Potomac Maryland Real Estate: Neighborhood Spotlight on Chartwell Manor in Avenel

Today I’d like to continue with my series on the luxurious Avenel neighborhood by featuring one of its 14 villages: Chartwell Manor.

Built by Martens and Edward Development Company between 1987 and 1993, this beautiful community features 33 neo-classical homes.

Continue reading to learn more about this gorgeous community on the Potomac real estate market.

Potomac Real Estate at Chartwell Manor in Avenel

Residents at Chartwell Manor can choose from a variety of home layouts, ranging from 4,100 to 6,000 square feet.  And while some homes feature the master bedroom on the main levels, others have a more traditional layout with the master bedroom upstairs.

Homes at Chartwell Manor are situated along the 6th and 7th fairways of the TPC at Potomac, which is the private golf country club at Avenel.

And like all the villages in Avenel, Chartwell Manor is conveniently located near several regional attractions, including:

  • Downtown Washington
  • All the fine shopping and dining in downtown Bethesda and Rockville
  • Three major airports, which are Washington Dulles, Ronald Reagan National Airport and Baltimore-Washington International Airport
  • And much more!

Investing in Potomac, Maryland Real Estate

Chartwell Manor is well known for being  a secluded, wooded village within the larger Avenel subdivision.  So if peace and quiet is a priority on your search for the dream Potomac home, I’d suggest you check out this lovely neighborhood.

Contact us, Besty Schuman Dodek and Marsha Schuman, today if you’d like to learn more about living in Avenel – or any other neighborhood on the Potomac area real estate market.

While you’re at it, feel free to check out some of the other communities in the Potomac area – each of which has its own claim to fame:

Until next time,


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