Chevy Chase is a neighborhood located in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington DC. Chevy Chase is bounded by Rock Creek park to the east, Western Avenue and Tennyson Street to the north, Reno Road to the west and Broad Branch Road to the south.
DC neighborhoods adjacent to Chevy Chase include Barnaby Woods, Forest Hills and Friendship Heights. Chevy Chase is served by the Van Ness-UDC, Tenleytown-AU and Friendship Heights Metro Stations.
Chevy Chase developed as a street car suburb in the early 1900s. Many of the original homes built in Chevy Chase were Sears Catalog homes and a large percentage of these homes still remain today. Many Chevy Chase residents live in condo developments that line Connecticut Avenue.
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There’s no doubt real estate in DC can be pricey, but the region as a whole just hit a brand-new record. The median sales price for a single-family home in DC this past October surpassed $1 million for the very first time.
According to a report from listing service Bright MLS, that’s a gain of more than $200,000 year-over-year. Prices rose about 24-percent in a 12-month period to reach a median sales price of $1.1 million in October 2020.
It was even higher than that in some areas. ... Read More
Home prices are on the rise in the DC area, as more neighborhoods pass the million-dollar mark. Consistently you’ll find around 10 or so million-dollar neighborhoods in DC, where homes all average prices above $1 million.
Some neighborhoods are even higher than that. Last year the Spring Valley neighborhood had a median sale price of around $1.8 million, a big jump over last year. Large homes are the norm in this neighborhood of politicians, media personalities and Washington elite.
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You’ve probably heard of them, but have you ever wondered how some of DC’s neighborhoods got their names? From tropical islands to smog, it seems DC neighborhoods all have a story of their own.
Sure, it brings to mind a “pleasant” place to live, and that may be exactly what led to the name Pleasant Plains in the first place. Back in the 1700s it’s said that a farmer bought up a large amount of undeveloped land where the neighborhood now sits. His family named part of... Read More
Certain DC’s neighborhoods certainly have a reputation for being exclusive. However, while a former president, lobbyists, big names in the media and politicians all call swanky Kalorama home, it isn’t tops when it comes to DC’s wealthiest ZIP codes.
That honor goes to ZIP Code 20015, ranked as the most expensive in DC, at least according to GoBankingRates.com. The financial website looked at cost of living data from across the nation, then put it together with mortgage data and median... Read More
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While politics obviously play a central role for many living in DC, sometimes the real treasure of a DC lifestyle is discovering the hidden gems of some of the area’s neighborhoods. With that in mind, we’ve come up with a list of some of our favorite independent DC bookstores.
Politics & Prose
Staying with the political theme, Politics & Prose is a true Connecticut Avenue delight. Found in Chevy Chase, the bookstore commonly hosts notable authors for re... Read More
He doesn’t assume federal office until January but already Vice President-elect Mike Pence has moved into the DC area. Pence and his family are currently renting in Chevy Chase, a family-friendly community known for its tree-line streets and affluent residents.
It’s likely a temporary arrangement, as the Pence family is expected to move into the official V.P. residence when current Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Jill move out. The two recently gave the new owners a tour of the ... Read More
Affluent Chevy Chase straddles the upper northwest border in DC, as well as its historic and affluent neighbor, Chevy Chase, Maryland. Just north of downtown DC, the area is served by several Metrobus lines that shoot directly into downtown DC, and residents can walk to three Metro Stations: Friendship Heights, Tenleytown-AU, and Van Ness-UDC, all on the Red Line. Chevy Chase, DC was developed in the early 1900s following completion of a streetcar line stretching through DC to downtown.... Read More
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Listing information last updated on January 28th, 2021 at 5:45am EST.