North Bethesda MD Homes For Sale

North Bethesda is exactly as the term implies – that part of Bethesda that lies to the north. This unincorporated community has its own unique identity and history however, dating back to early colonial days and the tobacco trade. The historic Riley Plantation house still stands, referenced in the memoirs of former slave Josiah Henson, as well as Harriet Beecher Stowe's seminal anti-slavery novel, “Uncle Tom's Cabin”. For more information about North Bethesda MD homes for sale, click on the available home listings below:

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North Bethesda MD Homes For SaleThese days, North Bethesda is a bustling census-designated-place (CDP) with nearly 40,000 residents. Homes here aren't quite as expensive as some other parts of Montgomery County and as a result, buyers have been flocking here in droves. List prices were up 11.4% in 2012, to a median of $400,000. It should be noted that the averages are influenced by a sizable condo market, accounting for 60% of all properties. Single-family homes have been listing in a range from $500,000 to $1.9 million with condos running between $179,000 and $689,000.

Just as properties in North Bethesda have a wide range, so do home styles. There's old estates, mid-20th century Colonials, Cape Cods, brownstone condos, modern high-rises and of course, the term you love to hate, McMansions. There's plenty of great schools in this nine square-mile Maryland suburb, including Farmland and Luxmanor elementary schools, Parkland and Francis Scott Key middle schools, Georgetown Prep, Walter Johnson High and the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School.

When it comes down to it, North Bethesda has a little something for everyone. There's a Cheesecake Factory and P.F. Changs, a Harris Teeter grocery and the AMC Lowes Movies at the White Flint Shopping Mall. Add a farmers market, a Home Depot, after-school soccer clubs, three Metro stations and several residential subdivisions and it becomes clear – this is a great place to live.


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Listing information last updated on June 20th, 2019 at 3:15am EDT.