A well-heeled community with one foot in D.C.

Welcome to Chevy Chase

Chevy Chase refers to a neighborhood and neighboring villages that straddle the Maryland-Washington, D.C. border: Chevy Chase, Chevy Chase Village, Chevy Chase Section Three, Chevy Chase Section Five, North Chevy Chase, and Martin's Additions.

An Ideal Location Overlapping D.C.

The center of Chevy Chase, Maryland is located approximately 20 minutes from Washington, D.C. via Broad Branch Road NW and Beach Drive NW. Both Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Dulles International Airport lie within 30 minutes of Chevy Chase, Maryland.
The Friendship Heights station on Washington Metro’s red line is within easy walking distance of the Chevy Chase neighborhood in D.C. Chevy Chase also borders Bethesda, Maryland, putting it within easy reach of the powerful business hubs found there. 


District of Columbia Public Schools serves the D.C. neighborhood of Chevy Chase, which is zoned to:
There are also several private schools in Chevy Chase, D.C., including Blessed Sacrament School and St John’s College High School.
In Chevy Chase, Maryland, students are served by The Montgomery County Public Schools system. Public schools serving the various villages of Chevy Chase include:
Private schools in Chevy Chase, Maryland include:



The D.C. portion of Chevy Chase sits adjacent to the shopping in Friendship Heights. The Collection at Chevy Chase includes Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. Sushiko Japanese cuisine is worth visiting for sushi or ambitious multi-course offerings, and many other great dining options are available in this shopping center.

The neighborhood of Chevy Chase in Northwest Washington, D.C. also borders the beautiful wooded Rock Creek Park, a 1,754-acre escape from the city’s bustling neighborhoods. Horseback riding, tennis, hiking trails, and more are available in this expansive green park.
Minutes away in Bethesda, you’ll find prestigious country clubs — including the Congressional Country Club, which has hosted major championships — and the Round House Theatre, which puts on well-curated, thought-provoking performances.

Well-Educated and Prosperous

Chevy Chase, Maryland, stands among the most educated towns in the United States, with 85.5% holding college degrees, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The area’s impressive median household income of $192,273 places it among the most affluent suburbs of Washington, D.C.

A Home to Suit Every Taste

A variety of home types are found in Chevy Chase: pied-à-terre luxury condos, townhomes, and expansive estates. These homes range from unassuming 20th-century bungalows to stunning new construction homes.
Architectural styles found among Chevy Chase’s homes include Tudor, contemporary, and colonial. There are also many new construction homes found within Chevy Chase.
Especially desirable neighborhoods in Chevy Chase, Maryland, include Kenwood, Somerset, and Chevy Chase Village.

Buying or Selling a Home in Chevy Chase

If you’re thinking about buying or selling a home on either the Maryland or D.C. side of Chevy Chase, seek the advice of Nadia Khan. As a leading authority in the local residential real estate market, Nadia will provide you with expert market analysis, unparalleled service, and a seamless transition.

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