The final residences are now selling at one of Bethesda’s most luxurious condominiums: Stonehall Bethesda. And the property happens to offer some of the best value per square foot anywhere in town.
Just seven condominiums remain –– with special close-out pricing –– at this sought-after location at the corner of Woodmont Avenue and Battery Lane. The remaining opportunities include two-bedroom residences from $899,990, two-bedroom and den residences from $1.299M and three-bedroom residences from $1.745M.
Every residence at Stonehall offers the space of single-family living on one level with abundant natural light throughout. The homes are finely appointed with luxurious design finishes and a balcony offering an ideal place to relax and look out over the neighborhood.
Stonehall also offers amenities designed to enhance the everyday experience of those who call it home.
A porte cochere creates a welcoming entrance at the front door, and residents enjoy convenient garage parking so searching for a space is never a concern. A full-service concierge is available to arrange dining reservations, car service, dry cleaning and more.
The upper level of Stonehall features a private club room and a rooftop terrace, perfect for gathering with friends and neighbors or simply enjoying an elevated view of the city.
Stonehall also offers an ideal location, a five-minute walk from National Institutes of Health, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center or Medical Center Metro. A new Wells Fargo Bank is on the first floor of Stonehall’s building, and a Harris Teeter is just across the street. The new Marriott Headquarters and even more great shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities are just minutes away.
To schedule a private tour while residences are still available, visit StonehallBethesda.com or call 301.747.3644.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/only-7-residences-remain-at-one-of-bethesdas-most-luxurious-condos/16553.
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