A living room at The Avery.
City dwellers are familiar with compromise — giving up outdoor space for neighborhood, or unit size for interior design. But just outside of DC in central Arlington, a boutique-sized condominium has opened to boast all four qualities, as well as a host of sophisticated finishes.
The Avery offers 67 spacious one- and two-bedroom (1,750-square-foot) condos priced between $400K and $900K. The vast majority of the units feature private outdoor space like patios, rooftop terraces or balconies. All feature wide-plank floors, light-filled master bedrooms, large walk-in closets and chef-inspired kitchens with GE® stainless steel ENERGY STAR® appliances and Kashmir white granite countertops.
A kitchen at The Avery.
Building amenities include both a resident courtyard and rooftop, underground parking (with an electric car charging station), inside bike storage and fitness center. Private storage units are also available.
The courtyard at The Avery.
The Avery is centrally located in the heart of Arlington at 1200 North Rolfe Street (map), putting residents close to both bustling neighborhoods — Georgetown, Courthouse, Clarendon, Rosslyn, downtown DC — and natural oases like wooded trails along the Potomac River.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_avery_boutique_condos_in_arlington_courthouse_from_the_400s/7349.
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