|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$1,595||600 Sq Ft||1A||May 15||View Model|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$1,595||0104||600 Sq Ft||1A||May 15||View Unit|
|2 Bedrooms 2 Beds 2 BRs||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$1,895 - 1,935||770 Sq Ft||2A||Not Available||View Model|
|2 Bedrooms 2 Beds 2 BRs||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$2,375||$500||952 Sq Ft||2C||Not Available||View Model|
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About Sumner Highlands Apartments
Welcome to Sumner Highlands located in Montgomery County in Bethesda, MD. We offer spacious one and two bedroom apartment homes for rent. Our community is close to restuarants, shopping, and Downtown Washington DC. We also have easy access to the Capital Beltway, Downtown Bethesda, and Northern Virginia along with Ride on Bus 23 and D5 Metro Bus service allows you to live the best of both worlds. Enjoy the amenities of urban living while escaping the hustle and bustle of downtown. Apartment homes feature hard wood floors, granite counter tops, stainless steel GE appliances, gas heating and cooking, individually controlled central heat and cooling, GE washers and dryers in each apartment and much more! CALL about our new lower rents and great move in specials! Also ask about our NO Security Deposit Program!!
Dogs and Cats Allowed: $45 fee for pets under 36 pounds. $55 fee for pets 36 pounds and over. Call for more information about deposit. Ask about our NO Pet Deposit Program!! *SOME BREED RESTRICTIONS APPLY* Please call for details.
- •$45 Fee
- •Built in 1953
- •125 Units/3 Stories
- 3 months, 6 months and 12 months
- •Laundry Facilities
- •Controlled Access
- •Maintenance on site
- •Property Manager on Site
- •Guest Apartment
- •Storage Space
- •High Speed Internet Access
- •Air Conditioning
- •Smoke Free
- •Cable Ready
- •Hardwood Floors
- •Tile Floors
- •Dining Room
- •Window Coverings
Office Hours At Sumner Highlands Apartments
Today's Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM
Amenities & Expenses
- Laundry Facilities
- Controlled Access
- Maintenance on site
- Property Manager on Site
- Guest Apartment
- Storage Space
- High Speed Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Smoke Free
- Cable Ready
- Hardwood Floors
- Tile Floors
- Dining Room
- Window Coverings
|Tuesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Wednesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Thursday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Friday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Saturday||10 AM to 5 PM|
Apartment Reviews at Sumner Highlands Apartments
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Been here for 2 years, hoping to go for 3. This is a great apartment complex. Middle to Upper class neighbors, a mix of senior Georgetown U students. Verizon Fios only which is fine with me. Pay gas/electronic through Pepco and Washington Gas (way better then the managed provider I've had at other apartment complex's). Management for the most part listens, takes care of the grounds, buildings and apartments. Nice new kitchen/laundry appliances in apartments. No bug or verman problems. Low crime. Right across the street from a grocery store and cvs, and across from the bike/jogging trails as well. No traffic, quick to the highway/parkway/highway/virginia/dc/downtown bethesda/metro/universities. Hoping to transfer to the new DIA campus across the street, just I can just walk to work. No thrills, decently run, affordable nice apartments in very nice area.
Quiet, Convenient, Great Location!
As a four-year resident of Sumner Highlands Apartments, I am happy with the attentive leasing and maintenance staff. The staff listens to your concerns and take prompt action to remedy all maintenance requests. During winter months, I really appreciate their snow removal from the sidewalks and parking lot. I was sold on the pet-friendly environment, in-unit washer/dryer, hardwood floors and the remodeled kitchen. My unit is small but it’s sunny and bright. I couldn’t ask for a better location. It’s a five minute walk to the Capital Crescent Trail and one mile from Sibley Hospital. There is easy access to downtown Bethesda, Washington, DC and Virginia. Oh, and the property is quiet, well maintained, and the neighborhood is safe and perfect for walking. There is a grocery store, CVS, restaurants and Starbucks across the street. Very convenient if we get snowed in. Sumner Highlands is committed to making an apartment feel like a home. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.
Enjoying the place, but noise is a real problem
I have been here for just over one year now. The apartment itself is nice, management is courteous and attentive, the place is well maintained, and the location is FANTASTIC. My neighbors have been mostly nice and friendly. These good things are all good enough to keep me here, but i do feel i should warn folks about the two problems i've had: the noise is a REAL problem. There seems to be no insulation between floors. I hear the dog above us every time it scurries anywhere (and it's a small dog), and every time it drops a toy it sounds like an entire dresser just got picked up and dropped onto the floor. I've had some startled awakenings because of the noise from neighbors. Other bad thing are the roaches during the winter. I am obsessively clean and organized, and had them come in to treat my place several times throughout this past winter, but the roaches never went away until it warmed up outside. Whatever treatment they used never worked. I took to sealing my drains every night before bed, since they mostly seemed to come up through them. Management was responsive through the whole ordeal, but there was no real solution. Regardless, this is the best price in this area for this quality, so i plan to stay if nothing else changes.
Perfect little apartment..... except the noise
I have been living in my apartment for just over 5 months now. My apartment is in a building that sits along Sangamore Rd itself. I love the staff, both in the office and the maintenance guys. They always smile and greet me when they see me. They are prompt to address issues. They were very accommodating with my move-in. They are proactive in keeping the outsides of the windows clean, the common areas clean, the HVAC filters checked, the high-tech smoke alarm systems checked, pest control up to date, etc. They've been upgrading and renovating things, which is adding value to the community. The location canNOT be beat! You are walking distance to Starbucks, Safeway, CVS, and everything else you could possibly need AND the Capital Crescent trail, which you can jog or bike to get to Georgetown or downtown Bethesda. The apartment is small, but i happen to love that about it. Less to clean, cozier, can keep an eye and ear on my kid easier. Now for what is not great. The freakin' noise has had me at my wit's end several times now. I am a heavy sleeper, but have taken to sleeping with earplugs at night and keeping the TV on during the day to drown out everyone else's conversations, foot steps, building doors closing, etc. It was a very tough adjustment to the noise situation, but i have my solutions now, and they are working. So i dont see myself moving out any time soon because of it. The location, management, etc, are just too good. The other bad thing is that my hardwood floors are warped and not totally flat in certain spots, as are some of my walls. So i've had problems hanging pictures on some walls, while the floor thing is a bit bizarre but hasnt created any problems.
A great place to live in Bethesda!
As I leave after six years, I would like to share my appreciation of Michelle Reed and the Sumner Management office for the work they put in to make residents comfortable. Granted that there can never be unanimous acceptance of all decisions made, the management has always been open to feedback from residents. Personally, I have been very impressed by the snow removal during our recent snowstorms and the promptness with which maintenance requests are met. I will certainly miss this location, the convenience of living across the street from Sumner shopping Place and at a short drive from Sibley Hospital. This is a great place to call home.
Management has been in flux
The apartments themselves are ideally located and generally in good condition with new appliances and hardwood floors. Rent is reasonable to high for the size of the apartments but the grounds are maintained very well. The main issues tenants have had with Sumner recently are due to high turnover in the management office. In the past year and a half there have been at least 4 property managers for the community. This high turnover caused many policies and procedures for the community to change rapidly with little communication or input. Examples: A neighbor of mine used to get free nights in the model unit above him for when family visited but one of the managers decided Sumner wouldn't do this anymore and he was never compensated for the nights they took away. A different manager decided that the bike racks in the community should be removed and gave the residents less than a month notice that they were being removed; this ex-manager also ignored a petition from a few tenants to keep the racks. The current management team seems to be much more organized and prepared and have spent the last few months cleaning up the mess of past-managers. For example, another neighbor finished his initial year lease but was never contacted to renew, or told he'd be on a month-to-month lease. He simply kept paying the same rate every month and no one seemed to know anything about it in the office. Another neighbor just had his security deposit processed 9 months after he moved in. If the new property managers can get these apartments back in order, this community will return to being a great place to live.
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Time and Distance from Sumner Highlands Apartments
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
|28 min||14.0 mi|
Washington Dulles International Airport
|51 min||28.0 mi|
Baltimore-Washington International Airport
|49 min||42.9 mi|
Neighborhood - Brookmont/Glen Echo
The affluent communities Brookmont and Glen Echo lie alongside the Potomac River. These small, tight-knit communities draw sports enthusiasts due to their prime location to parks, trails and water. Most homes in Brookmont and Glen Echo have small yards for children to play in and wonderful public schools, drawing many young families to the neighborhood.
Less than 10 miles separate these communities from Washington, D.C. Busier suburbs nearby include Arlington, which lies just across the river, and Bethesda, which lies north of these communities.
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