Two New Townhome Communities Offer Style and Urban Access in Montgomery County
Home shoppers looking for modern townhome living and an accessible urban lifestyle now have two more options to check out in Montgomery County.
Chapman Row at Twinbrook Metro offers a collection of new townhome designs steps from shopping, dining and the Red Line. Nearby in North Bethesda, on the site of the former Montrose Christian school, North Quarter offers another choice for townhome shoppers. Both communities are being built by Winchester Homes.
Less than two blocks from Twinbrook Metro, new townhomes at Chapman Row feature three bedrooms, up to three-and-a-half bathrooms and spread out up to 2,326 square feet. The Ellison floor plan starts at $699,900, while the Granger starts at $749,900.
Each home at Chapman Row features an open design with light-filled spaces and a rooftop terrace to unwind with a peaceful neighborhood view.
In addition to its close proximity to Metro, residents will enjoy walkable access to all the shopping, dining and entertainment along Rockville Pike. In just moments, you can walk to dinner at Summer House, raise a toast at 7 Locks Brewing or ease your mind in a yoga class at Sport&Health. The entire area is yours to explore.
Less than two miles away, North Quarter townhomes offer up to three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Starting prices for the four home designs range from $619,900 to $669,900. With flexible floor plans and outdoor living spaces, these modern designs offer a great fit for those looking to be close to all the excitement.
North Quarter is just minutes from both White Flint Metro and Twinbrook Metro, not to mention all the attractions at Pike & Rose and along Rockville Pike.
Home shoppers looking for more information on Chapman Row at Twinbrook Metro or North Quarter can start by visiting WinchesterHomes.com.
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