Click on the individual community names below to learn more about the unique and diverse areas of Chevy Chase, DC, Chevy Chase, MD, and Foggy Bottom.


Chevy Chase, DC

Located in the Northwest quadrant of D.C., Chevy Chase is an affluent neighborhood that bisects the D.C. and Maryland border. It is bounded by Western Avenue and Tennyson Street to the north, Rock Creek Park to the east, Branch Road to the south, and Reno Road to the west. Chevy Chase is known for its picturesque, tree-lined streets and lively commercial district.

Like its Maryland neighbor, Chevy Chase was named after Northern England’s Cheviot Hills by Colonel Joseph Belt in 1725, who was granted 1,000 acres by Lord Baltimore...


Chevy Chase, MD

Located immediately northwest of Washington D.C., the mostly suburban residential community of Chevy Chase, Maryland contains an eclectic mix of private homes ranging from the historic to brand new and varying in style from gracious, rambling homes on large lots to townhomes and condos.  Many parts of the community are within easy walking distance of neighborhood shops, restaurants, parks, schools and entertainment amenities …and everything is conveniently accessible by Metrorail and Metrobus.

The greater Chevy Chase area is a community of communities, including the Town of Chevy Chase, Chevy Chase Village, Martin’s Addition, North Chevy Chase, Somerset, Rollingwood, and others…


Foggy Bottom

Located in the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., between Georgetown and the White House, Foggy Bottom earned its dewy moniker from the fog drawn to its lowland location near the banks of the Potomac River.  Dating back to the late 18th century, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Foggy Bottom residents enjoy an eclectic blend of new and historic houses, condominiums, co-ops and numerous mid-rise apartment buildings…