Search Bethesda homes for sale & real estate in Bethesda MD. An upscale residential base for many in Washington, D.C., Bethesda, Maryland includes some of the finest homes in the state. Steady growth in recent years has added a modern face, with many attractive new houses woven into the community's historic backdrop. Whether you're looking for an upscale downtown condo within walking distance of the Metro, or an estate-style home in Edgemoor or Bannockburn, Bethesda real estate presents a wide range of choices. Get exclusive information about Bethesda neighborhood properties, or schedule a home showing today - contact your Bethesda, Maryland real estate specialists now!
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Prices for high end homes in Bethesda start around $2.5 million and extends upwards of $10 million. Some of the neighborhoods where you're most likely to find the "luxury'est" include, the close-in Bethesda Edgemoor Neighborhood. Bradley Hills Grove, sacrifices Downtown Proximity, for larger median lot size. Land size affords a more estate-like experiences and different architectural styles. Common "true" luxury home features include brick, stone construction, and/or modeled stucco combinations. Even for the smaller homes in inTown Bethesda, it's common to find carefully landscaped yards, using creativity, to produce a private outdoor "space" with.
Bethesda luxury condos and townhomes? Sure! The Ultra Luxury Condos in Downtown Behtesda include: The Edgemoor (both of them!), The Adagio, The Lionsgate, The Darcy. There's also the Coveted Somerset House in Chevy Chase.
Demand for luxury homes in Bethesda is kept up by the area's high percentage of professional workers and high-paying employers, including numerous technology firms and national government agencies. Bethesda's highly educated adult population is among the most accredited in the nation, with seventy-nine per cent holding a bachelor's degree, and 48 per cent having earned a graduate or professional degree.