A Look at Martin’s Addition

Martin’s Addition is a quiet Chevy Chase neighborhood east of the Chevy Chase Section 3 community. It is roughly bordered by Brookville Road to the west, Quincy Street to the south, Brennon Lane to the east and Thornapple Street to the north. The village is home to nearly 1,000 residents and has a median household income of just over $200,000 according to the last Census. With many beautifully updated Colonial-style homes, housing prices typically average around $800,000, while some homes exceed $1 million. shrub

Places of Interest Around Martin’s Addition in Chevy Chase

Although Martin’s Addition is a relatively small Chevy Chase neighborhood, home buyers have access to the following stores and eateries off of Brookville Road.

  • Olympia Coffee Shoppe
  • Brookville Pharmacy
  • Brookville Supermarket
  • La Ferme Restaurant

Just east of the neighborhood, Chevy Chase Park, Pinehurst Trail and Rock Creek Park are great areas to get some outdoor time.

If you own a dog and have a busy schedule, the Royal Pedigree Pet Care offers dog walking and pet sitting services, and is located right in the community.

Residents are only moments from the Maryland-Washington, DC border.

Bethesda Chevy Chase High School, one of the best high schools in Maryland, is about two miles away from the neighborhood, close to Bethesda Row shopping center and the Chevy Chase Club.

Home Buying and Home Selling In Martin’s Addition

Finding the right home in the DC Metro area can be an exciting (and nerve-wracking) adventure. Talk to our Chevy Chase real estate agents at The Estridge Group for current information about Chevy Chase homes for sale. And if you already live in Chevy Chase and you’re thinking of moving, we can help with that too! Set up a time to meet with us to find out how to make your Martin’s Addition home ready for the market.

2 thoughts on “A Look at Martin’s Addition

    1. Thank you for commenting. We actually have a piece on Pinehurst Village on the web-site. I actually live in Pinehurst Village. It usually gets swooped up into Rollingwood in terms of our community association and borders. I am glad to know people are reading my blogs:)

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