Georgia Row at Walter Reed’s highly anticipated May grand opening brought a wave of more than 200 prospective buyers to the new development, which is now 50 percent sold out. With sales for the final phase kicking of this fall, Georgia Row is offering excellent incentives on homes for immediate delivery.
To tour a model home at Georgia Row, where prices start in the $300,000s, visit the Georgia Row sales office, open daily from 11am to 5pm, at 7217-B Georgia Ave NW (map); or contact McWilliams|Ballard Sales Manager Laina Lee by phone at 202.750.0057 or by email at email@example.com.
Developed by Craftmark Homes and Elm Street Development, Georgia Row combines the best of two housing styles: the multi-level feel of a townhome and the convenience of a condo. The homes are spacious, ranging from 700 square feet to more than 1,800 square feet, and have either one-, two- or three-bedroom floorplans. The multi-level designs—with the living room and kitchen on the main level, and bedrooms on either the upper or lower level, or a combination, depending on floor plan—provide residents with plenty of open space and privacy.
Georgia Row features both modern and transitional homes. All of the residences come standard with five-inch wide-plank hardwood flooring, LED lighting and nine-foot ceilings, and some include expansive rooftop terraces. On-site parking, located behind the community, is available for purchase.
Georgia Row at Walter Reed is ideally located across the street from the highly-anticipated Walter Reed redevelopment and only half a mile from the Takoma Metro Station. The homes will have direct access to sought-after restaurants, shops and entertainment venues.
For more information about Georgia Row at Walter Reed, visit the property online at Georgiarowdc.com; or contact McWilliams|Ballard Sales Manager Laina Lee by phone at 202.750.0057 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/walter-reeds-most-anticipated-development-is-50-percent-sold/14093
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