The Waterview is aptly named, perched near the banks of the Potomac River. The condominium residences are at the upper floors of the sleek Le Meridien Hotel, with an adjoining 23-story office tower. In addition to the excellent location in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood, condo owners enjoy full-service luxury amenities such as room service from the hotel’s popular restaurant, Amuse.
Given the low number of active availabilities, we’re including a new May listing, Unit #1804. The one-bedroom, one-bath flat has 570 square feet of living space and is priced at $535,000. An open, linear floorplan places the living area and gourmet kitchen together with stainless steel appliances, granite counters, and espresso-toned cabinetry set into one wall. Custom wall finishes, attractive hardwood floors, a cove ceiling, huge windows, walk-in closet, and in-units washer and dryer add to the appeal.
Still available after coming to market in March, is a truly fabulous and very rare Waterview offering. Unit #2901 is a spectacular penthouse offered at $7,950,000. With 4,715 square feet of living space, the three-bedroom residence with three full and two half-baths, is the result of a custom build-out from two separate apartments. With incredible ceiling details, millwork, and white oak rift and quartered custom colored floors throughout, the home is a true showstopper. Views of the Potomac River and Georgetown are found in every room.
Unit #1602 listed in March and is now reduced in price, from $1,175,000 down to $1,149,000. The airy flat with its pale blonde hardwood floors, offers two bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and 1,239 square feet of living space. A completely open gourmet kitchen fits right into one corner, with Viking, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. Huge window walls provide point-blank views of the Potomac River. The residence also comes with an in-unit washer and dryer, and two secure garage parking spaces.
Unit #2703 went into Active Under Contract status in April, meaning it’s pending with contingencies. Listed at $1,375,000, the two-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment has 1,475 square feet of living space with new hardwood floors, new HVAC, and new built-in closet systems in both walk-in closets. The second bedroom has a custom office shelving system that incorporates a Murphy bed. There is also new lighting throughout, plus river views from each room.
There were multiple closings in April, including Unit #2107. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath condo listed for $895,000 in April and went under contract just four days later. The 1,232 square foot apartment closed the same month that it hit the market, at $886,000. With walls of windows on two sides, the airy unit has dark hardwood floors in the main living areas and cream carpet in the bedrooms. The gourmet kitchen with its stainless steel appliances and granite counters, is open to the living and dining rooms.
Unit #1910 closed at $685,000 after listing for $695,000. The one-bedroom flat has a bonus den and one bath, with 833 square feet of living space. Blonde hardwood floors are found in the living areas and the den. A massive set of windows in the living area boasts gorgeous views of the Potomac River and Key Bridge. A completely open gourmet kitchen with granite counters and a curved island, fits nicely into a corner for maximum floor space.
Unit #2005 listed in March for $499,500 and received an accepted offer 10 days later. The cute 660 square foot apartment with one bedroom and one bath ultimately closed at $485,000. Among the features are blonde wide-plank floors throughout, and oversized windows that allow an abundance of natural light inside. An open gourmet kitchen features red-toned cabinets, black granite counters and upscale stainless steel appliances.
Those living at The Waterview enjoy a host of full service amenities, including maid cleaning and meal service from the hotel restaurant. There’s also a wonderful residents-only observation deck, a state-of-the-art fitness center, staffed front desk and concierge, a community room and secure parking. Known as the Gateway to Arlington, the Rosslyn waterfront has changed considerably since its early days as a rowdy ferry boat landing with saloons and gambling halls. Today, it is the first of five trendy urban villages along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor, each with its own Metrorail station.
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