Homes at Greenbelt Station.
Located close to some of the best transportation avenues in the DC Metro area, Greenbelt Station boasts a community shuttle to the nearby MARC Train and Metro stations, easy highway access and proximity to local shopping, dining and more. Here, you can also enjoy abundant hiking and biking trails, and a two-acre park in the center of the community.
Nestled within this urban, connected neighborhood sits NVHomes’ Andrew Carnegie model. This home provides an upscale combination of convenience and luxury, offering all the amenities of a single-family home in a townhome design.
Upstairs, the Andrew Carnegie presents three large bedrooms, a hall bath, laundry room and linen closet. The owner’s bedroom is a personal retreat, featuring a bank of windows, optional tray ceiling and en-suite bath. This home’s main level features a beautiful kitchen with 12-foot granite-top island, an enormous great room and spacious dining room, large enough to easily host eight. On the lower level are a finished recreation room, optional bath and foyer.
Now is the time to visit the Andrew Carnegie model at Greenbelt Station, as only two wooded homesites remain! The community is just off Route 193 in Greenbelt, Maryland and is less than a five-minute drive from the Capital Beltway and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway. Don’t miss your opportunity to own a lavish, spacious townhome in an incredibly convenient Prince George’s County location!
For more information on the NV homes at Greenbelt Station, please call 301.982.6725 or visit NVHomes.com/GreenbeltSt. Brokers warmly welcomed. GPS Address: 5550 Greenbelt Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/only_2_wooded_homesites_remain_from_nvhomes_at_greenbelt_station/10822
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