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Renovated four-bedroom on tree-lined block in Chevy Chase lists for $1.2M

The home comes with a fenced backyard and a finished basement

5709 Nevada Ave. NW
HomeVisit, courtesy of Washington Fine Properties’ Lisa Stransky Brown

Located in a quiet part of Chevy Chase, D.C., this four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom property at 5709 Nevada Ave. NW features more than 2,500 square feet of living space near the city’s Northwest border with Maryland. The kitchen and the bathrooms have been updated, with the former boasting stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, white cabinets, and an eat-in space. The backyard is fully fenced. It has a deck, a patio area, and a one-car garage.

The home, which is listing for $1,250,000, is equipped with hardwood floors throughout. On the main level, there is an airy room that can be used as an office or a playroom. The living room features a wood-burning stone fireplace and large windows that let in lots of natural light. French doors connect the light-filled dining room to the backyard, which—along with the oversized porch in the front—provides a generous amount of outdoor entertaining space.

The second floor comes with three of the bedrooms and two of the bathrooms—one an en-suite with marble-tiled floor. The next level above offers wide windows and additional living space or a fourth bedroom. The lower level is finished and has a recreation room with built-in wood shelves, plus a bathroom, a laundry room, and two rooms for storage and utilities.

One block east are the Lafayette Elementary School and the Lafayette Recreation Center as well as the popular Broad Branch market. Connecticut Avenue NW provides restaurants and stores a few blocks west. The Friendship Heights Metro stop (Red Line) is about a mile away.

The property, on a roughly 4,300 square-foot lot on a tree-line block, last sold for $871,500 in 2006, records show. Lisa Stransky Brown of Washington Fine Properties is serving as the listing agent and there is an open house scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 2 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.