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4846 Bradley Blvd# 221 – Coveted Kenwood Forest Property For Sale

Just Listed in Kenwood Forest! – 4846 Bradley blvd # 221 – Chevy Chase, MD  20815

  • 2 bedrooms, 2.5Bath + Deck Kenwood Forest Unit For Sale
  • Property Type:  Condo (Though many mistake Kenwood Forest for Townhomes) .  It is our distinct privilege to represent  4846 Bradley Blvd – Chevy Chase – MD. A coveted community with close proximity to Downtown Bethesda.

Location in this premium location just a reach from countless Bethesda ROW amenities – including, but never limited to, a wide variety of boutique shopping, restaurants, Bethesda Landmark Theatre, Bethesda Lane, Bethesda Metro….

 

A Video Profile: Kenwood Forest Townhomes / Condos – Chevy Chase, MD

While the official zip code of this townhome enclave is 20815 (Chevy Chase, MD) – most people think of Downtown Bethesda when they visit Kenwood Forest, due to its proximity (walking, actually) to the Downtown Bethesda scene.

One of the few townhome communities with condo-ownership, especially in lower Montgomery County, individual associations maintain the exteriors of all the properties, as well as the grounds.  Kenwood Forest units are mostly priced in the $500ks and $600ks.

View our “trailer” below to get a brief (really brief!) snippet of  “Kenwood Forest life”….

As a kind reminder, turn your volume down if your surroundings are “volume prohibitive” 🙂

A Little History…

Kenwood Forest was originally built as rental housing just after World War II. In the late 1970s developers began the conversion from rental to condo ownership.   Most units are two to three level townhome style with two, three and four bedrooms, with just a handful of one-level apartment style units. Many owners have added decks and, in recent years, renovations have included dramatic kitchen and bath updates.

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New Bethesda Urban Safeway Will Strengthen a “Forest”

The Bethesda/Chevy Chase community is excited for the new Downtown Bethesda area Safeway and we should be!  For those outside the area, here’s the skinny…

The construction site (at the corner of Arlington Lane & Bradley Blvd) was the former home of an “old” Safeway.  Many residents often referred to it as “dated”, or “the last option” grocery store in the neighborhood. As a Chevy Chase resident I know Jason Koitz, Realtor Extraordinare,  can attest to having had some of these same feelings.

So when the store closed several months back with the promise of a new “lifestyle” upgraded store to take its place, many of us were pleased to think of the possibilities — especially in light of the transformation of the “Social Safeway” in Georgetown-which has brought a unique vibe to grocery shopping in the Georgetown area.

There has been some crticism of the new structure and questions of accessibility at a very difficult intersection. In my humble opinion, having an anchor for the Kenwood Forest area, easily trumps the location challenge and this exciting new store will be very welcome in Bethesda.

A Kenwood Forest Effect?

This new shopping option may also add value to a residential area that has garnered attention by both young families and single professionals over the last several years. Kenwood Forest, a “townhome style” condo development, is just steps away from the new site of the new Safeway, and is sure to benefit from its arrival.

Officially located in Chevy Chase, Kenwood Forest is already highly desirable neighborhood  offering the Bethesda/Chevy Chase area’s only “townhome” (officially “condo ownership”) option at a price tag around or under $600k. Residents enjoy all the amenities of Downtown Bethesda living — a short walk to the Bethesda Ave Shops, Metro, easy access to the Capital Crescent Trail, etc — while retaining a neighborhood feel and sense of community.  There’s an escape from the urban hustle and bustle.

So now with an upscale market and coffee shop just steps away, does Kenwood Forest become more desirable?

Thoughts? And Thanks as Always…