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Live Where You Work and Play at Pike 3400 in Arlington
Stunning model home now open – visit today!
NVHomes, one of the nation’s largest homebuilders, invites you to check out exciting urban designs with high-end appointments at Pike 3400. New 4-level townhomes feature generous outdoor living space in a central Arlington location, and are priced from the mid $700s. Summer deliveries and quick move-ins are now available!
Find your new home where luxury and location meet. Construction is already well under way and these homes are selling fast – don’t miss out on your opportunity to own a new NV townhome in Arlington! Homeowners will enjoy up to 4 bedrooms, up to 4½ baths and up to 2,416 square feet of living space. The Quincy floorplan is NVHomes’ best urban design yet, offering 2-car garages, GE® stainless steel appliances and gas cooking, plus a rear deck and rooftop terrace with outdoor courtyard.
At Pike 3400, it’s never been easier to live where you work and play. Forget long, painful commutes and miles of highway passing you by. The community is just minutes to I-66, I-395 and the Capital Beltway, giving you a trifecta for easy commuter access. With a Walk score of 84, Pike 3400 puts you within a short walking distance to daily conveniences like CVS, Suntrust, Giant, Whole Foods and BB&T, as well as fantastic establishments such as Bob and Edith’s Diner, Ledo Pizza, Bangkok 54, RedRocks, Lost Dog Café, Taqueria Poblano and William Jeffrey’s Tavern. Entertainment and recreation opportunities such as the Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse, XSport Fitness, World Gym, Saturday movies at Penrose Square, Capital Bike Share, the local farmer’s market, JOURNEYoga and more give you all the more reason to relax and unwind within minutes of your new home.
All NV homes at Pike 3400 are built to exceed industry standards for energy efficiency, saving you up to 30% on utility costs.* All NV homes also carry 10-year structural warranties, and are independently verified for quality by a third-party provider.
To visit the community, take Route 66 to Exit 71 toward VA-120/Glebe Road VA-237. Turn right onto N. Glebe Road and continue for 2 miles. Arrive at the intersection of Columbia Pike and Glebe Road. The community is located on the corner. For further information about NVHomes at Pike 3400, call 571.512.1070 or visit NVHomesUT.com.
*According to the EPA, energy efficient homes are typically up to 30% more efficient than standard new homes. Prices, offers and availability subject to change without notice. See a Sales and Marketing Representative for details.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/live_where_you_work_and_play_at_pike_3400_in_arlington/9894.
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