Adagio Condominium in Bethesda

6820 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20815

Located at 6820 Wisconsin Avenue, the posh Adagio condominium offers luxury living and next-door convenience to a host of shopping, dining and entertainment experiences. This is the southern edge of Bethesda by the Chevy Chase border—a hotbed of commercial and residential growth in recent years. The modern brick and glass building offers 92 upscale condos along with ground floor retail.

Condos for sale at Adagio come in a wide variety of floorplans, everything from roomy one-bedroom flats to three-story penthouses. Square footage runs all the way from 809 to 4,711, with recent sales prices ranging from the high $400s to over $3 million. The open-space designs feature floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors and modern open kitchens that recess into the walls for maximum chic and space-saving. Bosch, Sub-Zero, Poggenpohl and Meile appliances and fixtures top off the cooking areas.

Residences for sale at Adagio Condominium in the heart of Bethesda

Residents at Adagio enjoy a fully-staffed front desk with concierge and security. There’s laundry pick-up, a fitness center with a personal trainer, guest suites, secure parking, a community club room and an outdoor terrace with garden. Washington Sports is on the ground floor and Trader Joe’s is across the street. You can walk for groceries to stock your Sub-Zero stainless steel fridge with!

This part of Bethesda could not be more convenient. Bethesda Row with its extraordinary selection of shops, restaurants and the Landmark Cinemas is just up the street, as is the Bethesda Metro with Red Line service. There’s also countless standalone businesses along the Wisconsin Corridor, from creative workshops like The Writer’s Center to popular restaurants like Persimmon, Silver and True Food Kitchen. Also, the Capital Crescent Trail is a couple blocks away—ride your bike to Georgetown!

More About Bethesda

Bethesda is a very affluent, spread out community in Montgomery County, Maryland. It ranks high in many annual lists, including livability, wealth, economy and schools. The area is comprised of various sections, including North Bethesda, South Bethesda, Downtown Bethesda and a large number of individual neighborhoods and subdivisions. And while Bethesda on whole is often associated with lavish estates and quiet, tree-lined streets, the downtown area is a bird of a different feather.

Downtown Bethesda is urban, exciting and still evolving. It’s often associated with shopping, due to the number of malls as well as upscale standalone stores. But it’s much more than just that. The Wisconsin Avenue Corridor has become synonymous with the emerging live, work, play and shop lifestyle experience. Indeed, those living at Adagio will find themselves right in the thick of one of Washington Metro’s hottest destination places, similar in appeal to Downtown DC, The Wharf, Old Town Alexandria and the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor in Arlington.

But there’s more to the area than trendy restaurants, the Bethesda Film Festival, Live Jazz Thursdays and Yoga on the Lane. There’s also the peace and quiet of Norwood Park, the Kenwood Golf and Country Club, Bethesda Country Club, hiking along the historic C&O Canal Towpath and so much more.

Transit Options for Residents of Adagio

As mentioned above, residents of Adagio are conveniently close to the Bethesda Metro Station with its Red Line service. The new Purple Line is slated to open in 2019. But there’s plenty of other transit options as well. This is a highly walkable neighborhood. In fact, 6820 Wisconsin Avenue has a Walk Score of 94, qualifying it as a Walker’s Paradise! Whether it’s picking up groceries, takeout food, getting morning coffee or indulging in drinks and dinner before heading home, this is definitely a place where you can accomplish much on foot.

It’s also driver friendly. Just pull out of the Adagio’s secure parking garage and head in any number of directions. You can drive south along a major corridor to Capitol Hill, north to the Capital Beltway, or west to the George Washington Memorial Parkway which hugs the Potomac River coastline from Bethesda to Alexandria. There’s a number of bridges along the way as well, leading across the Potomac to Arlington and Alexandria.

Next-Door to Washington, DC

If it isn’t abundantly clear by this point, the Adagio’s proximity to Washington, DC is also part of the attraction. The building is about two miles from the DC border and less than seven miles from the White House—just to give a familiar point of reference. A visit to the Smithsonian National Zoo in the Woodley Park neighborhood is lots of fun, as is the National Mall in Downtown DC with all its famous museums and landmarks.

There’s also concerts and NBA basketball at Capital One Arena, the lively sights and sounds of Chinatown, black-tie events at Kennedy Center, legendary theatres and way too many shops and restaurants to name individually. From Downtown Bethesda to the nation’s capital, there is always plenty to see and do! To learn more about condos for sale at Adagio, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass (202) 798-3600.

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