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Listing of the Day: 2720 S. Arlington Mill Drive, Unit 616

2720 S. Arlington Mill Drive, Unit 616
Shirlington Village Condominium
Listed: $589,900
Open house: Sunday, April 17 from 1-4 p.m.

Come home to the only condo building located in the heart of vibrant Shirlington Village.

This 1,300+ square foot Arlington condo overlooks Four Mile Run, the W&OD Trail, and Jennie Dean Park. An open and rarely available floor plan, this unit features two bedrooms, two full baths and a den with full-sized washer and dryer. A wall of windows greets you as you enter the bright and wide living space.

The original owners have kept this home in model-like condition. The kitchen boasts 42″ cabinets, granite counters, a new refrigerator and a (rarely-used) dishwasher. Bathroom tiles have been upgraded and there is hardwood throughout all the living areas. Included with the condo is one full-size garage parking space that is elevator-accessible. Lots of additional parking can be found in any one of the five public parking garages throughout the Village.

Rated one of the most walkable neighborhoods in Arlington, you are only steps from the Tony award winning Signature Theatre, library, dining, shops, a newly renovated AMC movie theater, and 24-hour Harris Teeter. Shirlington is very pet friendly due partly to its popular half-mile dog park along Four Mile Run, Dogma Bakery and the new Shirlington Animal Hospital. DC is less than 10 minutes away via direct access to 395 and the Shirlington Transit Station is your quick connection to Metro.

The condo building’s amenities include a newly renovated gym with free-weights and top of line cardio equipment, a beautiful 25′ outdoor pool, library with WIFI, 3 elevators, a social room and on-site management.

Visit this beautifully appointed and conveniently located home this Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at the open house or contact Ginger Harden at 703-963-5440 to set up your private showing. See more at

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