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Open House: This Weekend at Downtown Bethesda’s Hampden Row
A rendering of Hampden Row.
With the first homeowners expected to take residency in early 2017, construction is well under way at Hampden Row. Located at the corner of Hampden Lane and Arlington Road in downtown Bethesda, these new condominiums offer the best of two worlds—a quiet setting on a tree-lined street, just a short distance from Metro and the restaurants and shops of vibrant Bethesda Row.
Developed by Toll Brothers City Living® (the urban development division of Toll Brothers, Inc., the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes), Hampden Row is a collection of 55 one- to three-bedroom condominium residences that feature the latest appliances and finest finishes. From 5-inch-wide plank hardwood floors, to custom cabinets and quartz countertops, to marble tile baths – luxury fills every square foot. Many residences also include private outdoor space.
A rendering of a kitchen at Hampden Row.
The onsite amenities—24-hour attended lobby, residents’ lounge, rooftop terrace and fitness center, on-site garage parking, and bicycle storage—were designed for convenience and to enhance a luxury lifestyle.
Hampden Row has been hosting monthly events at the Sales Gallery, where prospective buyers can get a taste of the Bethesda lifestyle and learn more about living at Hampden Row. The next event will be held this weekend, March 19th and 20th, when design experts from Homepolish will be on hand from 1:00-3:00pm each day with professional design tips for making a new Hampden Row residence uniquely yours.
A rendering of the rooftop terrace at Hampden Row.
The Sales Gallery for Hampden Row is located just across the street from the building, at 4912 Hampden Lane in The Shoppes of Bethesda. Open daily from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, the Sales Gallery offers a wealth of information as well as kitchen and bathroom vignettes to help prospective buyers envision the quality and lifestyle they’ll find living at Hampden Row. Prices start from the $400,000s for studio units.
For more information, visit HampdenRow.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/open_house_this_weekend_at_downtown_bethesdas_hampden_row/10955.
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