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Act Today to Own A Modern Elevator Townhome in Lansdowne Town Center
A roof terrace and outdoor kitchen at Towns of Lansdowne Square.
Towns of Lansdowne Square is a collection of 23 luxury urban townhomes featuring three- and four-bedroom multi-level floor plans, designed to blend modern luxury and convenience. The homes are located in the heart of the Lansdowne Town Center, just a short walk from Harris Teeter, nearby shops and restaurants, including a just opened Ford's Fish Shack.
Phase I of the homes have sold out and Phase II homes are selling quickly. Just two elevator townhomes with expansive, park-facing terraces and outdoor kitchens remain.
A living room at Towns of Lansdowne Square.
The two remaining homes feature hardwood flooring, refined fixtures and energy efficient windows throughout. The gourmet kitchens come complete with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and high-end finishes.
A bedroom at Towns of Lansdowne Square.
The master bedroom suites have an open layout which includes a walk-in closet and a large luxurious bathroom with glass enclosed shower. These new homes also include private roof terraces and secure garage parking.
A master bathroom at Towns of Lansdowne Square.
The townhomes at Lansdowne Square are available for immediate move-in, with prices starting in the mid $500s, however the sales gallery and model residence are open Saturday through Wednesday from 11am to 5pm at 19345 Diamond Lake Drive Leesburg, VA 20176 (map).
For more information about Towns of Lansdowne Square, visit LiveLansdowne.com or contact Will Richey at 703-763-2721 or via email at email@example.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/act_today_to_own_a_modern_elevator_townhome_in_lansdowne_town_center/12556.
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