North Chevy Chase
North Chevy Chase Community Offers A High Quality of Life to Residents
Considered a village within Montgomery County, North Chevy Chase was originally established as a Special Tax District in 1925 and later incorporated as a village in 1996.
This community of just more than 500 people is beloved today for being a great place to live, work and play.
The History of North Chevy Chase
This community actually sits on the location of Clean Drinking plantation, which George Washington actually wrote about in his diary.
Around the early 20th century, residential development began in the area with the help of William H. Walker, who laid out a community plan and started selling lots.
By 1924, the community was incorporated as a special tax district, although it wasn’t until 1996 that it became fully incorporated as a municipality.
Modern Day North Chevy Chase
Today, this community is home to many gorgeous residences that have been well-preserved overtime. A lot of them have also been updated to reflect modern housing market trends.
Meanwhile, the children who live in this community are served by the Montgomery County Public Schools system.
Specifically, children living here will attend such high performing schools as Rosemary Hills Elementary School, Norht Chevy Chase Elementary School, Westland Middle School and Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School.
There’s also a magnet elementary school in the area called North Chevy Chase Elementary School. It opened in 1953 as a community school and reopened in 1972 as a magnet for grades 3 through 6.
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