Metro Row at Vienna Station Now Selling
Offering sophisticated new townhomes easily within reach of everything in the greater DC area, Metro Row at Vienna Station is now selling new homebuyers an extraordinary new option in luxury living. This sensational community includes elegantly designed homes of at least 2,800 square feet, featuring up to three-and-a-half baths and four-bedrooms, as well as a one- to two- car garage.
The modernly designed residences by NVHomes seamlessly blend into the surroundings with brick exteriors and spacious interiors. Also including an abundance of outdoor living space, the sensational new homes supply a rooftop terrace, offering up sweeping views of the DC area and the surrounding neighborhood. As well, some homes also include a privately enclosed backyard space, offering up the advantage of additional outdoor living and entertaining space without the required maintenance that comes with a traditional single-family home.
Priced starting around $800,000, the elegantly designed kitchens within Metro Row at Vienna Station lead to open floor space and an excess of natural light, filled with plenty of room for entertaining. Meanwhile, the homes exude privacy and exclusivity, retaining the enjoyment made possible with a single-family home while also the ease of living within a true community of homes and a low-maintenance lifestyle.
Expect to find such high-end features in the homes as the expansive granite kitchen islands, stainless steel appliances and a double oven. Other design features include the elevators, hardwood flooring in the main living space and an excess of high-end features and finishes throughout the homes.
With a convenient location next to the Vienna Metro Station in Fairfax, Metro Row is a short 20 minutes from Downtown Washington DC, plus a short distance, too, from desirable Old Town Fairfax and exciting Tysons Corner. The bustling Mosaic District offers a wealth of options in nearby shopping, dining and entertainment, while drivers also delight in an easy commute right off major DC roadways.