The Townes at Grosvenor Place, a collection of 46 beautiful townhomes in an intimate North Bethesda neighborhood, are already one-third sold out. The townhomes, many of which include elevators, are currently for sale starting at $999,000, with move-ins set for this winter.
The development is in an ideal location for anyone looking for a well-designed, luxury townhome in North Bethesda—including medical professionals working at one of the many local medical facilities.
Among those facilities close to Grosvenor Place are NIH, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Suburban Hospital, Sibley Hospital and Adventist Healthcare. And for medical professionals looking to buy at Grosvenor Place, Fulton Mortgage Company is offering a tailor-made mortgage product that makes homeownership more attainable.
Fulton Mortgage Company’s Medical Professionals Program is designed for medical professionals¹ including physicians, pharmacists, dentists and veterinarians. The program offers 100% financing available for loan amounts up to $1 Million²; 95% financing available for loan amounts up to $1.5 Million²; 90% financing available for loan amounts up to $2 Million²; 30 & 15 Year Fixed Rate³ as well as Adjustable Rate4 Options (5/1, 7/1, 10/1, & 15/1).
Four different floor plans are currently available at The Townes at Grosvenor Place, and all include four levels, three or four bedrooms, dedicated office space, private rooftop terraces, nine-foot ceilings on all levels, and two-car garages. The residences boast luxury finishes including stainless steel Bosch or Thermador appliances, wide-plank hardwood floors, recessed lighting, quartz countertops and home security systems, and are designed to include elevators.
The development is in close proximity to Grosvenor Metro Station, Strathmore Music Center, Rock Creek Park, Grosvenor Market, Wildwood Shopping Center, and Bethesda Trolly Trail; and is minutes from Bethesda Row, Pike & Rose, I-495 & I-270. All of the local communities—including Downtown Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Pike & Rose and Rockville—each showcase iconic retailers, chef-driven global cuisine, farmers’ markets and more.
The Townes at Grosvenor Place is built by trusted local developer Madison Homes, and sales are by Urban Pace.
For more information, reach Urban Pace Sales Manager Angela Fowler by phone at 301.453.4427 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information about the Fulton Mortgage program for medical professionals, contact Noel Shepherd (NMLS #: 313280) at 202.642.4305 or email@example.com; or visit him online at fultonmortgagecompany.com/noelshepherd.
Fulton Bank, N.A. Member FDIC. Subject to credit approval. ¹Medical Doctorate degree required. Restrictions apply. ²Financing is based on the lower of either the appraised value (fair market value) or contract sales price. ³Monthly payment for a $250,000 15-year term mortgage at 3.582% Annual Percentage Rate (APR) would be $1,774.71. Monthly payment for a $250,000 30-year term mortgage at 3.582% Annual Percentage Rate (APR) would be $1,108.43. Payment does not include amounts for taxes and insurance and the actual payment will be greater. 4Adjustable rates are subject to increase after the initial fixed-rate period.
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