I hate traffic. Who doesn’t? More and more, buyers of real estate are asking (no, DEMANDING!) to live near Metro. They don’t necessarily have to live within a block of metro, but within a mile is a constant refrain. Because this comes up a lot, I’ve created a series of posts on the subject (Walk to Bethesda Metro, Walk to Friendship Heights Metro, etc). If you want to live within walking distance of the Red Line, you’ll find maps outlining various metro-accessible neighborhoods by name, information about housing prices and local amenities. And if you care to live near Bethesda Metro, specifically, please check out my blog post: Walk to Bethesda Metro. Happy commuting!
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