Carlin Place -- a selection of spacious luxury townhomes -- is now selling just off of Columbia Pike, representing a rare opportunity to buy a brand-new home in the heart of Arlington.
With nine three-, four- and five-bedroom homes available for immediate move-in, and additional homes delivering this winter, Carlin Place is leading the Columbia Pike real estate renaissance. Pricing for the homes starts at $964,990, and a model home is available for touring by appointment. For more information, visit the Carlin Place website here or call 703-496-3774.
Carlin Place homes are architectural standouts, with stately brick exteriors and timeless features like bay windows, precast concrete accents around the entryway and windows, and (in some cases) painted exteriors. Each of the residences includes two outdoor living spaces—a roof terrace and a covered porch off the main level—as well as two-car garage parking. The homes’ designers also went above and beyond to create enhanced landscaped community green space that features native pollinators.
The interiors are contemporary with finishes including wide plank flooring, pendant lighting, stainless steel appliances and farmhouse sinks in kitchens. For homes that will deliver later this year, buyers have the option to customize a number of features, including some aspects of the floorplan: depending on the number of bedrooms, a buyer could choose to add a private study, an open loft or a rec room.
Carlin Place is ideally located just off of Columbia Pike, Arlington’s main artery, which offers the areas best shops, restaurants and entertainment. The development is also just a half mile walk to Glencarlyn Dog Park, the Four Mile Run trail network and Tyrol Hill Park, where residents will find picnic tables, a basketball court and a futsal court.
Additional local amenities and attractions include a Trader Joe’s, Ballston Quarter, Pentagon City, Amazon HQ2 at National Gateway and Ronald Regan Washington National Airport.
Model home tours are available by appointment on Friday through Tuesday. Prospective buyers can also take advantage of closing cost incentives by working with NVR Mortgage to lock in lower interest rates.
For more information, visit Carlin Place online here or call 703-496-3774.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/brand_new_townhomes_in_the_heart_of_arlington_are_now_selling/21369.
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