Featured Home

This home was originally built as a spec home, but when former clients told us they needed to find a home for their son and daughter-in-law, the search for a buyer was over. After graduating from the University of Georgia (Go Dawgs!) and working in Atlanta, this successful young couple made the decision to relocate to Chevy Chase.

The home has a Chevy Chase address, but is just a few block walk to downtown Bethesda and also the Crescent Trail — perfect for them and their Labrador Retriever. The home boasted four finished levels with an elevator. They figured attic level guests might use the elevator, but never thought that they would need it (after all they were young millennials). After an unexpected medical emergency the elevator became a lifesaver, and they were so glad they had it. The style and flair of this young couple is evident in the way they furnished and accessorized the home that was built with beautiful finishes selected by our in-house team. And how bold to go with black walls in the lower level recreation room – very hip! The end result is a warm and inviting home with a lot of style that has brought so much joy to this young couple, and given them a place to call home together.


Featured Neighborhood | Downtown Bethesda

Bethesda, one of the most renowned communities in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, is a destination for restaurants, boutiques, home décor shops and artistic and trendy hot spots.  Residents, visitors and employees enjoy the convenience of a Washington, D.C. suburb with its own business center and the lifestyle amenities of one of the most coveted residential communities in the area.  A Metro station in the heart of Bethesda links the community to the rest of the Washington area. The free Bethesda Circulator makes getting around the downtown area even easier. Bethesda’s busy streets are always hosting special events including Taste of Bethesda, Imagination Bethesda, a free Summer Concert Series and the Bethesda Literary Festival. Additionally, the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District is home to numerous art galleries, live theatres, public art spaces and music and dance studios. Fun Facts: The workforce in the area exceeds 43,000 people, and the Bethesda Metro handles more than 15,000 passengers on average weekly!