Grosvenor Park condos
Construction on the garden style condos began in the 1970's. These 3 level buildings run the length of the communitys eastern edge along Rockille Pike and are the closest to the Bethesda/Strathmore Metro. The units are 1-2 bedroom 1-2 bath ranging in price from $180,000 to $225,000.
Built in the mid 1960's he high rise condominiums have aprox 400 units in each building on 16 floors. The units range from 1-3 bedroom and 1-3 bath priced from $210,000 to $400,000 and every where between depending on your needs. Some buildings also have efficiencies, large penthouses and terrace units. Each building has 200 plus underground parking spaces and 200 plus outdoor parking spaces. The buildings sit right in the middle of every thing, with olympic-sized pools, tennis/basketball courts, lakes and park setting, picnic areas, tot lots and walking, jogging and biking paths. The middle building is home to the Grosvenor Market. The market is a full service grocery
store with fresh local produce and a fantastic deli.
Grosvenor park townhomes
The town homes are the final phase of the community. Build in the mid 1980's they stand on the corner of what was once the estate of Gilbert Grosvenor, who the community was named after. The 3 bedroom 3 bath town homes sell for $530,000 to $550,000.
These communities are in a great location. A short walk to the Bethesda/Strathmore Metro and Strathmore Arts Center allows riders fast easy access to any where in Washington DC along the red line. The community is only a 5-7 minute drive to the town centers of Bethesda and Rockville, interstate 270, 495 capital beltway, NIH, Navy Medical, Montgomery Mall, and White Flint Mall. The community is also a short walk to Fleming and Cedarwood Parks. The parks are great for families and include basketball courts, baseball and soccer fields, play grounds for kids as well as ample parking, cookout/picnic areas. Both parks are pet friendly. The Bethesda Trolly Trail also runs next to the community. The trail is located along an old trolly railway used in the late 1800's to transport people to work in D.C. Today the trail is over 6 miles long and is used by bikers, runners and pedestrians.
The community feeds to Kensington and Parkwood Elementary, North Bethesda Middle and Walter Johnson High Schools. The school is ranked 5th within Maryland public schools and has a very strong Advanced Placement (AP) program.
By BJ Matson
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