A rendering of a kitchen and living room at Stonehall Bethesda.
An exceptional life awaits. And for the future residents of Stonehall Bethesda, the day is fast approaching.
A visit to the condominium’s new sales gallery — located at 7706 Woodmont Avenue — will provide a glimpse into the stylish designs coming to the corner of Battery Lane and Woodmont Avenue. Home shoppers will have the opportunity to select one of the 46 spacious residences.
Interested visitors can choose two-bedroom residences from the $800’s or two bedrooms with a den from $1.3 million. Penthouse residences will start from $2.3 million. No matter what they choose, they will live luxuriously in a place that blends modern trends and timeless styles.
The top-level club room offers a central social hub, while the rooftop terrace is an absolutely stunning place to unwind and enjoy a peaceful moment 10 stories above the vibrant city below. Residents also have access to a fully equipped fitness center with state-of-the-art workout machines.
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 taxis and cars to access the front doors of the building.
The true beauty of Stonehall is its convenient location, known as the gateway to Bethesda. It’s 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 the most fashionable boutiques and then come home each night to stylish sophistication.
For more information on the exquisite condo residences coming to Stonehall Bethesda, visit StonehallBethesda.com. 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 http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sales_start_at_bethesdas_ultimate_luxury_condominium/11119
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