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Listing of the Day: 1600 N. Oak Street #310

Address: 1600 N. Oak Street#310
Neighborhood: The Belvedere — Rosslyn
Listed: $699,900

This is one of the best two-bedroom floor plans The Belvedere has to offer! Introducing #310 — a fully renovated two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence that features 1,315 square feet, newer flooring throughout, a gourmet kitchen, a large primary suite and a fantastic outdoor balcony.

The living area is equipped with newer COREtec luxury vinyl plank flooring (2019). The balcony faces east and can be accessed from both the living and dining areas. The gourmet kitchen features stainless steel appliances, backsplash, cooktop and wall oven (2019).

The primary bedroom features three closets to go along with a dressing area and a spacious bedroom area. The primary bathroom has a tub and separate shower. The second bedroom comes with two closet areas and features excellent natural light. The second full bathroom is accessed from the hallway.

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 community has an incredible location that is a short walk to the Rosslyn Metro, Target, Starbucks and Safeway. The location offers easy access to D.C., major highways and everything the area has to offer!

Contact The Battle Group or your buyer’s agent for more information or to set up a private showing.

Listed by:
Matt Leighton
The Battle Group | Century 21 Redwood Realty
703-472-0574
[email protected]
TheMattLeighton.com

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