Address: 1730 Arlington Blvd #507
Neighborhood: The Weldon Condominium
Take your first step on the housing ladder with this light-filled one-bedroom condominium near everything you want in Arlington.
The large living and dining area overlooks a quiet, treed hillside and provides space for media, dining, reading, relaxing, and working and learning from home. A second desk area is available in the bedroom, and the generous closet space is a plus. The kitchen features light-wood cabinets, granite tops and stainless appliances, while the bath has classic white tile and a large vanity. The heating and cooling system is nearly new. Fresh, neutral decor and gleaming floors enhance the home’s appeal.
Two reserved parking spaces come with the condo, and the low condo fee of $445 per month includes all utilities. Enjoy the Weldon’s exercise room, rooftop deck with panoramic views of the Washington and Rosslyn skylines, and a secure lobby for package deliveries. As a bonus, you can see the caisson horses graze on the hillside at Fort Myer.
Jog to the Iwo Jima Memorial to hear the Netherlands Carillon, and stop at the venerable Quarterdeck for a sandwich and beverage on the way home. Walk or bike to the Courthouse Metro Station and for shops, restaurants, farmers market and nightlife. You’ll have an easy commute to Washington, the Pentagon, National Airpot, Fort Myer/Henderson Hall, Rosslyn-Ballston corridor, and Pentagon and Crystal Cities at National Landing.
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