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New, Move-In Ready Townhomes at EYA’s Northeast DC Neighborhoods
EYA’s newest Northeast DC neighborhoods, The Townhomes at Michigan Park and Riggs Park Place, are now selling their final homes. Enjoy the convenience of a brand new, move-in ready townhome just moments to shops, restaurants, Metro and all your favorite DC destinations.
Three move-in ready homes are available at The Townhomes at Michigan Park, featuring three bedrooms, an open main living level, contemporary finishes, two-car garage parking, a beautiful rooftop terrace and much more. The community is ideally located in an established neighborhood and offers outdoor amenities including a children's playground, landscaped green space and pocket parks for neighbors to walk their dogs or meet up with friends. Prices start from $799,754.
Four move-in ready homes are available at Riggs Park Place, featuring three to four bedrooms, an open main level with wide-plank flooring and contemporary kitchen, private garage parking and a loft level with rooftop terrace. Situated in the Fort Totten neighborhood and moments to the Red, Yellow, and Green Line trains, the community is located near shops and restaurants and provides easy access to DC destinations and beyond. Prices start from $749,180.
These new EYA townhomes offer urban living at its best with modern design and low-maintenance new home construction, surrounded by retail, recreation, transit and neighborhood amenities. To learn more and schedule your private tour, contact Tara Rosenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 240-743-7380. Home tours are available daily by appointment; or visit during Open House hours on Saturday & Sunday from 12pm to 4pm.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/move-in_ready_townhomes_at_eyas_northeast_dc_neighborhoods/20803.
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