Georgetown Village Condos is located on Edson Lane and Commonwealth Drive in a park like setting. The community has 304 units in 19 buildings with four levels each and four units on each level. Built in 1985, the condos range in size from 845 square feet one bedroom one bath units to 1473 square feet three bedroom two bath units. Georgetown Village Condos is a popular location, not only for its amenities but also for its proximity to shopping and the metro. Pike and Rose is very close and Montgomery Mall and Wildwood Shopping Center are easily accessible too. The community is pet friendly and each unit has its own washer and dryer. Amenities include an outdoor pool, tennis courts, tot lot and a basketball court.
Why Live at Georgetown Village Condos?
The Georgetown Village Community Center features a swimming pool, party room and business offices for the on-site management team. There are also tennis & basketball courts and a tot lot/playground for your outdoor pleasure. Ample parking for residents and guests is a plus. White Flint & Grosvenor Metro Stations are within a mile. Shopping, restaurants, coffee and much more can be found close by at Pike & Rose and Wildwood Shopping Centers. Whole Foods is steps away as is the Shriver Aquatic Center. The low monthly condo fee includes pool, tennis and basketball courts, Tot lot, electric vehicle charging station, a spacious community center/party room, water/sewer, all exterior maintenance, trash pick-up and snow removal.
People who live here enjoy having the green space to walk in, the balconies or terraces, the in unit laundry rooms (not just a stacked washer and dryer) and the pet friendly atmosphere. Dogs and cats are permitted, although there are size restrictions and the number of pets is limited. The well maintained brick buildings are a plus too since the maintenance costs are low. With only 16 units per building, you will get to know all your neighbors well!
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What is Near Georgetown Village Condos?
Hint – It’s not Georgetown – but it is some great shopping and outdoor activities!
Pike and Rose has really changed the area near Georgetown Village Condos.
From Bark Social, the social club for dogs that serves pizza and beer to the humans, to restaurants like Summer House Santa Monica with California-inspired fare and wines, City Perch, a stylish eatery and bar that offers comfort food and cocktails, or a casual noodle place, Pike and Rose has lots of ways to enjoy and afternoon or evening. Check out a movie in an upscale setting with reclining chairs and pillows and blankets at the iPic Theaters. Head to Pinstripes for some grown-up bowling and bocce paired with exceptional Italian and American cuisine.
Shopping at Pike and Rose is exceptional too! Sephora, H&M, REI, LL Bean, Lucky Brand and Sur La Table are just a few places to get your special gifts. if all this shopping makes you hungry, you can head over to the Harris Teeter or drive a few miles and go to Balducci’s at Old Georgetown and Democracy.
If you want more shopping, just check out Westfield Montgomery Mall. Macy’s, Nordstroms, Ann Taylor, Build a Bear, Apple and more are all there waiting to entice you!
Cabin John Park
Just a short drive along Tuckerman Lane brings you to the Cabin John Regional Park. Here you will find a large ice skating rink, ball fields, tennis courts, a popular children’s train, a dog park, and miles of trails for walking and exploring. Cabin John is one of Montgomery County’s most popular parks!
Strathmore Hall is a wonderful addition to the cultural opportunities in the DC area and only a short walk from the Gables. The music offered at Strathmore ranges from the Baltimore Syphony and the National Philharmonic to the Hip Hop Nutcracker and Wynton Marsalis. The Music Center is a warm and inviting space with glass walls, honey colored wood accent walls, and lots of windows. The accoustics at the Music Center make this a popular venue for performers – and one beloved by Montgomery County residents.
Shriver Aquatic Center
You already have an outdoor pool, tennis courts and a basketball court plus walking trails at Georgetown Village, but maybe you want even more! If you want a very active lifestyle, perhaps the proximity to the Shriver Aquatic Center at 5900 Executive Blvd. will be appealing. Fitness class, scuba training and recreational lap swimming are all available at this swim center. Operated through Montgomery County Department of Recreation, the center includes a full schedule of exercise classes, lap swimming, a swim team and masters swimming programming. The Kennedy Shriver Aquatic Center is completely accessible with ramps, elevators, ladders and lifts.
Condo Fee and Amenities
A condo with 1422 square feet of space and three bedrooms and two baths had a condo fee of $396 in early 2022. A two bedroom one bath unit with 1104 square feet had a fee around $350. A two bedroom two bath unit with 1267 square feet charged a condo fee of approximately $420 each month. The condo fee includes a pool, tennis and basketball courts, Tot lot, electric vehicle charging station, a spacious community center/party room, water/sewer, all exterior maintenance, trash pick-up and snow removal, water and sewer, and on site management.
You may be absolutely certain that you want to live at Georgetown Village because you love being close to Pike and Rose and you want to be close to the metro in a condo with an open floorplan while being close to downtown Bethesda. However, perhaps you are not certain where you want to live and you are not sure which buildings you should visit. If you want a community with several smaller buildings, you might consider Parkside or Tuckerman Station, both of which have lots of green space and are close to Georgetown Village. If you like large mid century modern buildings, you might consider the Whitehall in Bethesda or the Promenade at Pooks Hill or smaller mid century modern buildings like the Sussex on Battery. If you like medium sized modern high rise buildings, you might look at the Christopher, Fairmont Plaza, Madison Park and the City Commons. You might also consider the Chase, which also has a pool and tennis courts, making it unique for downtown Bethesda. If you want to stay nearby in North Bethesda, you might consider the Sterling or the White Flint Station on Old Georgetown Road. If you are feeling completely confused now by all your options, then you should give us a call at 240-401-5577 to talk about which buildings will truly match your wants and needs best!
What’s for Sale? What Has Sold?
Do You Want to Sell Your Home?
There are a number of sites on the internet that will give you ‘estimates’ for what your home will sell for. These sites use public records and usually some kind of algorithm to try to produce a value for your home. These sites also publicly state their ‘error rates’. That means they aren’t correct, they are simply an estimate based on incomplete date. We are happy to do a free comparative market analysis of your home or condo in Bethesda (or anywhere else in the DC metro area) and let you know what could expect to get in today’s market if you are considering selling. Our valuation is based on up to the day data for homes that have recently sold in the area. Our valuation is not based on a formula that relies on public records which can take months to update.
Talk to Lise!
I have been a realtor for over 33 years, specializing in helping buyers and sellers with all their Bethesda and Northwest Washington real estate needs. In addition to being a realtor with many years experience in all kinds of markets – the good, the bad and the ugly, I also am an attorney admitted to the bar in the District of Columbia. While I no longer practice as such, I think that my years of experience as a lawyer also work to the advantage of my clients.
In addition to a deep knowledge of the market and the ins and outs of the real estate transaction, I bring to my sellers a real commitment to technology in general and its absolute necessity in marketing properties. My buyer clients also benefit from my technology skills because I am constantly searching all the hidden corners of the real estate market looking for that perfect home for them.
If you want an agent who always puts your interests first, then you should call me and set up a time for a cup of coffee, a little pastry and a lot of conversation. Let me show you Howe Real Estate Should Be. I am at 240-401-5577 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to talking with you!