A rendering of Carver Place.
The unique and innovative townhomes and townhome-style condominiums of Carver Place make a resounding statement in Arlington. To bring the charms and attractions of the entire metropolitan area right outside your door, Craftmark Homes has chosen the perfect location on South Rolfe Street just west of Washington, DC.
More than 18 homes have already sold and on Thursday, June 16th, the property celebrates its grand opening with a happy hour for prospective buyers at Arlington's William Jeffrey's Tavern between 5:00 and 7:00pm (no RSVP necessary).
Carver Place is within a two-mile radius of the Pentagon City and Clarendon Metro stations and convenient to I-395. Whether you're walking, biking or driving, all the shopping, dining, entertainment and more that the nation’s capital area has to offer is just minutes away when you choose to call Carver Place “home.”
North, east, south or west — every direction offers something new to enjoy. Within a couple of miles north and east of Carver Place, you’ll find destinations like Pentagon City, Crystal City, Virginia Highlands Park and Arlington National Cemetery. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is just 10 minutes away. Or cross the nearby Potomac River to enjoy all the charms, entertainment and cultural attractions of Washington, DC. Ready for a more casual outing close to home? Head southwest along Columbia Pike for Capital Bikeshare and Zipcar services, eateries and conveniences, or just take in dinner and a movie at the esteemed 1930s-style Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse.
A rendering of a rooftop terrace at Carver Place.
Carver Place offers much more than just the perfect location. These gorgeous homes offer three to four-bedrooms, up to three full and two half baths, and one- or two-car garages. Exquisite features are available, such as lofts, rooftop terraces, huge walk-in closets and dressing areas. Expect signature highlights such as open living areas, smart space usage, energy efficient designs and luxurious touches like contemporary lighting and distinctive molding.
For additional information visit the Carver Place website or call our Sales Consultants at (703) 596-3353.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_week_grand_opening_for_artlingtons_carver_place_townhome_community/11295.
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