Address: 1600 N. Oak Street #1716
Neighborhood: The Belvedere (Rosslyn)
Open: Saturday, August 1 from 1-4 p.m. and Sunday, August 2 from 1-4 p.m.
Renovated 2 bedroom 2 bathroom at The Belvedere! This residence has an optimal layout that features bedrooms on opposite sides of the living room. Both bedrooms come with their own en-suite bathroom.
The condo features hardwood floors throughout the living area. There is a separate dining area next to the kitchen. The kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, tile flooring and upgraded cabinets.
The living room is spacious and receives excellent natural light. The sunroom is located off of the living room and provides scenic city views of the Rosslyn area from the 17th floor. The condo measures 1,245 square feet, which includes the enclosed sunroom. The owner’s suite features three separate closets to go along with a sleek bathroom. The second bedroom is outfitted with two closets and is spacious enough for large bedroom furniture, or the space could work well as a home office.
One private parking space and one storage unit are included. The Belvedere has a fantastic amenity package that features a large pool, fitness center, 24/7 front desk, party room, convenience store, car wash area and much more!
The Belvedere has an incredible location that is a short walk to the Rosslyn Metro, Target, Starbucks and Safeway and the building is just minutes away from Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods. The location offers easy access to D.C., major highways and everything the area has to offer!
Contact the Orange Line Condo team or your buyer’s agent for more information or to set up a showing.
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