Camelot Mews in Bethesda is a small community of townhomes on the edge of the Woodmont Triangle just behind the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed with a low HOA fee and lots of greenspace. With fewer than 30 homes to choose from, you have to be ready to make an offer quickly if you see one on the market.
Why Choose Camelot Mews in Bethesda
REST EASY- You have found a great community! If you are looking for an amazing place to live in downtown Bethesda, you have just found it. Camelot Mews in Bethesda couldn’t be more conveniently located. Sitting on the west side of Woodmont Triangle, Camelot Mews is just a short stroll to the Bethesda Metro and all that downtown Bethesda has to offer from ethnic restaurants, unique stores, chain stores like Apple, Lululemon and Blue Mercury, and theaters.
Built in 1967, Camelot Mews is a small community of three bedroom two and a half bath townhomes, some with basements. The size of the townhomes in Camelot Mews in Bethesda is approximately 1470 – 1492 square feet, not counting basements. These are not condos so you are responsible for your own roof, water, sewer, and utilities.
Set around a small courtyard, the greenspace is a peaceful respite from all the activity of the Woodmont Triangle. It is hard to believe you are so close to two metros and all those restaurants. Walk outside with your dog or enjoy a good book and a cup of coffee on your patio or deck! Listen to the birds. Welcome home.
Camelot Mews has a HUGE field to play in and trails to explore. This community is minutes to restaurants, shops, NIH, Walter Reed (right next door), two metro stations or the Marriott headquarters. There is a free shuttle running every day on Battery lane to the Bethesda Metro.
Adding to the sense of separation from all the noise and bustle of downtown Bethesda is a small park and public tennis courts on Battery Lane! There is so much to walk to like the Harris Teeter at the end of the street, Guapo’s on Wisconsin Avenue, and the Blue House at the Woodmont Triangle Park. Grab a burger at BGR or a salad at Jetties and sit outside in the warm weather and watch everyone stroll by!
The HOA fee here is very low so you will not find an exercise room or pool, but all those things are very close to you in downtown Bethesda if you want them.
Bethesda is getting to be a big little city. The intersection of Bethesda and Woodmont Avenues has been transformed in the last few years from a quiet little area with a surface parking lot or two and a Barnes and Noble into a community with luxury high rise condos, a park, trendy stores and upscale restaurants. Even the Barnes and Noble has morphed into a trendy clothing store with a restaurant and plant store in the same space. Bethesda has gone high end! It is a great place to shop and dine, but for many people it is overwhelming as a place to live. Some residents long for the “good old days” when Bethesda was a little quieter. If you feel that way, you will fall in love with Camelot Mews!
Pets are allowed at Camelot Mews in Bethesda.
Floor Plans at the Camelot Mews
Built in 1967, Camelot Mews is a small community of three bedroom two and a half bath townhomes, some with basements. The size of the townhomes in Camelot Mews is approximately 1470 – 1492 square feet, not counting basements.
What is Near the Camelot Mews?
Living in downtown Bethesda means living in a lively urban community filled with lots of restaurants from the Spanish Diner to the Mussel Bar to Raku and Silver plus authentic Indian cuisine, Chinese and Ethiopian, 75 home fashion retailers, unique boutiques, day spas and salons for people and dogs, live theater, art galleries, movie theaters and much more! While there are lots of apartments and condominiums in Bethesda that offer convenient and luxurious living, the Camelot Mews community is outstanding because of the value that it offers and the availability of very reasonably priced townhomes which are very rare in downtown Bethesda.
I am always about food! Please don’t miss my favorite breakfast places, Paul’s Bakery, Tatte, The Original Pancake House and the Tastee Diner. Of course, Tastee Diner is also great for those late night snacks that you used to grab in high school! The nearest grocery stores are the Safeway at Arlington Road, and the Giant on Arlington Road, the Harris Teeter on Battery and Wisconsin, Trader Joe’s at Bradley and Wisconsin and a large Trader Joe’s north of Old Georgetown Road on Wisconsin.
There are lots of small stores in downtown Bethesda such as Blue Mercury and Urban Country. If you long for the big upscale stores, they are only a short distance away at Friendship Heights. Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdale’s are only two miles away.
If you want to work out at the gym, you can choose from Equinox on Elm, Bethesda Sport and Health, or Corepower on Wisconsin Avenue. If a fitness workout is not your idea of fun, perhaps you would rather play golf! There are a multitude of private golf courses and tennis clubs just a few miles away including Kenwood Country Club, Chevy Chase Club, Columbia, Congressional, Woodmont and Manor Country Club. The Montgomery County Aquatic Center is about five miles away in North Bethesda if you would rather swim! Ice skating and ice hockey is easy at the Cabin John Ice Rink off Westlake Drive.
Schools for Camelot Mews
The Camelot Mews is in the Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School cluster, so children living in Camelot Mews attend Bethesda Elementary, Westland Middle School and Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School.
BCC’s International Baccalaureate program is a great draw to that high school.
There are approximately 2,000 students enrolled at B-CC from more than 55 countries. Approximately 75 percent of students go on to attend a four-year college; 20 percent attend a two-year college. BCC High School recently completed a 94000 square foot addition for new classroom space. The new addition includes two wings that connect the existing building to enhance circulation. The design featured collaborative learning areas adjacent to classrooms and found spaces near vertical circulation for gathering, performances, and learning. A naturally lit stairway was incorporated in the new addition as well as a large dance room. The stadium and sports fields were completed in March 2019.
B-CC has been participating in the International Baccalaureate Program since 1996. The program provides students a liberal arts, interdisciplinary education leading to a diploma recognized throughout the world. Instead of pursuing a full IB diploma, students at B-CC may choose to take one or more IB courses (except Theory of Knowledge) and obtain a certificate for the successful completion of the requirements for each course (more on B-CC’s IB program).
In addition, there are lots of private and parochial schools to choose from, such as the Stone Ridge or Georgetown Prep. For more information on schools, just click here.
HOA Fee at Camelot Mews in Bethesda
In 2021 the HOA fee for a two level home at Camelot Mews in Bethesda was a very low $190 each month. It covered snow removal, trash removal and common area and lawn maintenance. Since this is not a condo community, the HOA fee does not cover utililties or roof replacements.
Major employers in Bethesda include Marriott, the Walter Reed Medical Center, The Howard Hughes Institute, The National Institutes of Health, Capital One Bank, Lockheed Martin, and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The condos at the Edgemoor at Arlington are not only close to the Red Line Metro in downtown Bethesda and the new purple line but also the Beltway and I-270, so that you can always get around the metro area from here.
What is for sale at Camelot Mews Now?
With fewer than 30 homes in Camelot Mews in Bethesda, there are some years when no homes are on the market. To see what townhomes are currently on the market in Bethesda, just click here.
Similar Townhomes to Camelot Mews
Camelot Mews is special because the townhomes are large (approximately 1470 square feet), many with basements and very low fees! The townhomes have either patios or balconies to enjoy the greenspace that surrounds this community. If there are not townhomes for sale right now at Camelot Mews, you might consider Kenwood Forest, Bethesda Overlook, City Commons, the townhomes at Hamlet Place and Westbard Mews, the Crest or the ones along Arizona Circle and Westlake Terrace. Clearly you have lots of options for condo townhomes in Bethesda and Chevy Chase and we would love to help you navigate that journey! Please give us a call at 240-401-5577 or email us at email@example.com.
Do You Want to Sell Your Townhome?
There are a number of sites on the internet that will give you ‘estimates’ for what your home will sell for. These sites use public records and usually some kind of algorithm to try to produce a value for your home. These sites also publicly state their ‘error rates’. That means they aren’t correct, they are simply an estimate based on incomplete date. We would love to do a free comparative market analysis of your home and let you know what could expect to get in today’s market if you are considering selling. Our valuation is based on up to the day data for homes that have recently sold in the area. Our valuation is not based on a formula that relies on public records which can take months to update. Please visit my website in order to get your free property evaluation for your Bethesda home We would love to help you sell your townhome at Camelot Mews in Bethesda.
What Has Sold Recently at Camelot Mews?
Two homes sold in Camelot Mews in 2021. 8332 N Brook, with 1492 square feet on the first two levels plus a basement, sold for $700,000.
8312 N Brook sold in July 2021 for $679,900. Like the other one that sold last year, also in July, this was 1492 square feet but without a basement. This unit had updated bathrooms and stainless appliances.
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