- 4 Beds
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- 2,300 SqFt
Chase Point Condos For Sale, Washington, DC
Located at 4301 Military Road NW, Washington, DC 20015
The large luxury condominium known as Chase Point in northwestern Washington, DC has all the borders covered! Built in 2007, the complex is located in Friendship Heights but is also on the border of Chevy Chase. Not only that, it’s on the border of DC and Maryland.
Add to that, Friendship Heights in DC has a sister community in Maryland known as Friendship Village, while Chevy Chase is also twins—one on each side of the border!
Active Home Listings in Chase Point Condominium
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- 2,192 SqFt
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But before we get too deep into a long and somewhat complicated geographical history, you should know that Chase Point is home to 107 luxury condos for sale. The eight-story building is at 4301 Military Road, NW, at the corner of Western Avenue.
These are no cookie-cutter condos. Indeed, there are 70 different floor plans to choose from. The sizes vary widely, from studios at about 600 square feet all the way to three-bedroom residences that measure around 3,200 square feet. There are also some bi-level penthouse suites.
In addition to the 70 uniquely different layouts, residents enjoy premium hardwood and/or marble floors, along with open space designs, floor-to-ceiling windows, private outdoor spaces and en-suite bathrooms with luxury finishes. And when it comes to cooking, you can expect chef’s grade kitchens with granite counters and Viking stainless steel appliances.
Now, let’s get back to the region and its history for a moment. Friendship Heights dates back to a “friendship grant” that was given to colonists way back in the very early 1700s. The area was farmland until a streetcar line from Georgetown arrived, around 1900. At that point, residential development picked up on the DC side. The Maryland side developed a bit slower, and was dubbed the Village of Friendship Heights circa 1914.
Zoning laws in Friendship Heights were always loose, which led to an interesting hodgepodge of homes and businesses. These days, the community presents itself as a delightful blend of historic homes, newer luxury single-family homes for sale, condos and townhouses, and a host of upscale businesses. The retail sector lies primarily along Wisconsin Avenue with two malls, movie theatres, boutique ships, a Whole Foods and restaurants like Range by Bryan Voltaggio, Le Chat and Chad’s Friendship Heights.
There’s plenty of common amenities as well, such as secure garage parking, a front desk with concierge service, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a club room and a business conference center. And then there’s the fantastic location. Friendship Heights also has its own Metro rail station.
Condos for sale at Chase Point generally start around $800,000 and can climb to nearly $2 million. But you get a lot for your money and a great location. You can go shopping at Gucci, Jimmy Choo and Tiffany’s, then hit a great restaurant. And after your busy day, kick back and relax on your private terrace with a drink. You deserve the perks of life!
Life on the DC/Maryland Border
The area where Washington, DC and Maryland is a highly popular place to live. Chase Point is at 4301 Military Road NW, just steps from Wisconsin Avenue. The Wisconsin Avenue Corridor has been a hotbed of activity in recent years, with both commercial and residential development and redevelopment. The super close proximity of the Friendship Heights Metro Station has added even more emphasis to growth—transit oriented development is a key phrase throughout the DC region.
What does all this mean in simple and relatable terms? It’s the idea of being able to live, work, shop, play and commute, all within easy walking distance. While Maryland and Washington, DC are on opposite sides of the Western Avenue borderline—that area itself is seamless. The number of businesses continues to expand, both along Wisconsin Avenue and its parallel partner Connecticut Avenue to the east.
In addition to the immediate neighborhood, there’s also plenty to do and see to within a few miles. For example, popular Bethesda Row with its shops, cinemas and restaurants is less than two miles to the north, just of Wisconsin Avenue. There’s also numerous events there, including Bethesda Film Fest, Live Jazz Thursdays, Yoga on the Lane and so much more! Just to the east is fabulous Rock Creek Park with golf, tennis and recreation galore. Head south into the heart of DC and the possibilities continue to grow, including outdoorsy things like the National Zoo and the National Mall with all its landmarks and museums.
But Washington, DC and Maryland are also famous for nightlife. Whether it’s clubbing in Adams Morgan or the U Street Corridor, amazing restaurants in Dupont Circle, or Downtown DC with its dizzying array of shows, bar-hopping and gala events, the nation’s capital has few peers. And don’t sleep on all the possibilities from Friendship Heights and Friendship Village to Chevy Chase and Downtown Bethesda. The possibilities are endless!
There’s also the aforementioned transit convenience to consider. The Friendship Heights Metro with Red Line service is a short stroll away. You can also hoof it or bicycle around the area if that’s your preference. Plus, Chase Point residents enjoy secure underground parking. Just exit the garage and head out along the many roadways that will take you wherever you choose to go.
Call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass to learn more about condos for sale at Chase Point, (202) 798-3600.