A home at Asheford Court.
If you didn’t think it was possible to own a new single-family home in Washington, DC, with your own backyard and a 2-car garage, think again. Now is your chance to become a part of DC’s revitalization, at Asheford Court.
Choose from 4 available home styles offering up to 4,060 square feet of living space. With the latest features, styles and selections, you’ll be able to personalize your new home for the way you want to live. Show off your gourmet kitchen and enjoy open floorplan designs with up to 5 bedrooms, and more. All Ryan homes at Asheford Court feature BuiltSmart construction, saving you up to 30% on energy costs each month, so you can live comfortably with lower monthly utility bills.*
A dining room and kitchen at Asheford Court.
With homes priced at $245 per square foot, this opportunity won’t be around for long! Nestled between two local metro stations and not far from Interstates 295, 495, and 395, Asheford Court is a commuter’s dream. This intimate community is also close to St. Elizabeth’s Campus, which was recently announced to be the new home of the Washington Mystics and new practice facility for the Washington Wizards. With an expected investment of $56 million, there is already buzz about what other businesses will join the area.
A bedroom at Asheford Court.
With 12 homes already sold and a limited number of homesites remaining, the time to act is now! Don’t miss your opportunity to own a new Ryan home in DC’s newest single-family home community. Stop by our decorated model to see for yourself what everyone is talking about.
Please call 202.563.0360 or click here for details. Brokers warmly welcomed. GPS Address: 1506 Mississippi Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20032
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a_rare_opportunity_for_single-family_homebuyers_in_the_district/10590.
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