
Let us know where your favorite trick or treat spots are? The kids need for us to get this right. 301.657.1475