Kenwood Park, Bethesda MD 20817 Information

The Kenwood Park community was built in the late 1950s and early 60s. It is between River Road and Bradley Boulevard, Goldsboro and Whittier Boulevard. This neighborhood has homes consistently from the low 1 millions to above $2 million, although there are always a few treasures for the high 800s to low 900s. It is a very attractive community, well maintained, with mature trees and quarter acre lots.

Kenwood Park is just on the outskirts of downtown Bethesda. You can walk into Bethesda in about a half hour at a leisurely pace, putting you close to shopping, restaurants, and movies.

Homes in Kenwood Park are an assortment of styles, ramblers, split levels, contempories and colonials, which have evolved from their original construction in the late 1950s as a sequence of owners have personalized their homes and updated them.

The Montgomery County Schools for this community are Bradley Hills Elementary, Thomas Pyle Middle School, and Walt Whitman High School. Nearby private schools include Landon School for Boys, Holton Arms School for Girls, Little Flower, the elementary school or lower school part of Sidwell Friends, and Norwood School. You can check them all out on

What Is My Kenwood Park Home Worth?

A review of the real estate activity in Kenwood Park over the last year shows that 15 houses have sold – ranging in price from $875,000 for a potential short sale property to $2,004,750 for a new 7000 square foot home to be built by DCG Homes on a quarter acre lot. The newly constructed or completely renovated homes were the ones selling above $1,500,000.

Currently there are 5 homes for sale in Kenwood Park and four for rent, but that can change at any time so be sure to check back here often!

As is the case throughout Bethesda, MD, if a property you want comes on the market, you need to be ready to make a strong offer. While it is important to choose the right home, any delay in making that offer can allow another buyer to buy the home of your dreams!