Brookland Grove checks so many boxes for homebuyers that it is redefining value in Washington, DC.
Brookland Grove consists of three- and four-level design-forward townhomes which are available with rooftop terraces and approximately 2,100 square feet of living space, surrounded by two acres of green space. The community is just blocks from the shops, restaurants and galleries of Brookland, as well as the Brookland/CUA Metro station. And everything is infused with Brookland’s undeniable neighborhood spirit and creative vibe. Remarkably, Brookland Grove’s townhomes start from the low $900s and begin delivering late this year.
Award-winning homebuilder Tri Pointe Homes incorporated exceptionally thoughtful details—from a charming variety of brick-front exteriors to painstakingly preserving the locale’s mature trees—that help cohesively blend Brookland Grove with the surrounding neighborhood.
Brookland Grove includes two unique floorplans of elevated, sophisticated homes: the Whitlow and the Edgewood, which each measure around 2,100 square feet. Both models include three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, with the option to add a fourth bedroom and a third bathroom. The Whitlow includes a two-car garage, while the Edgewood has a single-car garage.
Many of the homes will be highly customizable through Tri Pointe’s Design Studio. Integrated smart tech solutions are a part of every home at Brookland Grove. With opportunities for additional levels with private rooftop terraces, buyers can put their personal touch on every floor and feature of these new homes.
"We are thrilled to bring our newest townhome designs to the Brookland neighborhood,” said Brad Blank, president of Tri Pointe Homes DC Metro Division. “Our commitment to enhancing the surrounding area will be evident as you see Brookland Grove come to life.”
With green spaces and parks, not only is the Brookland Grove community a respite from the hustle and bustle of downtown, it is also part of a highly walkable, well-established DC neighborhood. Monroe Street Market with its pedestrian-only Arts Walk, as well as restaurants and bars including Primrose, Menomale, Busboys & Poets, Brookland’s Finest and Right Proper Brewing Company are only a short walk away.
The development is also located just a few blocks from the Brookland-CUA Metro station; close to the historic Franciscan Monastery gardens, and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception; and convenient to the Metropolitan Branch Trail—an 8-mile paved trail which connects Silver Spring, MD to Union Station in DC.
Townhomes at Brookland Grove are now selling from the low $900s. Two professionally designed model homes are currently under construction and will be available for tours in the fall. For more information about Brookland Grove, visit the community online here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/dcs-newest-community-of-townhomes-is-now-open-for-sales-in-brookalnd/19777.
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