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6716 Eames Way Bethesda MD 20817 | $966,100



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  • Listing ID: MC10257383
  • Status: ACTIVE
  • Subdivision: Montgomery Row
  • Project Name: Montgomery Row
  • Public Remarks: NEW TOWNHOME in Bethesda, brand new end townhome featuring living room fireplace, rear deck, 2-car garage and fourth level rooftop terrace with outdoor wetbar. Perfect location just steps from Westfield Montgomery Mall and the Shops at Wildwood. The community also offers a new park and playground and free Montgomery County shuttle to metro. (Photos reflect Daniel model home)
  • County: MONTGOMERY
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Full Bathrooms: 3
  • Half Bathrooms: 1
  • Building Square Feet: 2,187
  • Lot Description: Landscaping
  • Lot Dimensions: 924
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  • Year Built: 2018
  • Taxes: 0
  • HOA Fee: 210
  • Swimming Pool: No
  • Master Bedroom: x
  • Bedroom 2: x
  • Bedroom 3: x
  • Bedroom 4: x
  • Bedroom 5: x
  • Kitchen: x
  • Dining Room: x
  • Living Room: x
  • Family Room: x

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