Bethesda Overlook at Pooks Hill

Bethesda Overlook is a small community of townhomes just off Pooks Hill Road that was built in the late 1950s. Some of the townhomes are 792 square feet while others are 1279 square feet (not counting lower levels.) People choose to live at Bethesda Overlook because it is close to major transportation routes and very affordable in comparison with other condos and home owner associations in Bethesda.

Camelot Mews in Bethesda

Camelot Mews in Bethesda is a small community of townhomes on the edge of the Woodmont Triangle just behind the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed with a low HOA fee and lots of greenspace. With fewer than 30 homes to choose from, you have to be ready to make an offer quickly if you see one on the market.

Bristol Square in Bethesda

Bristol Square

Bristol Square in Bethesda is a small community of piggyback townhomes with balconies, washers and dryers, and a community pool. The community is pet friendly and a short walk to the Grosvenor metro and the performing arts center at Strathmore.

The Chase in Downtown Bethesda

The Chase in downtown Bethesda offers ample sized condos and amenities like the pool and tennis courts, front desk, and washers and dryers in all the units. The Chase is pet friendly and walking distance to the Metro! This is one of the best values in Bethesda! With ample parking in the garage, you can leave your car downstairs and walk everywhere! The Chase is in the Bethesda Chevy Chase High School cluster, which is another fact that makes it so appealing! Your student can easily walk to BCC and Bethesda Elementary!

The Sussex House on Battery Lane

The Sussex House is a convenient and affordable condo complex in Bethesda at 4970 Battery Lane. The Sussex House is located between the NIH Metro and the Bethesda Metro, just a short walk to the Woodmont Triangle with its unique stores and ethnic restaurants. People who live there love the classic mid century modern architecture with its big windows and distinctive lobby.

The Fairmont Plaza Condos in Bethesda

The Fairmont Plaza Condos at 4801 Fairmont Avenue in Bethesda 20814 is perfect if you are looking for a condo with an open floorplan near Walter Reed or the new Marriott Headquarters. If you want to live near the Bethesda Metro, then you should check out the Fairmont Plaza Condos. Don’t have a lot to spend? Then the Fairmont Plaza Condos should be on your list!

Parkside Condos


Parkside Condos is a popular community for people looking for space and value. Located at the edge of Bethesda, it offers lots of convenience and proximity to metro, the Beltway, I-270, downtown Bethesda and Rockville. Residents love the pool and tennis, tot lots, the wooded location, and mid-century modern architecture. Parking is easy with lots of surface lots. The community is not pet friendly.

Kenwood Forest 2

Kenwood Forest 2 with its sister community, Kenwood Forest 1, combine to make one of the most appealing communities in Montgomery County. Kenwood Forest 2 is made up of traditional brick townhomes arranged around green courtyards with mature cherry trees and colorful azaleas. People who live in Kenwood Forest love walking into Bethesda for dinner or running on the Capital Crescent Trail with their dogs. Condo fees are low and the community is pet friendly.

Kenwood Forest I

Kenwood Forest I is a community of townhomes converted from apartments in the late 1970s to early 1980s. It is at the intersection of Bradley Blvd and Fairfax Road. The townhomes are set in courtyards and surrounded by mature trees. The community is very pet friendly and people enjoy walking their dogs on the Capital Crescent Trail or into downtown Bethesda.

Chevy Chase Park Condos

Chevy Chase Park Condos

Chevy Chase Park Condos are a small community of condos backing to Norwood Park at the edge of downtown Bethesda. The garden style apartments, located on a quiet street, offer an alternative to the high rise buildings in Bethesda which have become so prevalent. This pet friendly community has off street parking, extra storage and low condo fees. Built in 1947, it is similar to its neighbor, Kenwood Forest, in construction materials and style.