We are honored that EYA neighborhoods have once again been voted Best Of in Bethesda Magazine's readers' poll. And in 2019, we're thrilled for Grosvenor Heights to be awarded the Readers' Pick for Best Luxury Townhome Community for the third time. Montgomery Row, The Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake and Park Potomac were also top vote getters in the category, with EYA neighborhoods voted top 4 out of 5 favorites in the area.
What do folks love about EYA neighborhoods? Our homeowners say it best.
“First time purchasing a new home. Overall experience with purchasing the home exceeded my expectations. We are enjoying the home and its conveniences in terms of maintenance, location, and school district..."
Edgardo & Family, Montgomery Row
EYA neighborhoods transform lifestyles. We build homes in walkable, close-in locations where residents can enjoy the best of city living with easy access to transportation, recreation, shopping and dining. Now more than ever, homeowners are seeking walkable communities that promote sustainable and convenient lifestyles. Today’s homebuyers want to ditch the commute and live within walking distance to urban amenities.
“We absolutely love it...To this day, we continue to be very impressed with the high quality of our EYA home and could not be happier! EYA is in a league of its own when it comes to quality homes and the home buyer experience!”
Margo F, Grosvenor Heights
EYA homes are designed for ease and comfort,featuring open and airy floorplans and conveniences such as garage parking and private elevators (per community). Gourmet kitchens are a home chef's dream and outdoor livingareas, including beautiful rooftop terraces, are the perfect place to unwind after a long day or entertain family and friends.
Life in an EYA home offersa low-maintenance, lock-and-go lifestyle where you can enjoy the best of modern townhome living. Which EYA neighborhood is right for you? Visit us ateya.comto find your perfect home.
The greater DC metro area has a vast array of incredible walking/biking trails. From the scenic Mount Vernon Trail winding along the Potomac River to the leafy Capital Crescent Trail connecting Georgetown to Bethesda, there are many popular trails that provide endless recreation for cyclists and pedestrians and vital paths for commuters who bike to work.
Now more than ever, we’re looking for more ways to get outside, stay active, and get some fresh air, without venturing too far from home. From sunrise to sunset, visitors are invited to explore the 528-acres of inviting woodland trails, sports fields, picnic shelters, playgrounds, and more at Cabin John Regional Park. Throughout all four seasons ice skating, tennis classes, camps, recreational sports and more are just a few of the activities held in this quiet oasis just steps from the lively shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities at Cabin John Village.
We are pleased to announce that our model homes at Tower Oaks are now open for private tours. The three newly furnished models, the Bailey, the Carter, and the Drake, are available to tour and open by appointment. Schedule your appointment to be among the first to visit these brand new model homes and learn more about this exciting new Rockville, MD neighborhood.
Roz Winegrad was fifth in line last November to purchase a townhome by EYA at Cabin John Village, even though the Potomac, Maryland, development was still just a fenced-in parking lot. The single mom, whose son leaves for college next fall, had been looking at several options to downsize from her large contemporary house in Bethesda. “I was looking for a way to not feel so isolated, and to be part of a community,” she says of the unit she chose that faces Cabin John Regional Park. At the same time, Winegrad will be able to take just a few short steps to the shops and restaurants of the newly updated Cabin John Village. “I think it’s going to be a premier shopping and dining destination without the craziness of downtown Bethesda or Pike & Rose,” she says. “I still want serenity, and I still want a home in an area where there aren’t millions of people every day.”