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A second voicemail message from Chevy Chase leaked online Tuesday, depicting a deep rift between the veteran comedian and the creators of his ratings-challenged NBC sitcom "Community."
The Chevy Chase neighborhood in the District offers easy access to two of the city's most beloved amenities: Politics & Prose bookstore and the Avalon movie theater.
Teachers, tutors, coaches and baby sitters are among life's golden helpers, and at holiday time, many of them get thank-you gifts from the children and families they serve.
For Washingtonians who aspire to live a genteel life in an elegant home, Chevy Chase, Md., may be the perfect neighborhood. The streets of this community of upscale single-family homes are shaded by trees and lined with stately homes, lovely gardens and manicured lawns. In spite of the quiet atmosphere that surrounds these homes, the residences are adjacent to the D.C. border.
Situated between the vibrancy of the District and the bustle of downtown Bethesda is a charming brick Colonial in a parklike setting. The four-bedroom, three-bath home in the heart of Chevy Chase features a traditional floor plan with updated features and amenities, including a sunroom.
Tenley Hill, a development by P.N. Hoffman completed in 2002, offers a contemporary twist on a venerable tradition: a brick town home. At Tenley Hill condominium, buyers will find a midrise building with condominiums surrounding a courtyard. On the edges of the courtyard are several sleek, modern town homes.
The community of Chevy Chase, just across the border with Northwest Washington in Maryland, is well-known for its charming homes and its proximity to urban amenities in downtown Bethesda and the District.
When residents of a tiny section of Grant Road Northwest, just a stone's throw from the bustle of Wisconsin Avenue, got their designation as a historic district in 2003 from the District's Office of Planning and Historic Preservation, they celebrated with a block party. Five years later, however, when residents of Chevy Chase in the District sought a similar designation, the neighborhood erupted in an internecine battle that pitted neighbor against neighbor and ended up with the proposal being withdrawn.
Curb appeal is the key when it comes to a classic brick Colonial comfortably situated on one of Chevy Chase's many tree-lined streets. A nicely landscaped yard and a dramatic double-door entry make the home at 2710 Daniel Road easy on the eyes.