The Signet Designed With Virginia Heritage in Mind
Designed with Virginia heritage in mind, The Signet’s Jeffersonian-inspired look is reminiscent of the architecture found at the University of Virginia. The red brick condo building takes up nearly four-acres in Downtown McLean, and although fairy new, was built to look like it’s been in the neighborhood for generations.
The seven-story building is home to around 120 units, with an average size of around 1,800 square feet of living space. All of the units come with some outdoor space too, in the form of a private patio or balcony.
There are almost as many floor plans as units in the building, so it’s rare to find two identical layouts in The Signet. While some of the condos are single-level designs, there are also some two-level duplexes in the building.
Generally, the condos range from around 1,100 to 3,500 square feet of living space. They come with one- to three-bedrooms and up to four-baths.
Common features and finishes include high ceilings and solid oak floors. The units also come with stone countertops, a kitchen island, and they’re wired for home-automation. Some of the condos include fireplaces, while most additionally come with two assigned parking spaces.
A landscaped courtyard sits in the middle of the u-shaped building, complete with grilling stations, a fire pit, a fountain and space to dine and lounge. Residents also have the option of renting out a catering kitchen and lounge for private parties.
In addition, the property features a yoga room, massage rooms, steam rooms and a sauna. As well, there’s a full-service concierge and a staffed front desk.
The building sits conveniently close to grocery stores, shopping centers and the library, which is just a couple of blocks away from The Signet. It’s also close to major roadways, plus Fairfax Connector buses stop right outside the building.