Now is the time for home owners to be listing their Chevy Chase homes on the market! If you’re ready to sell your current home, then please contact us at The Estridge Group.
Betsy Ross and a couple of Montgomery County fire trucks led the way Thursday as the village of Chevy Chase celebrated the 4th of July with the traditional children’s parade from Village Hall to Oliver Street Park. The kids rode bikes and scooters festooned in red, white and blue. Some were pushed in strollers and […]
Solar energy arrays are not yet as common as slate shingles and squirrels on the roofs of Chevy Chase homes. But renewable energy from the sun is a growing presence. Drive around Chevy Chase neighborhoods and you’ll spot them–glass panels set on south-facing roofs. Some arrays are just a couple of panels. Some cover almost […]
Each year, U.S. News & World Report applies a series of performance metrics to public high schools in the United States to find those that deliver the best education. Factors include student-to-teacher ratio, college readiness/Advanced Placement courses, and proficiency in Algebra and English. 21,035 public high schools were reviewed and ranked in this year’s analysis, […]
According to a recent article in Forbes Magazine, some of the most affluent communities in America are right here in Chevy Chase! In fact, Chevy Chase Section Five has been ranked as America’s most affluent neighborhood, for the second year in a row. Chevy Chase Economy Sees Rapid Growth Per Forbes, Chevy Chase Section Five enjoys a median […]
Built in 1902 as a single-family home, the Somerset Town Hall began as one the 35 original residences built in Somerset between 1893 and 1905. Somerset obtained a town charter in 1906. With a town hall building that predates the town itself, there is a strong sense of history in Somerset. Maintaining the character of the […]
As the clock ticks on the latest federal budget impasse, it appears that austerity measures may take effect as of March 1, unless Congress and The White House can agree on an alternative. If unabated, the sequester would cause 1.2 trillion dollars in automatic spending cuts. We’re going to take a brief look at what the sequester could mean […]