The DC metro area is often ranked as one of the best in the country, but some people may disagree with that assessment.
The US capital is ranked first on our list of best cities to visit, but we were surprised to see that the region is also considered one of Washington, D.C.’s least desirable places to live.
In fact, the city’s residents are often seen as the worst of the worst.
Here’s our list, which includes DC’s least desirable areas:The top five places to visit Washington, and what’s their ranking?1.
Mount Vernon, Maryland (10th)2.
Georgetown, Virginia (11th)3.
Falls Church, Virginia: 5th (6th, with 1,300 residents)4.
Arlington, Virginia, with 7,500 residents5.
Arlington Heights, Maryland(7th)7.
Columbia, MarylandThe least desirable neighborhoods include:The metro area’s poorest areas are:The median household income is $57,800.