Welcome to Old Georgetown Village Condominium

“It’s like a resort or a country club,” exclaimed a visitor as he arrived for the first time at Old Georgetown Village Condominium in North Bethesda, Maryland.

 

Old Georgetown Village exemplifies location, location, location!

  • Within a very walkable one-half mile of Whole Foods, CVS, Starbucks, Seasons 52, and other restaurants. Shops include a wine store and a bakery. Also nearby are the Bethesda Trolley Trail, Capital Bikeshare, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver & Sargent Shriver Aquatic Center, and the White Flint Metro Station on the Red Line.

 

  • Only one mile from the Strathmore Music Center and The Mansion at Strathmore. Nearby Pike & Rose features shopping, a wide variety of dining options, and entertainment.

 

  • Easy access: About a half-mile to Rockville Pike and Old Georgetown Road and less than two miles to the Beltway and I-270.

 

  • Five miles from downtown Bethesda and downtown Rockville.

 

This incredibly convenient location is nestled in a residential area on a 23-acre naturally-wooded site with well-maintained landscaping and gentle slopes that can be enjoyed from each condominium unit’s private balcony or patio.

 

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Building Features

Old Georgetown Village Condominium is characterized by its classic design enhanced by a complete redecoration of the lobbies and hallways in 2018.

 

One of the few low-rise properties in the area, Old Georgetown Village Condominium features access-controlled, deeded garage parking and deeded storage closets for units, elevators, and key fob building access. Unreserved outdoor parking for residents and guests is available. On-site management and maintenance staff ensure quality upkeep and services.

 

Amenities

On-site amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, tennis/pickleball courts, grilling area with oversized grills and seating, fitness room, and community room with wi-fi.

 

Activities include Happy Hours, summer BBQs, Holiday Party, Book Club, Bridge, Fitness Classes and a Discussion Group.

 

A sense of participatory community is created with monthly Board work sessions and meetings that all owners and renters are welcome to attend. In addition, all owners and renters are welcome to participate on committees.

 

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