Robinson Landing: Waterfront Luxury in Alexandria

Posted by Mark Washburn on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 10:03am.

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With the luxury of a waterfront lifestyle, Robinson Landing presents an extraordinary opportunity for residents of Alexandria. The condos and town homes are right on the Old Town waterfront, with an array of added amenities that only compliment the location.

With large windows and terraces opening up to views of the nearby Potomac River, the condos are also accented by open floor plans and desirable extras. Expect to find upgraded quartz countertops and wide-plank hardwood floors throughout the homes as well as custom cabinetry in the chef’s kitchens. Options range from one- to three-bedrooms, at home within three separate buildings.

Meanwhile, the accompanying town homes of Robinson Landing feature high ceilings and some elevators, also with a two-car garage and the luxury of private rooftop terraces. While the town homes are street facing they still enjoy the proximity to the waterfront, all with at least three-bedrooms and up to around 3,000 square feet of living space.

All condo and town home owners are additionally treated to the numerous amenities, ranging from concierge service and a fitness center to a yoga studio, pet grooming spa, a lounge and a bicycle shop. The location also provides the ease of access to many restaurants and boutiques in the area, along with the local farmers’ market and the pier.

Once mostly an industrial site, the new construction community of Robinson Landing joins Old Town, bringing the opportunity for new and more modern inclusion to the historic area. In fact, during construction of the new housing development crews uncovered around 100,000 artifacts, some of which likely belonged to ships dating back to the Revolutionary War. As well, they’ve also uncovered things like foreign coins and building foundations, giving historians a more accurate look at Alexandria’s past, while also moving ahead with the future of the waterfront; now joined by Robinson Landing.

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