Hailed as one of NVHomes’ newest and most innovative communities, Metro Row introduces an “evolution in urban living.” Located just steps from the Vienna Metro, in a rapidly growing part of Fairfax, Virginia, this recently unveiled enclave of luxury townhomes commands a closer look at what many consider to be a dramatically different – and highly attractive – new way to live.
At Metro Row, homebuyers can enjoy the energy, connectedness and possibility of an urban-inspired lifestyle while appreciating the peace of mind that comes with owning an upscale home from a quality homebuilder. With every detail taken into account, the property seamlessly orchestrates a graceful balance between city living and suburban charm.
Proximity is key
We’ve all heard the old real estate adage, “location, location, location.” Perhaps nowhere does this come more into play than at Metro Row. Walk across the street to pick up a coffee at Starbucks, mail a package and shop for groceries. Or take a few steps past the neighborhood’s stately stone entrance to catch the train at the Vienna Metro for direct access to DC, Clarendon, Rosslyn, Ballston and Reagan National Airport. Hop onto one of the major roads nearby or take an Uber to one of countless destinations in the immediate area.
Wherever you are headed, Metro Row puts the entire Washington DC region at your fingertips. Consider these facts: downtown DC is just 20 minutes away, Dulles Airport is fifteen. The eclectic dining, shopping, entertainment and fitness options of the thriving Mosaic District are just a mile and a half down the road, while Tysons Corner, Old Town Fairfax and the future development at Fairfax Circle are only a few miles away. Drivers will be thrilled to discover Metro Row is just one exit off the Beltway, seconds from to I-66 and just off Route 29.
A rendering of a roof terrace Metro Row
Unique homes for the most discriminating buyers
But the community’s commitment to cultivating evolved living doesn’t stop at its phenomenal location. Inspired by the artistic, clean lines of today’s favored urban destinations, Metro Row features elegant, cutting-edge designs from the outside in. Modern brick façades lead to expansive floorplans with a minimum of 2,800 square feet that accommodate up to four bedrooms, three and-a-half bathrooms and a 1- or 2-car garage. NVHomes’ trademark quality and craftsmanship prevail over every aspect of these stunning townhomes.
Upon closer inspection, you’ll discover unique layouts that intelligently utilize space and add dramatic flair, whether in the sweeping, light-filled living space, the NVHomes signature kitchen with a five-burner cooktop, double oven, stainless steel appliances and dramatic 12-foot granite islands, or smaller details like copper windows and luxe decorative accents. The effect is truly striking. However, be prepared for the rooftop terrace – it just may steal the show. This captivating space literally elevates outdoor living to a whole new level, offering a fabulous place to entertain, unwind or take in the bird’s eye views. It’s just one more way in which this exclusive collection of city homes brings together functional sophistication and luxurious comfort.
More than a home… a lifestyle
Metro Row brings together thoughtful details that make life simpler, easier and better. The community’s low-maintenance lifestyle frees up more time to do what you love and makes it possible to “lock and go” should you wish to take off to visit family or travel extensively. Its immediate access to the area’s vitality and energy promotes everyday living that is infused with possibility. Certainly, no detail has been overlooked. The cumulative effect is a beautifully designed neighborhood that lives up to its vision: it truly does inspire evolved urban living. For anyone considering a close-in and connected lifestyle, Metro Row should be at the top of your “must see” list.
Home prices start in the upper $800s. For more information, visit www.MetroRowNV.com or call 202.695.3131.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/metro_r0w_close_in_and_connected_at_the_vienna_metro/11176
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