Software company IT consultant buys Bethesda 3BD

Medium 936ddb651436db9469f4a02f5edb061d Jeremy D. Hulick bought a three-bedroom, 2.5-bath condo at 5205 King Charles Way in Bethesda to Ronald W. Griffith for $497,000 Oct. 20.

The 1,620-square-foot Unit #2-18 is part of the Grosvenor Mews development, which was built in 1983 in the Bethesda North of Wilson Lane neighborhood.

Hulick is an IT consultant at Netspective, a computer software development company in Washington.

He attended the University of Maryland.

According to, there have been 769 home sales in Bethesda during the past 12 months, with a median sales price of $719,000.

Address: 5205 King Charles Way, Unit: 2 18
Buyer(s): Jeremy D Hulick
Seller(s): Ronald W Griffith
Sale date: Oct. 20, 2009