Perched above National Harbor in Maryland, Integrity Homes is now selling 80 masterfully built brownstones in the newest phase of Potomac Overlook. The new homes boast sweeping views of the Potomac River and Washington, DC, and are just 1.5 blocks from all of the shops and restaurants at National Harbor.
The new phase of Potomac Overlook offers spacious, open floorplans exceeding 2,500 square feet, with loft-style main levels that are open and airy from front to back. Though many homes are available for immediate move-in, buyers can also purchase fully customizable floorplans.
A kitchen at Potomac Overlook.
All homes come standard with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms but can be customized for up to four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. Buyers can also work with on-site interior designers to fully customize finishes including flooring, cabinetry, lighting, carpeting, appliances, countertops and bathroom tiling. All of the homes feature terraces with views of the harbor, Potomac River and even the Washington Monument and Capitol Building. All of the homes also come with a two-car garage.
A living room at Potomac Overlook.
The National Harbor riverfront covers a network of walking, jogging, biking paths and trails and is home to a marina, two public piers and dozens of shops restaurants. Potomac Overlook is minutes from Alexandria, VA and convenient to Washington, DC and Joint Base Andrews.
Views from a terrace at Potomac Overlook.
In addition to all of the amenities available at neighboring National Harbor, Potomac Overlook has three acres of green park space dotted with benches.
A Potomac Overlook model home will open tomorrow, December 1st, and is open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm at 500 Rampart Way, National Harbor, MD (map). Homes are priced from $629,990 and no appointment is necessary to tour the model home.
For more information, visit the property online here or contact sales representative Ben Flury at 202-570-6003.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/now_selling_unique_brownstones_just_1.5_blocks_from_national_harbor/13274.
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