The Classic Collection at Stonehall Bethesda is the gateway to an exceptional lifestyle in downtown Bethesda. These new condominium residences are ready for home buyers to move in this summer at the corner of Battery Lane and Woodmont Avenue, offering a prime location to all that the neighborhood has to offer. Residents will be across the street from local conveniences such as Harris Teeter and a short walking distance from the National Institute of Health and Walter Reed.
The clubroom at Stonehall Bethesda.
Residences at Stonehall range from two-bedroom, two-bathroom residences to penthouses, all outfitted with elegant, stylish design features and expansive windows inviting abundant natural light. 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.
A kitchen style available 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 taxis and cars to access the front doors of the building. Each residence comes with garage parking included.
A bathroom design at Stonehall Bethesda
With two bedroom residences starting in the $600’s, the Classic Collection residences are among the most sought-after at Stonehall Bethesda. The homes are selling quickly and only one penthouse remains. To schedule a private hard hat tour of Stonehall Bethesda, call 301.747.3644 or visit StonehallBethesda.com to learn more.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/stonehall_bethesdas_classic_collection_delivers_this_summer/12322.
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