One of NVHomes’ most innovative communities, Metro Row, is now selling! Just steps from the Vienna Metro, in a rapidly growing part of Fairfax, Virginia, this recently unveiled enclave of exceptional townhomes commands a closer look at what many consider to be a dramatically different—and highly attractive—new way to live.
Location, location, location. Wherever you are headed, Metro Row puts the entire Washington DC region at your fingertips. Consider these facts: On the orange line, downtown DC is just 20 minutes away. 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 I-66 and just off Route 29.
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.
A rendering of a roof terrace Metro Row
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. Home prices start in the mid $800s.
For more information, visit www.MetroRowNV.com or call 571-748-9528.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/metro_row_now_selling_at_the_vienna_metro/11326
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