Here’s a new security feature – sculpted lions “guarding” your home. That is what you have at Lionsgate Bethesda. Two bronze lions sit at the front of the building on Woodmont Avenue and Old Georgetown Road.
Bethesda is know for public artworks, and these sculptures created by John Dreyfuss of Washington DC are modern, distinctive, and certainly a distinguishing characteristic of the entrance of this supremely luxurious new Baltimore area condominium development.
The lions are not the only security at Lionsgate, of course. The controlled access building has a video entry system, uniformed doormen, 24 hour lobby attendants, and reserved underground parking.
No detail has been overlooked in these one to three bedroom luxury greater Washington DC condominiums. The lobby is simply gorgeous, and the unique crystal raindrop chandelier is in itself a work of art which is a focal point of the entire soaring space. Your generously sized well appointed residence features several generous walk-in wardrobes, hardwood floors throughout, natural stone flooring in baths and foyers, granite countertops in kitchens and baths, and Viking appliances in the kitchen.
A rooftop terrace graces the top of this glorious luxury condominium home, with terrace, raised pavement, and thick field turf a step outside your elevator. Residents also enjoy a private Club room, Veria Spa and Wellness center, and a private fitness center. Best of all, your location is prime, with first class shopping at your door, Bethesda Metro station a block away, and bike and hiking trails easily accessible. These luxury condominiums are convenient to downtown Washington DC and Baltimore – yet they are a world away.
If you are looking for a luxury Baltimore condominium or Washington DC residence, contact me about touring Lionsgate. You’ll see why it is considered Bethesda’s most luxurious condominium. Built last year, these gracious Baltimore area condominium residences are brand new, and priced from $700K to $3 million.