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7111 Woodmont Ave #508, Bethesda, MD 20815
7111 Woodmont Ave #508, Bethesda, MD 20815
7111 Woodmont Ave #508, Bethesda, MD 20815
7111 Woodmont Ave #508, Bethesda, MD 20815

Price: $359,900
7111 Woodmont Ave #508, Bethesda, MD 20815

MLS #: MDMC727474
Tax ID #: 160703468575
Ownership Interest: Condominium
Association: Condo/Coop
Unit Entry Floor: 1
Structure Type: Unit/Flat/Apartment
Levels/Stories: 1
Unit Building Type: Hi-Rise 9+ Floors
Waterfront: No
Views: City, Street
Garage: No
Beds: 1
Baths: 1
Above Grade Fin SQFT: 633 / Assessor
Price / Sq Ft: 568.56
Year Built: 2000
Property Condition: Very Good
Style: Contemporary
Central Air: Yes
Basement: No

Public: Fantastic move-in ready 1BR/1BA ideally located in sought-after Crescent Plaza. Parquet hardwood flooring and large windows with peaceful tree views welcome you to the bright, generous layout. The open-concept kitchen features stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, gas cooking, and ample cabinet and counter space to prepare meals or entertain. The tranquil bedroom is spacious with a massive walk-in closet. A tiled bath, in-unit stacked laundry, and underground parking round out this amazing home in a location that can’t be beat. Owners enjoy beautifully maintained common areas, pet-friendly homes, security, and an exercise room along with building and custodial maintenance. Condo fees include a/c, gas, heat, water, sewer and trash leaving only electric usage to pay. The lobby, hallways and fitness center were recently renovated and no special assessments were needed. Crescent Plaza neighbors love their unbelievable location right off of Wisconsin Avenue and one block from Bethesda Row. Target, Trader Joe’s, Apple, and a fabulous mix of restaurants and shops are at your doorstep. Less than two blocks to Capital Crescent Trail where you can enjoy lovely scenery from Silver Spring to Georgetown. Hop on Metrobus on the corner or Bethesda Metro two blocks away and easily commute to work and play.

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