South Bradley Hills is conveniently located in the heart of Bethesda, offering a prime address for discerning homeowners. Like properties in neighboring Edgemoor, homes in South Bradley Hills command some of the highest prices in the Bethesda area thanks to the desirable combination of generous lot sizes that allow for the construction of large luxury homes that enjoy access to some of the area's highest rated public schools as well as the sought after walkability to all the urban amenities that downtown Bethesda has to offer. The South Bradley Hills Neighborhood Association sponsors July 4th & Halloween events as well as Newcomer's Welcome Parties and Ice Cream Socials.
The 275 homes of South Bradley Hills sit just one mile west of Bethesda's central business district. The neighborhood around Bradley Hills dates back to 1912 when real estate speculators developed lots around the new electric trolley line that was built along Bradley Road connecting Chevy Chase with Great Falls. Thanks in part to an economic depression shortly thereafter and WWI, the area did not develop as planned and the ill-fated trolley line stopped running in 1921. Further development of the area moved forward with the Bradley Boulevard Development Corporation in the late 1930's and 1940's.
Original homes in the neighborhood were split levels, cape cods, Colonial and Tudor Revival and ranch styles but infill development since the 1980's has changed the architectural makeup of the neighborhood considerably.
Capitol Crescent Trail, Bethesda Central Farm Market, Bethesda Metro
High-end Restaurant, Retail and Fitness Facilities, Bethesda Row, Wisconsin Avenue Commercial Corridor
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