Why We Love Chevy Chase MD Homes

Chevy Chase MD homes is a charming residential community that is far removed from the noise and chaos of downtown DC. Like many suburbs, Chevy Chase moved from farmland to suburbia when the streetcar line was built. Yet, Chevy Chase was a little more far-removed from the city, which enabled the small town charm to stay preserved. Unlike neighbors Friendship Heights and Tenleytown, Chevy Chase is packed with independent local businesses, rather than national chains.

Even though Chevy Chase MD homes are situated away from the clamor of the city, there are still plenty of places to hang out. The Avalon Theatre (circa 1923) is a cool setting to catch a film. Comet Ping Pong serves terrific pizza, while the American City Diner serves up DC’s best milkshakes. The morning and lunch crowds flock to Pumpernickel’s Deli for bagels and sandwiches.  Shoppers will find all they need in the Mazza Gallerie or the Chevy Chase Pavilion.

From a real estate agent’s standpoint, Chevy Chase MD homes are huge. They’re set on small streets with towering trees and peppered amid rolling hills of open land. Families are attracted to the stroller-friendly sidewalks, safe bike paths and large yards where their children can play. Recreation at Rock Creek Park and Capital Crescent Trail are conveniently located nearby. There are a few maintenance-free condos on Connecticut Avenue, but the area is still quiet. What residents love most about living in Chevy Chase MD homes is that it’s spacious, hilly, wooded and private – yet, conveniently located close to the city, Rock Creek Park and retail havens in Friendship Heights or Tenleytown.

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