Carver Place Now Selling in Arlington

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Impressive new townhome and condominium living options are now available in Arlington with the addition of Carver Place. This outstanding new community is now selling units to prospective homebuyers with your choice of more than 70 townhomes and townhome-style condos to choose from.

These luxury homes include design packages ranging from traditional to transitional and even modern features, all with tall ceilings and upgraded features throughout. Homebuyers can expect to uncover hardwood flooring and designer grade carpeting, along with such high-end features as a security system, home automation system and multi-port wiring.

As well, the homes are outfitted with gourmet kitchens, including maple cabinetry, quartz countertops and kitchen islands. In addition, the homes come with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances and energy efficient construction methods.

The home designs range from two to four finished levels, including an optional deck, outdoor terrace or rooftop terrace, according to which home plan you choose. Some of the homes also offer a 4th level loft as well as an excess of living and entertaining space.

Priced starting in the mid $600,000s to the low $800,000s, the homes of Carver Place offer between 2,000 square feet to more than 2,600 square feet of living space, with units in one-, two- and three-bedroom designs. Many of the home designs also offer a one-car garage for the convenience of homebuyers.

Located at 13rd Road South and Rolfe Street in Arlington, not far from several options in public transportation, the new community is also close to several diverse selections in dining, shopping and various entertainment options within the DC area. As well, the community exists just minutes away from Pentagon City and Clarendon.

Constructed and developed by respected homebuilder Craftmark Homes, the Carver Place community joins a number of other townhome and single-family home developments going up in premiere neighborhoods across the DC area.

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