Bethesda Real Estate

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Located just northwest of Washington, D.C, Bethesda, Maryland is one of Montgomery County's largest and oldest urban centers, although the area remains unincorporated. The community has thrived because of a convenient central location, with a downtown easily accessible via the regional Metro subway system.

In recent years, Bethesda homes and adjacent Chevy Chase Maryland homes have grown from a Washington, D.C. suburb to a destination location of its own. Today, it is known as being the "restaurant center" of the Metropolitan Area -- with almost 200 eateries within a 5 block radius of the Metro. Those looking for real estate in Bethesda, most often also explore Chevy Chase, and Potomac Maryland real estate. Read more information about Downtown Bethesda Condos & Townhomes

Search Bethesda Real Estate Listings Below. Please feel free to call us if you're interested in Listings we have in Private Placement.  Contact Kevin Koitz @ 301.254.6576 

Bethesda Homes For Sale April 12, 2024
42
Listed
100
Avg. DOM
$587.90
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$3,385,000
Med. List Price
42 Properties
Page 1 of 3
$3,489,000
Neighborhood: Battery Park
5
Beds
5F11/2
Baths
0.23
Acres
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
MDMC2127384
MLS
Coming Soon on 04/17
6405 Dahlonega Rd Bethesda,  MD 20816
$3,495,000
Neighborhood: Glen Echo Heights
5
Beds
5F11/2
Baths
6,540
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
3
Days on Site
MDMC2127366
MLS
$5,850,000
Neighborhood: Glen Echo Heights
4
Beds
6F21/2
Baths
7,700
Sq.Ft.
2007
Year Built
3
Days on Site
MDMC2120716
MLS
Pending
5010 Edgemoor Ln Bethesda,  MD 20814
$3,495,000
Neighborhood: Edgemoor
5
Beds
4F31/2
Baths
5,753
Sq.Ft.
1925
Year Built
9
Days on Site
MDMC2125240
MLS
Open 4/13
5105 Wehawken Rd Bethesda,  MD 20816
$2,795,000
Neighborhood: Glen Echo Heights
6
Beds
5F11/2
Baths
6,526
Sq.Ft.
2014
Year Built
11
Days on Site
MDMC2126282
MLS
Open 4/14
5400 Moorland Ln Bethesda,  MD 20814
$2,800,000
Neighborhood: Edgemoor
6
Beds
5F11/2
Baths
3,771
Sq.Ft.
1952
Year Built
11
Days on Site
MDMC2118870
MLS
Coming Soon on 04/18
5132 Newport Ave Bethesda,  MD 20816
$2,799,900
Neighborhood: Glen Cove
5
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
4,528
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
11
Days on Site
MDMC2126078
MLS
$3,100,000
Neighborhood: Bannockburn
6
Beds
5F11/2
Baths
6,213
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
16
Days on Site
MDMC2114790
MLS
Pending
6732 Selkirk Dr Bethesda,  MD 20817
$2,900,000
Neighborhood: Bannockburn Heights
4
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
3,354
Sq.Ft.
1977
Year Built
16
Days on Site
MDMC2093064
MLS
Pending
6005 Durbin Rd Bethesda,  MD 20817
$2,859,000
Neighborhood: Kenwood Park
6
Beds
4F21/2
Baths
6,156
Sq.Ft.
2018
Year Built
17
Days on Site
MDMC2125642
MLS
$6,995,000
Neighborhood: Burning Tree
7
Beds
9F41/2
Baths
19,715
Sq.Ft.
1994
Year Built
22
Days on Site
MDMC2124040
MLS
Coming Soon on 06/30
7207 Selkirk Dr Bethesda,  MD 20817
$3,375,000
Neighborhood: Bannockburn
6
Beds
6F21/2
Baths
6,396
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
26
Days on Site
MDMC2124436
MLS
$3,500,000
Neighborhood: Oakwood Knolls
5
Beds
6F11/2
Baths
6,564
Sq.Ft.
2020
Year Built
30
Days on Site
MDMC2123898
MLS
$5,195,000
Neighborhood: Whitehall Manor
6
Beds
7F11/2
Baths
7,733
Sq.Ft.
2019
Year Built
36
Days on Site
MDMC2122902
MLS
$4,295,000
Neighborhood: Country Club Village
6
Beds
6F11/2
Baths
9,291
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
45
Days on Site
MDMC2121946
MLS
$3,420,000
Neighborhood: Edgemoor
5
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
3,356
Sq.Ft.
1952
Year Built
45
Days on Site
MDMC2121302
MLS

Downtown Bethesda Row - Condos, Townhomes, and Close in Neigborhoods 

In recent years, downtown Bethesda’s development has moved towards a couple of townhome communities and many condos. Probably the most well known are the townhomes at “Villages of Bethesda” and at “City Homes of Edgemoor”.

A few of most prominent Bethesda Condos include  The Edgemoor Condominiums, Edgemoor at Arlington, The Adagio, & Lionsgate.  Most, if not all, of the downtown bethesda condos are in the luxury bracket and the same can be said of the townhomes.

Developers appear to be targeting empty-nesters and/or Baby Boomers who are ready to downsize.  Many of these buyers have second homes and are looking for a “lock it and leave it” lifestyle.  Although the downturn of the 2008 market put a temporary hault on many approved projects, several new condo buildings (as well as rental apartments) opened in 2017-2018.  It's obvious that Bethesda luxury real estate will continue to grow and to offer great “in town” housing options for the affluent buyer. 

Bethesda Neighborhoods

As Bethesda has become a place to be, and to some extent to be “seen,” it has also become a place to live. The Downtown corridor area and surrounding single family ("close in") Bethesda neighborhoods offer a range of homes, from the fairly modest in Glenbrook Village to some true estates in Edgemoor. Battery Park and Bradley Hills have quickly seen dramatic increases in property values; along with the ensuing issues of builder tear-downs and “mansionization.”

These, and other surrounding neighborhoods, like Greenwich Forest and close-in Chevy Chase, appear to offer the best of both worlds – i.e., a single family home in tight-knit community with walkability to shops, restaurants, groceries, banks, libraries, public transportation…virtually everything!!! Bethesda's layout places hundreds of attractive downtown condos and townhomes within easy walking distance of charming single family home communities. Listings outside of downtown range from small bungalows to estates, with prices commonly in the semi-luxury to high end brackets

If a buyer wants a true estate-style luxury home in Bethesda, there are plenty of options in the area. You can walk to the core business district from an estate in Edgemoor (most of which would be in the $4 million-$5 million range, but some would go as high as $10 Million), or hang out in a penthouse in a high rise overlooking the action (where $3 million-$4 million would probably suffice). There would be a lot of options in the $2 Million dollar range for both single family homes and for great condos or townhomes. It’s all about location, lot size (in the case of single family homes) and finishes.

Bethesda Luxury Homes come in many forms, from Downtown Bethesda's Edgemoor, to Bannockburn, along the Bradley hills corridor, there is something for everyone.  Bethesda Luxury homes vary greatly depending on neighborhood. Typically, the closer to Downtown Bethesda, the smaller the lots and higher the price (go figure). Colonial style homes dominate the region but for those modern home fanatics, Glen Echo Heights, Edgemoor, seem to be "go tos".  Against the backdrop of mature tree lined streets you will find some of the most regal homes and some of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the country. 

New Construction in Bethesda: 

Those who can afford it, still need to wait in line to find a lot or a spectacular colonial style home in the beautiful Edgemoor neighborhood. Those looking for a little more distance from Downtown, will find luxury and comfort in the beautiful Estate style homes in Bradley Hills grove, near the Bethesda Country Club.

Contact us at The Koitz Group, for hands on experience when buying or selling Bethesda real estate.


More About Bethesda Maryland Location - And Real Estate! 

Bethesda Real Estate - Zip Codes

An un-incorporated town (technically not a city), Bethesda Occupies the southern piece of Montgomery County.  With a of beautiful parks, lakes, and golf courses, Bethesda is just bursting with recreational activities. As part of the Montgomery County School System, which spends over half of its budget on public education, Bethesda has been lauded for consistently ranking with some of best schools in the country. Whatever the motivation, this backdrop affords some of the most regal homes—and some of the most prestigious neighborhoods—in America.

Bethesda homes vary greatly from community to community. Those seeking downsizing in the growing collection of luxury condos, to those looking for to step up, everyone will find a collection of homes that run the spectrum. The ultra modern contemporary, to b 1920 Battery Park remodeled single family home, there's something for everyone. The attractive Townhomes in Bethesda, from Downtown, to north of town add exciting opportunities. And the luxurious Penthouse condos in Bethesda just begin to articulate the properties. 

Bethesda Maryland Real Estate - The "It" Destination!

Get to know Bethesda Maryland, one of the most popular areas in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area and enjoy easy access to "quick feed" property - searches, fast simple, real time housing data.  No longer merely a suburb of Northwest Washington, D.C., Bethesda Maryland is today a destination in its own right. The dining center of Metro DC, Bethesda features nearly 200 eateries within just 5 blocks of the Metro. 

A thriving high-tech economy and a wide swath of government and defense contracts, Bethesda has many employment opportunities for its residents, especially for a city of its size.  The Bethesda area becons empty nesters looking to downsize, as evidenced by the plethora of new high-end condominiums in Bethesda.

Bethesda MD Real Estate and Homes:  From Capes, Downtown Brownstones, to Estates!  Real estate in Bethesda is more diverse than many people perceive. Older Colonials and Capes populate many of the tree-lined streets of Bethesda, and certainly that's the image most people have of the area. However, there are also sections of Bethesda where you can find split-levels from the 1960s in sub-developments, and the aforementioned condo projects. Lot sizes vary in Bethesda, from less than 5000 sq. ft up to an acre or more.

Stately townhomes and luxury condos populate downtown Bethesda. Single family homes, from sprawling estates to modest bungalows smatter the landscape outside of downtown.

Bethesda Home Styles & Architecture

Bethesda's residential architecture encompasses a wide range of styles, reflecting its diverse history and the evolving tastes of its residents.  The following is a list of some of styles you may encounter! 

  • Colonial Revival: This style is prevalent in older homes throughout Bethesda. Characterized by symmetrical facades, brick or wood siding, gable roofs, and centrally located front doors, Colonial Revival homes often feature traditional elements like shutters, columns, and multi-paned windows.  
  • Craftsman / Bungalows: Craftsman homes, popular in the early 20th century, can be found in Bethesda's older neighborhoods. These houses typically have low-pitched roofs with wide eaves, exposed rafters, front porches with sturdy columns or pillars, and detailed woodwork, such as decorative brackets and beams.
  • Tudor: Tudor-style homes in Bethesda showcase a distinctive medieval English aesthetic. They often feature steeply pitched roofs, half-timbered exteriors, decorative brickwork, tall narrow windows with leaded glass, and charming details like arched doorways and decorative chimneys.  
  • Mid-Century Modern:  As Bethesda experienced growth in the mid-20th century, Mid-Century Modern homes became popular. These houses emphasize simplicity, open floor plans, large windows for natural light, integration with nature through features like courtyards or expansive decks, and flat or low-sloping roofs.
  • Modern Contemporary:  In more recent years, contemporary residential architecture has become prevalent, especially in newer developments and renovations. Contemporary homes often feature clean lines, large windows, open layouts, minimalist design elements, and a focus on sustainable materials and energy-efficient features.
  • Townhomes and Condominiums: In addition to single-family homes, Bethesda has a significant number of townhomes and condominiums. These residential units vary in style from traditional brick townhouses to modern high-rise condominium buildings with amenities like rooftop terraces, fitness centers, and concierge services.
  • Green Building Practices:  With an increasing emphasis on sustainability, many newer residential developments in Bethesda incorporate green building practices. This includes features like energy-efficient appliances, solar panels, rainwater harvesting systems, and eco-friendly building materials.

Overall, Bethesda's residential architecture offers a rich tapestry of styles, from historic charm to contemporary elegance, catering to diverse preferences and lifestyles.

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