Ready to experience the highest levels of Bethesda luxury?
Cheval Bethesda is hosting a Grand Opening to unveil three new model residences, including a penthouse, on Wednesday, October 24 from 5pm to 7pm. It’s an invitation to preview both stunning views of the city, from the tallest condominium building in Bethesda, and the everyday luxury lifestyle that’s waiting for those who seize this unique opportunity.
This 17-floor condominium building is perfectly located at the corner of Fairmont Avenue and Old Georgetown Road. To RSVP, interested home shoppers should email Inga Scobie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 301.476.1527.
In addition to the best views around, these three never-before-seen models are examples of the space, style and exceptional quality built into each residence at Cheval. They feature floor-to-ceiling windows, plus available balconies and terraces for sweeping city views. Each also boasts an open, flowing floor plan highlighted by elegant and attractive design selections throughout.
“We can’t wait to show off these model residences,” said Sales Manager Inga Scobie. “When guests walk through the door, they’re going to be amazed, not just by the residences but also by the views they could enjoy each day. It won’t be difficult to imagine themselves living here.”
Residences with two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths start at $995,000. For three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, prices start at $1.295 million.
Cheval Bethesda offers a wide range of amenities. Residents enjoy on-site garage parking and bicycle storage. They’re welcomed home by a doorman and a 24/7 full-service concierge. A club room is perfect for private events and gatherings, and residents also have full access to the rooftop social area and bar. One of the most popular amenities is the state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga studio.
Of course, the location is also ideal. Residents of Cheval are just steps from Bethesda Metro Station, as well some of the area’s most sought-after shopping, dining and entertainment in Woodmont Triangle and other local hot spots.
To learn more, visit ChevalBethesda.com or call Inga Scobie at 301.476.1527.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/cheval-bethesda-set-to-unveil-the-citys-tallest-condominium-models-on-octob/14551.
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