Greenbelt, MD, now offers a brand-new condominium and townhome community from NVHomes and Ryan Homes, two of the nation’s top homebuilders. Greenbelt Station is an exciting collection of homes in Prince George’s County.
At Greenbelt Station you can settle in, without settling down. Within walking distance to the Greenbelt Metro Station and convenient to the MARC Train, Greenbelt Station helps you stay connected in a neighborhood that is low-maintenance, high reward. In the midst of a tree-lined community, you can walk to the Metro or train, and with the ICC and I-95 so close, commuting has never been so easy. Walk, drive and Metro to your destination.
A living room at Greenbelt Station
Condominiums and 3-level townhomes at Greenbelt Station will give you up to 4 expansive bedrooms and up to 3 baths and are priced from the low $300s. With floorplans starting at 1,600 sq. ft. of living space you can choose from a variety of homes. Choose from a variety of floorplans to find the one that best suits your tastes. Whether you choose the Matisse or Picasso condominium or the Strauss townhome, you’ll find consistent quality and exceptional customer commitment from Ryan Homes. With a reputation for luxury and quality craftsmanship, the Andrew Carnegie is an exquisite townhome collection by NVHomes, priced from the low $400s that brings city living home.
A kitchen at Greenbelt Station
Greenbelt Station is the place to be when it comes to owning a home while still staying in the center of everything.
For more information and to visit Greenbelt Station, check out the website. Brokers warmly welcomed.
Pursuant to Maryland Code Section 10-710 of the Real Property Article, for any community in Prince George’s County in which certain community amenities are to be built, a disclosure will be provided to each homebuyer listing the community amenities to be constructed in the community and the completion date for each amenity. The homebuyer will have a period of 5 days to review the disclosure in which to rescind the Purchase Agreement. Prices, offers and availability subject to change without notice. See a Sales and Marketing Representative for details. MHBR No. 56
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