Touted as the tallest condominium residence in downtown Bethesda, Cheval is set to redefine the city's skyline. Cheval is elevating luxury living in Bethesda, rising 17 floors above the city, at the corner of Fairmont Avenue and Old Georgetown Road.
Just steps from the Bethesda Metro station and a short walk to Woodmont Triangle and Bethesda Row, Cheval is surrounded by the area’s best shopping, dining and entertainment. This ideal, urban location is considered a “Walker’s Paradise,” with a Walk Score of 97 out of 100.
A rendering of the living room space at Cheval.
When completed, in 2017, Cheval will offer floorplans ranging from one-bedroom condos to penthouse residences with private rooftop terraces, priced from the $700's to over $3 million.
A rendering of a bathroom at Cheval.
These modern residences will feature eight-foot walls of windows, inviting in abundant natural light and providing gorgeous panoramic views of downtown Bethesda. Each residence will also include a private balcony, a terrace or both.
The rooftop terrace at Cheval.
Residents at Cheval Bethesda will have access to unparalleled amenities: on-site garage parking, a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga room, as well as a rooftop social area featuring a bar and a stylish club room. Cheval’s on-site concierge will provide a variety of services to complement residents’ lifestyles, including dry cleaning, dog walking and grooming, car detailing, transportation arrangements and in-residence catering.
Prospective residents, realtors and other interested parties can visit ChevalBethesda.com or call (301) 476-1527 for more information. The Cheval Bethesda sales gallery is also open daily at 7706 Woodmont Avenue in Bethesda, and private appointments are available.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/tallest_condominium_in_bethesda_now_open_for_sales/11747.
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