Shows Well, Features: Spacious Unit 101 , Size 1,177 sq. ft;2 Bedrooms 2 Baths Stainless Kit Appliances, Kitchen Granite Counters, Ceramic Tile Hallway/Kitchen Combination Living/Dining Room, Grab Bars in baths: Utilities: Cable TV, Electric, Natural Gas, Heat pump, Cooling: Electric; Heating: Heat Pump, Electric; Water Electric; Public Sewer/Water: Cable TV, new carpet, fresh paint, terrace area, sprinkler system, CAC Ample Closet Space, Washer/Dyer in unit Balcony off Living/Dining area, Window Treatments, 1 Garage Parking Space: Elevator Building .Association Fee paid by owner Includes: Common Area/Exterior Building Maintenance; Fitness Center, Insurance, Management, Reserve Funds, Trash Removal. Amenities: Common Grounds, Elevator, Exercise Room, Extra Storage, Fitness Center, Party Room Walk/Close to Metro, Giant located downtown Silver Spring. Less than a mile walk to shops, restaurants and entertainment! Walking distance to:Whole Foods .8 miSilver spring metro station .4 miBump n~ Grind coffee shop 600 ftGiant Food grocery store .3 miSilver spring AMC theater .5Fillmore Music Hall .4Target .4 miFarmer~s Market .8 mi
Aug 1, 2019
ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DETAILS
>84" Garage Door
- Grab Bars Mod
- No Stairs
90% Forced Air, Heat Pump - Electric BackUp
Silver Spring is a centrally-located suburb of Washington D.C. bordering D.C., Prince George County and Howard County. Within Montgomery County, this community sits next to Rockville and Chevy Chase.
Silver Spring gets its name from a Mica-flecked sparkling spring discovered by Francis Blair, who came to Maryland from Kentucky to publish a newspaper. While horseback riding he discovered the spring in 1842 and named the area Silver Spring. Today the spring’s location is commemorated by Acorn Park in the downtown area.
Quality of Life:
Silver Spring offers the best of both urban and suburban living with neighborhoods lined with mature trees and dotted with playgrounds and parks - all while being close to the heart of city living.
The community has recently undergone a significant renaissance with the addition of major retail, residential and office development. Notable landmarks are the world headquarters of Discovery Communications, American Film Institute’s Silver Theater and Walter Reed Research Center.
From Friday to Sunday night the center of Silver Spring comes to life. Fenton Street is blocked off from traffic, providing the freedom to stroll to restaurants or just enjoy people watching at Silver Spring Plaza. During the warm months, Silver Spring Plaza offers free concerts, movie nights and a jazz festival. In June, the AFI and Discovery host “SilverDocs,” which promotes national and international independent filmmakers by giving them the opportunity to showcase their works.
The Red Line metro can be picked up at the Silver Spring station at Coleville Road and East/West Highway or at the Forest Glen station at Georgia Avenue and Forest Glen Road. Silver Spring is also serviced by a MARC Train station, which is located next to the metro station. Ride-On buses service the major and secondary roads in the neighborhoods. I-495 is in the northern part of the community.
Ronald Reagan National Airport: < 15 miles.
Washington Dulles International Airport: < 35 miles.
Baltimore Washington International Airport: < 35 miles.