An external rendering of Georgia Row.
This spring, the first three phases of the highly-anticipated Georgia Row at Walter Reed, developed by Craftmark Homes and Elm Street Development, will be complete. Sales for these phases are already underway by McWilliams|Ballard.
Georgia Row combines the best of two housing styles: the multi-level feel of a townhome and the convenience of a condo. The homes are spacious, ranging from 700 square feet to more than 1,800 square feet, and have either one-, two- or three-bedroom floorplans. The multi-level designs—with the living room and kitchen on the main level, and bedrooms on either the upper or lower level, or a combination, depending on floor plan—provide residents with plenty of open space and privacy.
A rendering of the living room space at Georgia Row.
With two distinct style packages available--modern or transitional--buyers will be able to choose a range of finishes from hardwood flooring and countertops to kitchen hardware, cabinet style designs and much more. All of the residences come standard with five-inch wide-plank hardwood flooring, LED lighting and nine-foot ceilings. Among the sixty townhouse-style condominiums that will be move-in ready are 21 homes with expansive rooftop terraces.
Pricing starts in the upper $300s and on-site parking, located behind the community, is available for purchase.
A rendering of the kitchen at Georgia Row.
Georgia Row at Walter Reed is ideally located across the street from the forthcoming Walter Reed redevelopment and only half a mile from the Takoma Metro Station. The homes will have direct access to sought-after restaurants, shops and entertainment venues.
The launch of Georgia Row’s model homes will coincide with the completion of phases one, two and three. Phase four of the development will debut in summer 2018.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/georgia_row_at_walter_reed_delivers_this_spring/13616
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