Experience North Bethesda’s Newest Homes
On Saturday, July 27, the newest townhomes in North Bethesda will open their doors.
North Quarter by Winchester Homes is soon to be an area staple, as the new townhomes sit steps from local favorites and minutes from the Metro, the shops and restaurants of Pike & Rose, and downtown Rockville.
With three to four bedrooms and up to 2,300 square feet, these townhomes with rear-entry garages are shining examples of thoughtful modern design. Unique features and finishes elevate them further, complementing the vibrancy of North Bethesda.
To preview North Quarter and see renderings, area maps and nearby amenities, visit www.winchesterhomes.com.
“The new models at North Quarter showcase some of our most impressive, modern designs,” said Winchester Homes Director of Marketing Julie Dillon. “Another huge draw of the community is the lifestyle that comes with it. Homeowners will be a short distance to two Metro stations and get unparalleled access to everything the area has to offer.”
Anyone with questions about the community can call New Home Specialist Steven Buterbaugh at 240-206-1953.
From 11 am to 4 pm at the Grand Opening, guests will be able to enjoy light refreshments as they tour three stunning new models. They’ll also be able to meet New Home Advisors and learn about how they can personalize their new home while they discover all the possibilities of a new residence in North Bethesda.
Following the celebration, the townhomes will be open to the general public with anticipated pricing starting from the mid $600s.
Want to learn more about the North Quarter Grand Opening event and Winchester Homes? Visit the website or call New Home Specialist Steven Buterbaugh at (240) 206-1953.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/experience-the-grand-opening-of-north-bethesdas-newest-homes/15650.
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