Elegance, Culture, and Scenery
Tuckerman Station is located in beautiful North Bethesda, Maryland and offers residents their choice of 3-story town homes or cozy condominiums. No matter which you choose, you’ll have access to the community swimming pool during the summer and the dual tennis courts year round. - Tuckerman Station condos for sale & rent
Multiple parks are within walking distance from the premises and sport playgrounds, basketball courts, baseball and soccer fields, and cookout/picnic areas. The historic Bethesda Trolley Trail runs right along side the community. This six-mile trail marks where the trolley used to carry workers to and from DC in the 1800s. Today, joggers, pedestrians, and bikers traverse the trail as a direct line through the heart and foliage of the city.
Great Montgomery County schools serve the children who live at Tuckerman Station. Kensington Parkwood Elementary provides excellent education for grades K–5 and North Bethesda Middle School covers grades 6–8. Older children attend Walter Johnson High School, which has been ranked 5th among Maryland public schools and has a strong Advanced Placement (AP) program. Georgetown Prep, a private school for boys in grades 9–12, is next door to Tuckerman Station and has been opened for over 220 years.
Great shopping also surrounds the community in North Bethesda. The shops at Montgomery Mall or White Flint Mall are just a short 5–10 minute drive. The Grosvenor Market, “your complete and unique local grocer,” is just down the street. They are a full service grocery store and pride themselves in fresh, local produce and the best cuts of meat around. The have a reputation for top quality and excellent service (their staff will even carry your bags to your car!). There is also a top-rated deli inside where you can stop for a delectable start to your morning, a healthy pick-me-up for lunch, or a hefty party platter for an eventful dinner.
Keeping up with the East Coast’s flair for enlightenment and culture, the area is blessed to have Strathmore, an 11-acre “intersection of art and life.” Boasting sculpture gardens, art exhibitions, and a calendar full of events, Strathmore affords many ways to dazzle the eyes and nurture the mind. The Music Center at Strathmore is the host to many international artists of an array of genres such as folk, rock, R&B, blues, jazz, classical, and show tunes.
Tuckerman Station is conveniently located close to the 495 and 270 freeways, allowing easy access for necessary commutes to Virginia, Washington DC, and to other parts of Maryland. If you want to save gas, the Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro stop is just down Tuckerman Lane. From there, you can hop a train that will take you almost anywhere you want to go.
With all these great features and amenities, it’s no wonder that North Bethesda is one of the most desired locations to live in the Washington Metro area and Tuckerman Station allows you to be right in the center of it all.
The community offers two types of living:
These 3-level homes range from 3–4 bedrooms with 2–3 baths currently priced from $600,000–$700,000.
Your choice of 1-3 bedrooms with 1–3 full bath options currently priced from $350,000–$400,000.
Community fees include lawn care, trash & snow removal.