Listing of the Day: 444 W Broad Street #506

Address: 444 W Broad Street #506 
Neighborhood: City of Falls Church
Listed: $530,000

Enjoy the convenient perks of living at The Spectrum in the heart of the City of Falls Church, home to this contemporary two bed, two bath condominium.

As soon as you walk through the door, you will notice high ceilings, pendant and recessed lights and wood flooring. Enjoy the open kitchen with granite counters, stainless-steel appliances, a natural gas stove and an open island. A quick glance beyond the kitchen to the living room reveals a wall of windows leading to the balcony with beautiful verdant views.

The living room is flanked by two bedrooms, both having full en-suite baths and walk-in closets. A stacked washer and dryer and storage closets complete this home, although you will additionally own a storage unit on the same floor within the building. This lovely condo includes two assigned parking spaces in the downstairs garage. The Spectrum building also features a modern fitness center, private event space with billiards, courtyard and a rooftop patio.

Take advantage of numerous eateries, shops, W&OD Trail access and the popular weekly farmers market all within a short stroll.

Your opportunity to live in quaint Falls Church City has arrived! Fondly nicknamed “The Little City” with a footprint of just two square miles, Falls Church City was settled in 1699 and continues to be one of the smallest municipalities by area in the nation. Now it’s your turn to claim your very own piece of this special place.

Listed by:
Donna Hamaker
Buck & Associates
2519 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
[email protected]

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