Grosvenor Park

Are you thinking about buying or renting at Grosvenor Park Townhomes?

Learn the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding living at Grosvenor Park Townhomes.

Afterwards, check out Grosvenor Park townhomes for sale or Grosvenor Park townhomes for rent.

Grosvenor Park - The Basics

Grosvenor Park townhomes are part of the greater Grosvenor Park community located – you guessed it – across the street from Grosvenor metro.

The line of high-rise buildings (I, II, and III, and 10101) and garden-units (IV) are closest to the Rockville Pike – the townhomes are located just across the street.

Grosvenor Park townhomes fall under the 20852 zip code and were originally built in 1985.

There are 183 units with an average size between 1700 and 2300 square feet.

Bedroom and bathroom options include are varied.

Grosvenor Park - Daily Living


All parking is outdoors; there are no garages.

Additional details are unconfirmed.

Pet Policy

Details unconfirmed.

Metro Accessibility

Grosvenor is the closet metro station and it’s an easy walk across the street and through the underground tunnel.


Pets are allowed but additional details unconfirmed.


All units contain washers and dryers.



Fireplaces and Elevators

Some condos are equipped with fireplaces; there are no elevators throughout the premises.

Cable and Internet

Details unconfirmed.

School Districts

Students residing here are served by the Ashburton, North Bethesda, and Walter Johnson school districts.

Other Notable Amenities

Other notable amenities include a grocery market, hairdresser, and dry cleaner, which are all located across the street in the Grosvenor Park III building.

Grosvenor Park - Cost of Living

Details on condo fees at Grosvenor Park Townhomes are currently unconfirmed.

Please contact us with specific questions.

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Grosvenor Park - Recreation

Grosvenor Park Townhomes does not have a fitness center or pool on-site; however, residents may hold memberships to pools at the Grosvenor high-rises.

There are also tennis courts and playground/tot lots available, although technically these belong to the high-rise buildings.

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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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Andy Detweiler

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