From town homes and bungalows to multimillion-dollar new builds, Bethesda offers something for everyone. It encompasses what it means to be living in an urban area packed with businesses and restaurants all around while still offering a suburban neighborhood feel. Bethesda living can be as fast-paced or slow-paced as you want. With access to Lynnbrook Park and Playground and the widely-used Capital Crescent Trail, there are easy outlets for people to slow down their city lives and enjoy the outdoors. However, a short walk to downtown Bethesda puts you within reach of many retail shops and restaurants filled with locals. On the other hand, the Metro, NIH, and Walter Reed Hospital are all also within walking distance. Even as close to a busy downtown area Bethesda is, the neighborhood is rich with plenty of fun annual events which tie the community together, ranging from the Halloween parade and the Labor day picnic in the park to the view of Columbia Country Club’s fireworks for the Fourth of July and Neighborhood Yard Sales. The area also conveniently hosts Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS within the city, providing an accessible school for many Bethesda families. For any single family looking for a suburban/urban lifestyle, this is the place to be.