BeaconCrest Homes, one of the DC metro area’s most highly acclaimed luxury custom home builders, is creating an exclusive new townhome development in an incredible North Arlington location.
Veitch Place will include seven townhome residences, each with four luxurious levels and over 2,550 square feet of space. Delivered with the finest finishes and with the same quality as the hundreds of other homes built by BeaconCrest Homes in the area, Veitch Place will also offer the ultimate amenity: convenience.
Veitch Place is surrounded by charming streets in Arlington’s Lyon Village, and is just a quarter mile to Courthouse Metro Station (or a quick six-minute walk). Enjoy cobblestone adventures, high-end dining and popular retail less than ten minutes away in Georgetown. Discover easy commutes and better day-to-day living with easy access to downtown Washington and all that Arlington has to offer.
Embrace townhome living without sacrificing space or comfort. From distinct architectural details to open and bright interiors, the homes at Veitch Place offer luxurious living. These one-of-a-kind homes boast open design floor plans, gourmet kitchens, home offices, richly appointed baths, rooftop terraces, and two-car garages as some of the many features that make Veitch Place Arlington’s hottest new address.
Construction is underway with sales opening soon. Pricing is anticipated to start in the low $1.3 millions.
Join the VIP list to discover the floor plans at Veitch Place and to be eligible for exclusive pre-market sales opportunities. With only 7 townhomes available, opportunities to buy at Veitch Place are limited and will sell out quickly. For more information, please visit the property online here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-first-look-at-veitch-place-brand-new-luxury-townhomes-in-arlington/18347.
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