Montebello: Condos Wrapped Around a Lifestyle

Posted by Mark Washburn on Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 at 10:56am.

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With its abundant amenities and its campus-like setting, the Montebello condos are virtually wrapped around a lifestyle. New residents quickly discover nearly everything they want and need is in one convenient location.

Take, for example, some of the extras of living at Montebello. Originally constructed in the mid 1980s, the Alexandria property offers its residents access to both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and a jogging trail.

In addition, it also contains a four-lane bowling alley, exercise rooms, playgrounds and a billiards/ping pong room. Other desirable extras include an on-site café, a salon and more.

A convenient Metro shuttle runs in the morning, afternoon and evening. There is also a planned shuttle that helps transport residents to local retailers and grocery stores.

Montebello fees additionally fund a full range of social activities, including things like card games, ballroom dancing, movie nights and a kids’ club. Residents are known to come together for things like holiday parades, an on-site arts program, a speaker series and a music club.

It’s superb location also makes it easy to access area hiking trails and enjoy the outdoors. This guard-gated community sits on 36 wooded acres along the Potomac River.

Made up of four high-rise buildings, buyers have their choice of more than 1,000 condos. The residences typically range from one- to three-bedrooms.

Some of the residences, however, are even larger because the owners have since combined two separate units into one. Typically, though, the pet-friendly floor plans range from around 850 square feet to more than 1,600 square feet of living space.

Because the floor plans are so unique and diverse, it’s common to find a range of residents living at Montebello, as well. From young families and professionals to college students and even retirees, there’s something for just about everyone at Montebello.

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