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Take a Look at the Newest Luxury Townhomes in North Potomac on Your Own
Shopping for a new home in North Potomac is easier than ever.
At Travilah Station, a luxury townhome community by Brookfield Residential, home shoppers can schedule and enjoy self-guided tours of brand new homes at a time that works best for them.
The self-guided tours are an inviting and relaxing way to experience these impressive townhomes. The designs feature three to four bedrooms, two to four bathrooms and up to 2,400+ square feet of living space. Prices start at $599,990.
To schedule a myTime Home tour, visit BrookfieldResidential.com/Tour and select a Move-In Ready Home with the myTime logo beside the listing. After registering and verifying your identity, you’ll simply select a date and time for a self-guided tour of the home. You can even schedule multiple home tours during your visit.
After the tour, home shoppers can contact the Brookfield Residential sales team to take the next steps or ask about special limited-time incentives.
Travilah Station offers an exceptional opportunity for a new home in an ideal North Potomac location. Shopping and dining are nearby at Travilah Square Shopping Center and Traville Village Center. The community is also zoned for sought-after Montgomery County schools, including Thomas S. Wootton High School.
It’s easy to get to work from Travilah Station, too, with convenient access to major commuter routes to Washington, DC, and Baltimore. And it all begins on your own, on your time, with the self-guided home tour so you can experience Travilah Station on your terms.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/tour-luxury-townhomes-in-north-potomac-on-your-own/16487.
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