Welcome to the first part of our three-part series on Montgomery County. If you’re considering Montgomery County as a place to call home you should check out our recent area analysis of this large and diverse area just outside of Washington D.C.
As you know by now, the D.C. area is growing rapidly and dozens of residential builders, competing for your business, are fueling much of this expansion. In this article we’ll be focusing on several communities in Bethesda.
Bethesda’s close proximity to the city and growing popularity have drawn builders to the area where they’re designing and constructing dense, multifamily communities. Today we’ll be covering Montgomery Row, Hampden Row, and Grosvenor Heights—all multifamily dwellings.
This EYA community offers the best of both worlds for the growing family or the downsizing empty-nesters. Take advantage of this highly walkable neighborhood just steps away from Montgomery Mall and the shops at Wildwood.
The other huge perk to this neighborhood is the amazing schools. Montgomery Row is located in Walter Johnson Senior High district, which was ranked #4 in Maryland. These units are selling very quickly and it’s not hard to see why. As of the date of this article, only one of each of the following floor-plans are still available: Burch Model, Calvin Model, and Daniel Model.
Each design has at least three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, and a two-car garage, with the Daniel accommodating up to five bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths. These are large, modern townhomes in an amazing location.
If you’re looking for the luxury condo experience in the heart of downtown, Hampden Row is it. This Toll Brothers development offers a 24 concierge, roof-top terrace, and state-of-the-art amenities, including a deluxe fitness center.
Only five units currently remain available in this community, so now is the time to act. The condos are two to three bedrooms and range in size from 1,800 up to 2,700 square feet. Enjoy large living areas and private outdoor spaces included in some units. The convenience of this community is unmatched in Bethesda. Hampden Row is within walking distance of the Metro, shops, restaurants, and nightlife. Best of all, this community offers an opportunity to relax and forget about the hassles of traffic and commuting at the end of the week.
Now let’s move a short distance outside of the city for those of you looking for a more rural vibe. EYA has combined the style and sophistication of urban townhomes in a truly authentic atmosphere. Located a little further north of the city, yet still, on the Metro line, Grosvenor Heights is a place for residents who want to be removed from the chaos.
The modern floorplans and appointments are no less than you would find in an urban luxury townhome. Some of the stylish features include hardwood floors, granite countertops, stainless Bosch cooktops, and even elevators available in some models.
These very large townhomes, which range all the way up to 3,500 square feet, not including the 900 square foot rooftop terrace, are sure to sell quickly.
Bethesda is one of the coolest places we’ve covered in these articles. It’s close to the city, especially if you’re commuting to D.C. during the week, and having a Metro line close by is a wonderful convenience. We recommend you check out all three communities to see which one is the best fit for you and your family. They all offer different advantages and seeing them in person will help give perspective.