The Gables and Bentley Place are two cozy condominiums located next door to each other in the center of North Bethesda, Maryland 20852. Both of these residences were built in the late 1980s and offer top tier amenities, beautiful surroundings, and proximity to life’s necessities. They are pet friendly condos with an abundance of walkable areas.
The Gables and Bentley Place are two cozy condominiums located next door to each other in the center of North Bethesda, Maryland (20852). Both of these residences were built in the late 1980s and offer top tier amenities, beautiful surroundings, and proximity to life’s necessities. They are pet friendly condos with an abundance of walkable areas.
Bentley Place sits on 14 acres of meticulously landscaped property. The community consists of 240 “luxury-garden style” condominium units with your choice of 1–2 bedrooms plus loft. Every condo has its own washer and dryer.
The Gables is a larger community with 408 luxury townhomes and condominiums across 21 acres of garden style terrain that is perfect for afternoon strolls. Three-level units are available with one, two, or three bedroom options. Like Bentley Place condos, every unit has its own washer and dryer.
Sugarbush Lane runs between the two communities and gives residents access to the amenities at the community clubhouse, run by the Penbrooke Association. The clubhouse has 2 full sized pools open during the summer months to escape the heat. Four tennis courts are nestled among verdant trees, which add an element of nature to your game year round. The community area also features a tot lot for the little ones, indoor racquetball courts, pool tables, and a small workout area. The clubhouse can be rented out for exclusive parties or events.
The area around the communities is filled with all the things you would want close by. Cedarwood Park is just a walk down the street and has two soccer fields, a basketball court, and a playground. A short walk away sits the Bethseda Trolley Trail, a six-mile trail that was used in the 1800s to transport workers to and from DC. Today the paved trail is used by pedestrians, joggers, and bikers as a scenic route through town.
Tuckerman Lane affords the commuter easy access to the 270 and 495 freeways allowing a quick commute to DC, Virginia, or other parts of Maryland. The Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro stop is just a half-mile away and offers a straight link to dozens of key areas in the region.
A huge point of interest in the area is Strathmore, an 11-acre intersection of “art and life” elevating the culture and flair of the neighborhood. Talk a walk through sculpture gardens or scope out the latest art at one of the many exhibitions Strathmore hosts every year. The Music Center at Strathmore brings in famous international musicians in droves. Concerts run throughout the year showcasing top artists in rock, R&B, folk, blues, jazz, classical, and many other genres.
The Grosvenor Market, a full service grocer, is just a five-minute walk down the lane and features the freshest produce from local growers. They pride themselves in being “unique and complete” and have some of the best customer service in town. Their deli is renowned for their delectable selections morning, noon, and night and is a great place to pick up a party platter for any event.
Two malls are at your service in a 5–10 minute radius. Montgomery Mall is the home to plenty of shopping options, including Macy’s, Nordstroms, and Sears. The mall also features an Apple Store, Victoria’s Secret, Brookstone, Crate & Barrel, and a number of other top retail brands. In case that wasn’t enough, White Flint Mall offers top stores like Banana Republic, Pottery Barn, Gymboree, Gap, Gamestop and others. Both malls come fully equipped with movie theaters to catch the latest blockbuster hit.
Living at one of these luxury communities also puts your children in some of the state’s best schools. Luxmanor and Garrett Park Elementary serve students grades K–5. They both have a strict focus on offering world-class education through dedicated teaching and learning. Students in grades 6–8 attend Tilden Middle School, where they cultivate a happy, safe, and caring learning environment. Tilden Middle School will be moving to a completely new, renovated school by 2017. Walter Johnson High School serves the older grades and was ranked 5th in the state for public high schools, and ranked among the top 50 high schools in the nation by Newsweek Magazine.
|Bentley Place||Hungerford||Randolph Hills||Tower Oaks|
|Bethesda Park||Luxberry Courts||Strathmore Park||Tuckerman Station|
|Chapman Row at Twinbrook||Luxmanor||The Fallswood||Walnut Grove|
|Crest of Wickford||Midtown Bethesda North||The Forum||White Flint Station|
|Fallstone||Miramont Villas||The Gallery||Windermere|
|Gables of Tuckerman||North Farm||The Sterling||Symphony Park|
|Georgetown Village||Oaks at North Bethesda||The Wisconsin|
|Grayrob||Old Farm||Tilden Woods||Grosvenor Woods|
|Grosvenor Park||Old Georgetown Village||Timberlawn||930 Rose|