The median home value in Bethesda, MD is $980,500.
the county median home value of $508,050.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Bethesda, MD is $980,500.
Approximately 63% of Bethesda homes are owned,
compared to 30% rented, while
7% are vacant.
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Unique development opportunity in coveted Bradley Hills Grove awaits. Comprised of 3 adjoining lots for a total of 2.27 acres. Feasibility study completed resulting in multiple options subject to County approval. Subdivide to one large lot to yield a perfect canvas for a Grand Estate or develop on up to four buildable lots. Offset carrying costs until shovel ready with 2 rentable homes in a highly desired area. Do not walk lots without a confirmed appointment, dwellings are tenant occupied.
2 acre homesite (public water/sewer) available to custom build your dream home with room to build a swimming pool! Enjoy living in one of the most sought-after subdivisions in DC metro area offering an onsite management, private surveillance, landscape maintenance ,championship golf course, clubhouse, equestrian center & miles of jogging/biking paths. This premier lot is located at a cul-de-sac with ample street parking for your entertaining (Walt Whitman HS zone). Bring your own builder or contact listing agent to inquire about a house to be built by an award winning builder. Avenel subdivision is located in both the Bethesda and Potomac areas of Montgomery County, Maryland. Potomac Village Shopping Center is just a short drive away with two grocery stores, Walgreens, Starbucks, eateries and local retail stores. One of the biggest appeals for driven professionals is the convenience the community offers to I-495 and just 6 miles to Washington, D.C.
It is not every day that opportunities like this present themselves. We forever hear that location is the most essential aspect of any home because it is the one thing that cannot be changed. As land dwindles in our increasingly developed region, this importance becomes ever more apparent. 6500 Bradley Boulevard is unique in that it represents a handful of remaining properties not yet constrained by the opposing forces of location and space. One of the largest residential parcels located within the Beltway, comprising a total of 3.8 acres of land creates endless possibilities to build one of the finest estates in the Capital Region or subdivide into a spectacular new multiple-home community at the center of one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. The existing primary residence should not be overlooked, presenting an opportunity in and of itself. A spectacular, original mid-century contemporary, the home has been lovingly improved throughout the years while maintaining a certain retro charm. Step into a bold formal reception area, with checkered marble flooring and accent lighting, introducing a unique floor plan so distinct from todayâs mainstream, cookie-cutter homes. Straight ahead is the formal living room overlooking the rear lawn, suitable in scale for an embassy, with parquet flooring and a mid-century modern fireplace. The formal dining room is once again fit for a banquet and has its own set of large picturesque windows with lush views. The sunroom has windows on three sides and even above, with a skylight letting in the midday sun. A gentlemanâs library and marble-tiled kitchen featuring a separate full-size Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer complete the public areas of the home. Nestled in its own wing, the ownerâs suite provides a true retreat, with an ample sitting area lined with custom built-in cabinets and a step-down sleeping area that connects to a spa-inspired bath lined with Carrara marble. Entertaining was a priority in designing this residence, with a lower level featuring an elegantly curved, paneled bar and multiple seating areas, reminiscent of the trendiest lounges from decades ago. In the rear, the vast, level lawn contains a full-size inground swimming pool overlooked by a loggia, tucked away to allow for alfresco dining in total privacy. Further along the rear of the property sits a fully-finished guest house with limitless possibilities, perfect for remote working, a retreat, or even a private meditation studio in the woods. Located an equidistant five minutes from downtown Bethesda and the I-495 entrance, 6500 Bradley Boulevard offers location, space, and most importantly, potential.