Home Listing: 3511 16th Street S.

With development along Columbia Pike and the growing popularity of Shirlington, the Douglas Park neighborhood is regarded as one of the premiere investments in Arlington real estate. Plus, it’s also being recognized as an ideal place to call home.

If you want a new house to call home in Douglas Park, look no further than 3511 16th Street S. This 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath home features two stories and a basement; an upper level master suite with walk-in closets and a soaking tub; a dream kitchen with a granite island and wine bridge; hardwood floors and new carpet; crown molding; a two-car detached garage; mature dogwood trees; and a stone patio and walkway.

You’ll love the convenience of being located next door to Shirlington and with easy access to Columbia Pike, Clarendon, the Pentagon and D.C., not to mention the W&OD trail, parks, dog parks and community garden.

This is one of the newer homes in Douglas Park, providing all the luxuries and conveniences you deserve. The open floor plan and outdoor space are perfect for enjoying family and friends. The gushing natural light and energy savings features will keep your utility bills low.

Your new home even includes a (maintenance free) white picket fence.

For more information or a private showing at your convenience, please contact Adam Gallegos at Arbour Realty. Adam can be reached at 703-627-1255 or via [email protected].

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