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What's For Sale in DC's Chevy Chase: September 2013

Around the turn of the last century, the trolley line that ran along Connecticut Avenue from Downtown Washington made Chevy Chase one of the city's first popular suburbs.  And while the trolley stopped running many years ago, Chevy Chase remains a favorite neighborhood for people moving to the Washington, DC area.

The homes in Chevy Chase are architecturally diverse, including everything from Sears Roebuck Bungalows to mid-century, and even some new construction.  

As of today, there are 13 homes for sale in Chevy Chase - DC.  The prices range from a low of $749,000 for a 4-square on Upland Street NW  to a high of $1,475,000 for a 7-bedroom recently constructed home on Moreland Place NW.

My favorite is at 3736 Huntington Street NW, listed by a favorite colleague, Jeff Lockard, at TTR-Sotheby's.  It's a magical stone craftsman bungalow with a high end renovation renovation.  And I can just picture myself sipping mint julips on the expansive front veranda.

If you would like more information about homes for sale in Chevy Chase, please call me.  And if you are planning to move to or from the DC metro area, I can help.  Call at 202-549-5167 or email me at housepat@mac.com.

 

Comment balloon 2 commentsPatricia Kennedy • September 22 2013 08:55PM
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