This is a rare chance to tour a luxury model home to be built in Lyon Village and Ballston.
Tour the model at 2513 11th Street N. in Arlington on Sunday, November 6 from 2-4 p.m.
You can also tour available plots in Ballston at 608 N. Vermont Street and in Lyon Village at 1728 N. Barton Street. For more information visit the website of real estate agent Keri Shull or call 703-436-2191.
Here are more details about the plots:
1728 BARTON STREET
ARLINGTON, VA 22201
New construction home on a corner lot in the heart of Lyon Village. This craftsman inspired home offers nearly 5,000 square feet on 4 expansive levels. All finishes, fixtures and features are completely customizable to your desired selection. The master bedroom suite has a private balcony, luxurious bathroom and two large walk in closets. The home features gleaming hardwood floors throughout, 10 ft. ceilings throughout the main level, a gourmet kitchen with butler pantry and a private office. The exterior features a covered porch & two car garage. Start customizing your home now to move in Spring or Summer 2017.
616 VERMONT STREET
ARLINGTON, VA 22203
608 VERMONT STREET
ARLINGTON, VA 22203
Rare enclave of three (one just went under contract) new construction homes available in the highly desirable location of Ballston. Just a short walk to the new Ballston Urban Center and Metro. These homes will be over 5,000 square feet on 3 expansive levels with luxury finishes & fixtures. The master bedroom suite has a private balcony, luxurious bathroom and two large walk in closets. The home features gleaming hardwood floors throughout, 10 ft. ceilings throughout the main level, a gourmet kitchen with butler pantry and a private office. There is the option to build a loft and options for a loft over the detached garage. Start customizing your home now to move in Spring or Summer 2017.
The preceding post was written and sponsored by Orange Line Living
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