Chevy Chase Lake Apartments is an apartment community located just a short drive from Interstate 495 in Chevy Chase, MD. The property is within walking distance of several bus stops and a convenient shopping center. Everything from restaurants to grocery stores to banks and retail stores are readily available in the immediate area of these apartments. The community is less than eight miles from downtown DC and is in one of the more central locations in the city of Chevy Chase.
The community features both apartment and townhome options with one, two, and three bedroom apartments and then two and three bedroom townhomes. Each apartment and townhome has individually controlled heating and air conditioning, while there are also ceiling fans in several rooms for optimal temperature control. Washers and dryers are available in each unit and kitchens have a dishwasher and gas range stove in them. All apartments and townhomes are also cable and internet ready. It should be noted that a few of the utilities are included in the cost of rent.
Chevy Chase Lake Apartments is one of the few apartment communities in the area that allow both dogs and cats which will require a small monthly fee. The surrounding area of the apartments is very well landscaped and residents thoroughly enjoy the hiking and trail walking opportunities in the immediate area. Overall, residents of the Chevy Chase Lake Apartments love the peaceful surrounding area of the property while still enjoying the central location in Chevy Chase and proximity to downtown DC.
From I-495: Exit 33 Connecticut Ave. (MD 185) toward Chevy Chase. Continue for less than 1 mile & turn L on Manor Rd. Community will be on right.
From DC: Take Connecticut Ave. north into Chevy Chase. Turn R onto Manor Rd. Community will be on right.
The Chevy Chase Land Company of Montgomery County, Maryland is a 120-year-old development and property management company located in Chevy Chase, Maryland. The Company is distinguished from other property management firms by its historic background and by the tradition of managing its own properties.