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Sponsored: Shirlington Crest Reduces Prices by $60K
Shirlington Crest — Arlington’s stylish townhouse community — has reduced prices by up to $60,000 on new homes that start in the low $500Ks.
While reminiscent of DC’s iconic row houses, with brick exteriors and classic stonework, Shirlington Crest townhouses are designed with a modern sensibility that means open floor plans, high ceilings, spacious master suites, luxurious bathrooms and two-car garages. Whether you’re interested in a two-, three- or four-bedroom home, all Shirlington Crest townhouses feature energy efficient appliances and upgrades like granite countertops, gourmet appliances and hardwood floors. Buyers are able to select colors and features that are in line with their own design style.
Shirlington Crest is located in Arlington’s bustling arts and entertainment district close to the Village at Shirlington, known for its award-winning restaurants, boutique shopping, theaters and a state-of-the-art library. Townhouses at Shirlington Crest are designed with stylish outdoor spaces and professionally landscaped green spaces but are a stone’s throw from the 45-mile Washington & Old Dominion Trail, Bancroft Park and 4 Mile Run Park. Shirlington is located just across the Potomac River from Washington, DC, and is close to a handful of Northern Virginia’s most desirable neighborhoods, including Clarendon, Ballston, Rosslyn, and Old Town Alexandria. From Shirlington Crest, the heart of DC can be reached by I-395, just one mile from the community, or by Metro at the Pentagon City stop, located just over three miles away.
For more information about Shirlington Crest community, visit the website, call the neighborhood sales manager at 703-920-1203, or visit the model at 2618 South Kenmore Court, Arlington, VA 22206 (map).
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sponsored_shirlington_crest_reduces_prices_by_60k/4340.
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