White Flint Station in North Bethesda is located at11800 Old Georgetown Road, just across from Pike and Rose and close to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. These spacious condominiums are just a short walk to the Rockville Metro (Red Line) and all the best of North Bethesda- its restaurants, shops and theaters.
Why Choose White Flint Station?
The White Flint Station Condominiums in North Bethesda really seem to define convenient living since it is so close to the Metro, shops, restaurants and entertainment. Out of the 153 units at White Flint Station you have a choice of one bedrooms to three bedroom homes. This building is best recognized for its inviting courtyards and sunfilled spaces plus its lovely common areas like the two story party room and billiard room.
White Flint Station, completed in the spring of 2006, is one of several condo buildings along Old Georgetown Road east of the Rockville Pike. The White Flint Station condos are updated with stainless appliances and granite counters, open kitchens and lots of windows to bring in the outdoor space. The homes have either a balcony or a private patio and washers and dryers in each unit.
What is Near the White Flint Station in North Bethesda
Pike and Rose has really changed the area near the White Flint Station in North Bethesda. 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, 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
The condo fee includes access to the pool, party room, exercise room, courtyards with grills, the
front desk and on site management. In the fall of 2020, the condo fee for a one bedroom is approximately $400. The fee for a two bedroom is approximately $595 while a three bedroom condo fee goes for $700. By 2022, the fee for a two bedroom two bath with 1222 square feet is $620 a month and a three bedroom condo has a monthly fee of $740.
Schools for White Flint Station in North Bethesda
White Flint Station Condominiums are located in the of the Walter Johnson High School cluster in the Montgomery County public schools. Students that live in the White Flint Station condos will attend Luxmanor Elementary, Tilden Middle School, and Walter Johnson High School. Nearby private schools include Landon School for Boys, Holton Arms, Stone Ridge, Saint Jane de Chantal, and Georgetown Prep.
Pet Policy at White Flint Station in North Bethesda
Pets are welcome at White Flint Station. From here you can easily walk across the street to Bark Social or take your pet to play in the courtyard or head off to Summer House at Santa Monica for drinks with your friends and your pet!
There are several different floor plans for condos at the White Flint Station. There are one bedroom condos of approximately 632 square feet and as large as 808 square feet. Two bedroom two bath condos are approximately 1220 square feet and the three bedroom two bath condos are approximately 1523 square feet in space
Would You Like To Know What Your Home is Worth?
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.
Do You Need to Talk to a Realtor?
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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 email@example.com. Looking forward to talking with you!
You may be absolutely certain that you want to live at White Flint Station in North Bethesda because you love being close to Pike and Rose and the metro in a condo with an open floorplan and the ability to walk to the metro 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 like medium sized modern high rise buildings, you might look at the Christopher, Fairmont Plaza, Madison Park and the City Commons in addition to the new luxury buildings like the Lauren, Cheval and Stonehall. Further into Chevy Chase you might look at the Elizabeth or 4620 N Park. Nearby in North Bethesda, you might consider the Gallery or the Sterling on Old Georgetown Road as reasonable alternatives. 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!