A unit at Perry Hall.
In real estate, too-good-to-be-true moments are everywhere. But sometimes an incredible deal hits the market to legitimately blow away the competition. Opened this year in Arlington, Perry Hall Condos is doing just that with 1,000-square foot, three-bedroom condos starting at $285,900.
Only five units remain at Perry Hall Condos, and to make a sweet deal even sweeter, parking is included and condo sales and marketing firm McWilliams|Ballard is offering one year paid condo fees ($319 per month) on the remaining homes, four of which are on Perry Hall’s top floor.
Perry Hall is a boutique, 12-unit development located just across the Potomac River, close to the Pentagon City Metro station and the intersection of Walter Reed and Glebe Roads (map). Columbia Pike, I-395, and local Arlington public transit stations are all nearby, making the condos an ideal option for DC professionals looking to buy in a prime location with a convenient commute.
There are four condos on each level of Perry Hall Condos, one at each corner of the building, which means every unit has windows facing in two directions. All of the floorplans are spacious and laid out in an open format. The eat-in kitchens feature wood cabinetry, and baths have rain-forest shower heads. The property was also built in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity and tailored for high-energy efficiency. Perry Hall’s water systems are eco-efficient, appliances are Energy Star (including in-home washer/dryers), and all of the building materials are EarthCraft-certified.
Perry Hall is currently showing one model unit, which can be seen by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, contact sales manager Roger Cornell by phone (202-360-0033) or by email@example.com. For more information about the property, visit the Perry Hall Condos website here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sponsored_arlingtons_best_deal_5_condos_left_at_perry_hall/6197
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