Putting all the that aside, this is a popular town combining a downtown urban center with quiet residential neighborhoods. Bethesda North homes and condos for sale are also pretty terrific, although the inventory is not as plentiful as Bethesda itself. For more information about Bethesda North real estate for sale, contact us today!
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North Bethesda was once home to the famous Riley Plantation where a slave named Josiah Henson lived and worked. Henson later wrote his memoirs and was the inspiration for the lead character in Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, “Uncle Tom's Cabin.” Residential development occurred gradually, often characterized by large estates such as Wild Acres—a 1920 English Tudor mansion built by Gilbert Grosvenor who was the president of the National Geographic Society,
Today, Bethesda North, MD homes for sale include everything from old historic residences to brand new custom homes. Condos for sale count for a large portion of listings, starting around $200,000 for units in 1960s era International-style buildings, and climbing slowly through a labyrinth of modern glass and steel towers, and luxurious multilevel townhouses that can top out at over a million dollars.
North Bethesda boasts a strong local economy with a number of Fortune 500 employers. As for community amenities, there are plenty, from parks and recreation to shopping malls and great restaurants. The is also a vibrant arts and entertainment scene. With three metro stations, a farmers market and much more, this is one of Washington Metro's top real estate marketplaces.