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Listing of the Day: 608 N. Vermont Street

608 N. Vermont Street
Neighborhood: Ballston
Listing Price: $1,700,000
Open House: Sunday, November 20 from 2-4 p.m.

In the newest Northern Virginia hotspot of Ballston, a new construction home will be built by Brett Roman and Arlington Construction Management just a few blocks away from the new Ballston Quarter mall and Metro station, giving buyers the unique opportunity to own a large home right in the heart of the hottest local neighborhood.

The home, at 608 N. Vermont, will be upwards of 5,000 square feet on three sprawling levels with five bedrooms and five baths on a half acre lot with a detached garage.

The home will boast luxury finishes and fixtures, including hardwood floors throughout, 10-foot ceilings on the main level, granite countertops, and built-in bookcases. The large gourmet kitchen features a butlers pantry and buyers have the option of requesting a loft for even more storage space. The main level also includes private office space. The grand master bedroom includes two spacious walk-in closets, a luxurious bathroom, and a private balcony.

The home will be finished by summer 2017, leaving potential buyers plenty of time to customize the home to their preferences. For even more information regarding this exciting new construction home, check out the Zillow listing and take a virtual tour.

More information about the property can be found here. Tour the model on Sunday at 2513 11th St. N., Arlington, VA 22201. Please contact Dan with the Orange Line Living Team and Optime Realty at [email protected] or call (571) 969-7653.

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