The Darcy in downtown Bethesda was built in 2015 at 7171 Woodmont Ave. This building is perfect for people downsizing from Potomac and other Montgomery County suburbs and looking for a luxury building in downtown Bethesda, close to the Metro, shops and restaurants.
WHY CHOOSE THE DARCY?
The Darcy has all the style and upgrades of a newer condo building with high end appliances and cabinetry, big windows and luxurious bathrooms. The Darcy in downtown Bethesda is perfect for people who want soft urban, seeking a small town city close to a major urban city. If you want a luxury building, then you should consider The Darcy as well as the Somerset, the Adagio, the Stonehall, Lionsgate, or newer buildings like the Lauren, the Cheval, The Ritz Carleton in Chevy Chase, or Quarry Springs. With only 88 units, the Darcy is small enough to know your neighbors. The Darcy has a variety of floorplans and views of downtown Bethesda from your terrace or balcony. However, your selection depends on what is available at any given time. Does the Darcy sounds like someplace you would like to live? Then please give the Lise Howe Group a call at 240-401-5577 and let's start looking!
If you want to know what is for sale at the Darcy (if anything is available now), just click here.
Amenities at the Darcy include the 24 hour front desk, a party room with kitchen area, fitness center, game room, extra storage, and on site management. The condo fee includes master insurance, management, exterior maintenance, parking, common area maintenance, trash removal, security and contribution to the reserve fund.
The Darcy is pet friendly and all units have a washer and dryer in the unit.
THE HISTORY OF THE DARCY
The Darcy at 7171 Woodmont Ave Bethesda was built by PN Hoffman and Stonebridge Carras. Other projects that PN Hoffman and Stonebridge Carras has built include Chevy Chase Point, Chevy Chase Center, the Edgemoor Condominium, and Two Bethesda Metro Center. Monty Hoffman, chief executive of PN Hoffman, called the location “the corner of Main and Main.”
The Darcy is named for the founder of the downtown Bethesda business district – William E. Darcy. In 1862, this shopkeeper and farmer opened the first general store in the area, at the intersection of Old Georgetown Road and Wisconsin Avenues. He was also postmaster of the area that was known as Darcy PO until Bethesda was established in 1871.
NEAR THE DARCY IN DOWNTOWN BETHESDA
Everything that you want or need is right outside your door. If you would rather get in a run or a long bike ride, the Capital Crescent Trail literally is right outside your door. Since this is Bethesda, you know that all the restaurants and movie theaters and shops of downtown Bethesda are just outside the door!
Everything you need is nearby from grocery stores to fine shops, good restaurants, movie theaters and commuter routes around the city – but at the Darcy, you have great shops and restaurants on the ground floor of your building! The Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids are there to decorate your new home. Target just opened two blocks away!
Mon Ami Gabi, True Food, Paul, Silver and Chop’t are all right there. Besides the restaurants downstairs, there are great restaurants nearby like Moby Dick’s on Wisconsin Avenue or Fong Lin just few blocks away. Reservations with Open Table will be on speed dial!
If you like to cook, you will never lack for supplies. The Safeway on Bradley Boulevard is just down the street at the corner of Arlington Road and Bradley. Trader Joe’s is two blocks away on Wisconsin Avenue, and the Giant is three blocks away on Arlington and Bethesda Avenue. Harris Teeter is open in Bethesda just south of NIH and Walter Reed. Small shops abound too! There are a fish market, a great pastry and bakery, and a wonderful wine store on Bethesda Avenue.
SALES HISTORY AT THE DARCY
Since there are only 88 units at the Darcy, there will only be a few properties available at any given time – if at all. To see what is available now and what is pending, just click here.Two units sold in the second half of 2021 at the Darcy in downtown Bethesda. One was a 2309 square foot condo with three bedrooms, two and a half baths and a condo fee of $2170. It sold for $ 1875000 in July 2021. The other that sold was a 2090 square foot two bedroom two bath unit with a condo fee of $2010.73. It sold in July 2021 also.By late summer 2022, four units had sold at the Darcy. The most expensive one to sell was Unit 506, a two bedroom, two and a half bath unit with 2361 square feet. It originally listed for $1,643,000 and sold for $1,580,000 with a price per square foot of $669.21. Other units sold for $625,000 for a one bedroom, one bath, $670,000 for a small two bedroom, two bath (883 square feet) and $840,000 for a two bedroom, two bath unit with 1140 square feet.
The Darcy is in the BCC school cluster. Students attend Bethesda Elementary, Westland Middle School and Bethesda Chevy Chase High School.
LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME?
Call the Lise Howe Group and let us help you find your next home at the Darcy or anywhere else in the DC metro area. Whether you are moving across the country and relocating to Bethesda or Chevy Chase, or if you are simply trying to find a perfect place to call home, we can help you. With a combined 35 years of real estate experience, we are very familiar with the entire DC metro area. Whether you dream of an estate in Potomac or a condo in Dupont, we can help! To see all the homes for sale at the Darcy in downtown Bethesda right now, just click here. If you want to see other luxury condos in downtown Bethesda, you can start your search right here.
The Darcy is a medium sized building in comparison to the other luxury buildings in Bethesda. Smaller buildings include the Hampden and the Edgemoor at Arlington. If you are looking for a luxury building in Bethesda you might consider Somerset, the Adagio, the Stonehall, Lionsgate, or newer buildings like the Lauren, the Cheval, The Ritz Carleton in Chevy Chase, Quarry Springs or the Hampden.