Only 9 Townhomes Remain at Old Town Alexandria's Newest Community
This summer, Slade Townhomes will deliver the final two phases of its 18 contemporary three-bedroom and three-and-a-half bath homes to the heart of Old Town Alexandria. However, the development is already 50 percent sold out, leaving just nine customizable homes for buyers who want to live in a new luxurious townhome just blocks from the Old Town riverfront.
Slade is situated at an ideal Alexandria location—across from Starbucks, within steps of King Street and close to Pentagon City—but the townhomes sit in a remarkably private and quaint community.
The modern brick exteriors of the new homes give way to 2,500 to nearly 3,000 square feet of open living space, spread over four levels. Each home is finished with exceptional detail including wide-plank sand in place hardwood flooring with customizable stain on all levels, Calacatta quartz countertops, Bosch or Thermador stainless steel appliances, Waterworks & Taymor bath fixtures and Elfa closet systems. Master bedrooms boast walk-in closets and master baths with a separate water closet, rain showers and double vanities. Each of the townhomes at Slade also include private roof decks with gas grilling connections and available wet bars in the 4th floor loft level.
Slade Townhomes are located at the corner of N. Henry and Pendleton streets (map), and moments from Old Town Alexandria’s more than 200 restaurants and boutiques on King Street. Slade is also steps from the Braddock Street Metro station on the Yellow and Blue Lines and just a 20-minute drive from downtown DC.
For pricing, tours or to view a Slade Townhome floorplan, contact McWilliams|Ballard Sales Director Christa Hodge at 703.991.5395 or email@example.com. You can also visit the property online here.
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