Last Chance to Customize Your Home at Stonehall Bethesda
A kitchen style available at Stonehall Bethesda.
Buyers only have until October 30th to customize their condominium residence at the new 46-unit Stonehall Bethesda. For a limited time, home shoppers can outfit one of Stonehall's luxury residences with their choice of colors, finishes and features. A visit to the condominium’s new sales gallery in the Lionsgate Condominium building — located at 7706 Woodmont Avenue — provides a glimpse into the stylish designs available. Prospective buyers can also take a virtual tour of Stonehall by clicking here.
A bathroom design at Stonehall Bethesda
Residences at Stonehall range from two-bedroom, two-bathroom residences starting in the $800,000s to penthouses starting at $2.3 million. The top-level club room is the building's central social hub, while the rooftop terrace is an absolutely stunning place to unwind and enjoy a peaceful moment ten stories above the vibrant city below. Residents also have access to a fully equipped fitness center with state-of-the-art workout machines.
The clubroom at Stonehall Bethesda.
Stonehall Bethesda’s concierge will be available seven days week to assist residents, and the building’s porte cochere provides a safe, covered entrance for Ubers and cars to access the building.
The true beauty of Stonehall is its convenient location, known as the gateway to Bethesda. Local shops and grocery stores such as Harris Teeter are just steps away from Stonehall. It is also close to a world of excitement, but still quiet enough to serve as a peaceful retreat at the end of the day. It’s an opportunity to savor the finest international cuisine, shop at the most fashionable boutiques and then come home each night to stylish sophistication.
For more information on how to customize your new home at Stonehall Bethesda, click here, and sign up as a VIP to ensure you’ll receive the latest updates and offers. To schedule a private appointment at the Sales Gallery, call 301.747.3644.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/last_chance_to_customize_a_condo_at_stonehall_bethesda/11793.
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