Randolph Hills is a neighborhood located off Randolph Road near Rock Creek, in North Bethesda, Maryland. It has a population of over 4,000 residents, home prices tend to fall between $400,000 and $500,000 and most houses were built in the 1950s.
The land Randolph Hills sits on used to be a passageway between Georgetown and Rockville. In fact, the Rockville-Georgetown Pike was once an Indian Trail and was used by General Braddock’s army in the 1750s to attack the French and Native Americans in Pittsburgh. During the War of 1812, government officials used the Pike to flee the British invasion of Washington City.
Later, the Rockville Turnpike was developed when tobacco was a staple crop grown on the land of Randolph Hills. The town of Montrose was eventually established, but all that remains today is a two-room schoolhouse located on Randolph Road. During the 1950s, the land of Randolph Hills was developed slowly from farmland, until expansion increased rapidly in the 1970s.
Today Randolph Hills is a family-friendly community in a great location that is fun to be a part of for all. If you are considering purchasing a home in Randolph Hills, or anywhere in the Potomac, N. Potomac, Bethesda, Rockville, Kensington, Silver Spring, Gaithersburg, or Washington, DC area, contact the Fitzpatrick Group for help, including our neighborhood specialist and Randolph Hills resident, Kevin Conley!