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Bethesda real estate has something for everyone with its wide array of homes and condos. Homebuyers with any budgets can find what they're looking for down charming, tree-lined streets in family-friendly neighborhoods.
Some of the most exclusive homes in the city can be found in the west, where the properties are large and mature oak trees are in abundance. These homes take elegance to a new level with their coffered ceilings, crown moldings, and wainscoting. Many rooms in these homes boast impressive millwork that showcase the highest standard of craftsmanship.
You can find these high-end details in home libraries and offices, as well as billiards rooms and wine cellars. Most luxury homes for sale in Bethesda have gourmet kitchens that will inspire your inner chef. These kitchens are made for entertaining, with their bar-top islands and spacious seating areas. You’ll impress all your friends and family at your next dinner party.
One of the best things about these estates is their outdoor living spaces. Oftentimes, these homes have unbeatable decks and patios where you can entertain outdoors on warm summer evenings. These patios are most times outfitted with barbecues and outdoor kitchens. Some of the colonial-style homes have impressive English gardens that bring elegance and sophistication into the design of the homes.
Although Bethesda real estate has tons of luxury estates, there are also split-level homes and ranchers with a less-expensive price tag. These ranchers will charm you at first sight with their shuttered windows and brick exteriors. This beauty extends into the interior of the homes as many places have hardwood floors and stone countertops. You can sometimes find modest-sized homes with features, like formal dining and living rooms, as well as laundry rooms and ensuite bathrooms.
For low-maintenance living, Bethesda real estate has plenty of condos and townhouses on the market. They are built to have trendy designs and state-of-the-art amenities. These homes are typically located in central areas, making them perfect for those wanting to be within walking distance of everything Bethesda has to offer.
Bethesda is filled with tons of incredible amenities that make it an extraordinary city. Keep reading about these amenities below, or find out how you can make this amazing place your home by contacting a local Northtrop Realty agent.
Bethesda is located in Montgomery County, northwest of Washington, D.C. Although Bethesda has a rich history of tobacco farming, the city is now the industry epicenter of the county with careers in professional and technical services, public administration, and education. Since the expansion of the Metrorail, the city has boomed in its infrastructure and industries.
Though the city has a wide range of career opportunities in a variety of fields, many residents commute to Washington, D.C. for work. The nation's capital is only a short, 30-minute drive or train ride away. Public transportation makes commuting a breeze, which ultimately attracts tons of homebuyers to Bethesda.
The easy commute isn't the only reason why so many people choose to live in this amazing city. Bethesda is full of energy and life with its top-rated restaurants, trendy bars, and high-end shopping areas. Bethesda Row is one of the most popular places to go to walk around and visit quaint coffee shops and local boutiques.
In addition to all the shopping, Bethesda has an impressive Art and Entertainment District where you can find tons of art galleries and public displays. This is a great place to visit if you're looking for the ultimate cultural experience.
Strathmore is an outstanding spot to go to view live performances. This theater houses over one thousand guests and hosts renowned groups, like the National Philharmonic Orchestra and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Another perk of living in Bethesda is being close to tons of phenomenal parks and nature reserves. In addition to all the community parks and playgrounds located throughout the city, Bethesda is close to fantastic parks and trails, like River Creek Park and Turkey Run Park.
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Listing information last updated on March 29th, 2020 at 8:45pm EDT.