Trafalgar Flats, 78 brand new condominiums now under construction in Arlington, is quickly gaining interest from potential homebuyers drawn to its combination of a prime location and competitive pricing.
Trafalgar Flats' exterior features a mix of contemporary materials, while the homes themselves include quartz countertops, cabinetry with soft-close doors, stainless steel appliances and expansive windows allowing natural light to flood each home. Future homeowners will be able to enjoy a host of amenities such as an outdoor plaza with lounge seating and fire pit, bike storage and an expansive clubroom and fitness center. Additionally, over 8,000 square feet of ground floor retail will be filled with retailers aimed at making life at Trafalgar Flats as easy as possible.
Trafalgar Flats is located at the intersection of Columbia Pike and South Buchanan Street (map), just one block from Four Mile Run Park; two blocks from the future Columbia Pike Retail Center, anchored by Harris Teeter; and 1.5 miles from Penrose Square.
Trafalgar Flats' outdoor plaza.
Every home at Trafalgar Flats comes with a secure underground parking space, while several types of public transportation can be found nearby: a stop for the Columbia Pike bus line is located across the street and the Ballston Metro Station is about two miles away. Trafalgar Flats is an 8-minute drive from the Pentagon and 4 miles from DC.
Sales of Trafalgar Flats are being managed by McWilliams|Ballard and will begin in early September with homes from the mid $200,000s to the low $500,000s. More information on the property can be found at the Trafalgar Flats website here. Click “inquire” at the top right of the homepage to receive sales updates and information about future model home tours.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/trafalgar_flats_brand_new_arlington_condos_starting_in_the_mid_200s/12645.
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