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About Whitehall:

The Whitehall Condominium is a complex consisting of 2 high-rise buildings and 13 townhouses. The North Building has 10 floors and The West building has 12 floors.

Built between 1962 and 1964 the buildings were converted to condominiums in 1982. The townhouses have three bedrooms and two and a half baths. The apartments are either one bedroom with one bath, two bedrooms with one bath or two bedrooms with two baths. A number of the apartments have balconies and some have a parking space in one of the two garages.

The Whitehall is conveniently located in Bethesda where it abuts the NIH property. The campus like setting is serene. Yet in minutes you can walk into "restaurant row", the Metro, movies, stores, and businesses...truly "urban/suburban."

The outdoor pool is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day and has a lifeguard on duty.

The community room is graciously appointed and is available for use by an owner for a modest rental.

The front desk of the North building is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Common areas are serviced by a cleaning service comes each weekday (with limited services on weekends).

There is a laundry room on each floor. Washers and dryers are NOT allowed in the individual apartments.

The parking lot has adequate unassigned parking and a large number of guest spaces.

The monthly condo fees (which run 7/1 through 6/30) include all your utilities except for telephone and cable...yes, that is all of your utilities!! The fees are competitive with the other condominiums in the area. Please note: The Whitehall monthly condo fee has been increased from between $1.00 to $2.31 per month per apartment effective July 1, 2013. The Whitehall has an ongoing history of very low increases.

You may have a pet of 30 pounds or less.


Condo Living:

Owning a condo is quite different from owning a house. Make sure the condo lifestyle is for you before buying.

Every apartment owner is a member of the condo association, which also has an elected board. The association serves to enforce the bylaws.

Living in a condominium community requires that each resident whether owner or tenant, abide by certain rules, regulations and procedures which have been adopted for the benefit and comfort of all.