The quaint subdivision of Rollingwood was the last subdivision of Chevy Chase to be established. Aptly named for the rolling streets that were laid amongst a park like setting, Rollingwood is a peaceful place to call home. The boundaries of the area extend from Brookville Road to East-West Highway, across to Beach Drive and over to Western Avenue. Most of the homes in the area were constructed between the late 1930’s and 40’s, and
3521 Leland Street is no exception.
This lovely Center Hall Brick Colonial, built in 1940, is sited on a terrific flat lot, under a canopy of trees and offers a great deal of privacy in the backyard. Over the years it has been tastefully updated to include a coveted and well-planned Kitchen/Family Room addition. The house and what it offers speaks for itself, but a great neighborhood attribute is the close proximity to the neighborhood shops and park: The Brookville Market and Pharmacy, a barber, a popular diner, the iconic restaurant, Le Ferme, and the expansive Candy Cane City Park. There are trails in the park for bike riding, walking or running that take you to Bethesda and downtown. Additionally, it is a 25-minute commute into DC, and the beltway is a mere 10 minutes north.
This charming home has so much to offer; look around, take it all in and welcome!