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Bethesda real estate is among the most desirable in the nation. Ranked #2 as the best place to live by Forbes Magazine, Bethesda is one of the most affluent Washington D.C. suburbs. Located just north of the U.S. Capital in Montgomery County, it is a culturally active city boasting a number of arts venues, galleries and special events. A highly-educated work force and thousands of employers contribute to this prosperous community. Downtown Bethesda is a true destination attraction - trendy and sophisticated, and renowned nationwide as a festive urban community with over 200 restaurants, 20 art galleries, 2 live theaters and an abundance of shopping.
Bethesda real estate is very popular among young families interested in buying a home. There are many older, lovely established neighborhoods here, high-rise Bethesda condos as well as new developments that are ideal for real estate investment. If you are thinking of buying a home in the Washington, D.C. area, consider some Bethesda homes on your list of possibilities.
Arts & Entertainment in Bethesda
Located in Montgomery County, MD - Bethesda is known nationwide for its extensive collection of restaurants, Bethesda has approximately 200 dining options offering cuisine ranging from Afghan to Vietnamese so residents never run out of great menu options!
Bethesda's arts and entertainment district offers award-winning theater and independent films, an artist market and galleries displaying pottery, sculpture, photography and mixed-media items. Fine art and crafts are celebrated at the Bethesda Fine Arts Festival in May, which brings together over 100 of the nation's best artists and gives visitors a chance to sample local cuisine. In April, Bethesda attracts novelists, poets, journalists and children's authors for the Round House Theatre and Imagination Stage.
Employers & Institutions
Important institutions located in Bethesda include the National Institutes of Health , the Naval Surface Warfare Center, and the National Naval Medical Center commonly referred to as Bethesda Naval Hospita where many famous Americans have been treated. The headquarters of defense conglomerate Lockheed Martin and hotel and resort chains Marriott International and Host Hotels & Resorts are located in Bethesda.
Starting in the heart of downtown Bethesda is the Capital Crescent Trail which follows the old tracks of the B&O Railroad from Georgetown in Washington, D.C. to Silver Spring, MD. Bethesda is also home to several exclusive private clubs including Burning Tree and Bethesda Country Clubs, Congressional in nearby Potomac plus Chevy Chase and Columbia Country Clubs Chevy Chase.
Many prestigious private college preparatory schools find their homes in Bethesda including the Landon School, Holton-Arms, Georgetown Preparatory School and Stone Ridge. In addition, Bethesda has many good middle schools. Among them Westland Middle School. Bethesda's primary public high schools were ranked by Newsweek Magazine in 2006 as among the best in the country. Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School was ranked 34th nationally, Walter Johnson High School ranked 101st and Walt Whitman High School was ranked 116th.