Bentley Place Condominiums
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Learn the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding living at Bentley Place Condominiums.
You may also contact me by phone – (240) 338-8355 – or email ([email protected]) with any questions.
**Note: This entry is currently incomplete.
Bentley Place – The Basics
Looking at the two developments while standing on Tuckerman, Bentley Place is on the left, closer to Old Georgetown Road.
It falls under the 20852 zip code and was originally built in 1988.
There are approximately 240 garden-style units with an average square size between 800 and 1300 square feet.
Bedroom and bathroom options include 1BR/1BA, 2BR/2BA, and 3BR/3BA varieties.
Bentley Place – Daily Living
All parking for residents is outside (no garages) and guests must park in these lots as well.
Pets are allowed in the complex, including dogs.
Additional restrictions are unconfirmed.
Grosvenor Park is the closet metro station and while not next door, it’s a fairly easy walk down the street.
Additional details are unconfirmed.
All units contain washers and dryers.
Details are unconfirmed.
Fireplaces and Elevators
Some condos are equipped with fireplaces; there are no elevators throughout the premises.
Cable and Internet
Other Notable Amenities
None noted, other than its proximity to Timberlawn Park.
Bentley Place – Cost of Living
Condo fee details are currently unconfirmed.
Please contact us with specific questions.
Bentley Place – Recreation
There is an outdoor pool available for residents’ use.
We’ve made every effort to verify all of the information in this blog post and believe it to be correct.
If you believe any of the information above to be incorrect, please contact us through this website or give us a call at 240-338-8355.
In addition, we encourage you to always double-check with the condo management regarding any circumstance that may influence your buying/renting decision.
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