Located by the Potomac River in the Rosslyn neighborhood, The Waterview is a highly coveted full service condominium. Residences in the Pei Cobb Freed designed complex are joined by Le Meridien Hotel and a 23-story office building. There wasn’t a lot of sales or listing activity during the final months of 2019. However, the New Year has brought some fresh news!
New to the market in January are two condos rolled into one! Units #2201 and #2202 have been conjoined into a single 2-bedroom, 4-bath luxury apartment. With 2,200 square feet of living space and a $2,499,000 asking price, this unusual configuration includes double servings of everything. There’s two nearly identical open gourmet kitchens, two living areas, two dining areas and two master bedrooms. Wide-plank hardwood floors run throughout the layout. There is also a den and floor-to-ceiling windows with fantastic river views from every room. Included are three parking spaces.
With a sneak peek into February, Unit #1910 is also now available. Listed at $745,000, the 1-bedroom, 1-bath 833 square foot flat also has a small den. Wide-plank hardwood floors are bathed in natural light from a wall of giant windows. Those windows, as well as those in the bedroom, provide stunning and unobstructed views of the river, Key Bridge and Georgetown. Also worth noting is the open contemporary kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counters and island.
There were no new contracts or sales in January. The most recent closing was back in November, when Unit #2803 sold for $1,135,000. The 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment with 1,475 square feet of living space features huge floor-to-ceiling window walls providing picture perfect views of the Potomac River and Washington, DC monuments. Dark hardwood floors, matching kitchen cabinets, marble counters and stainless steel appliances help provide a modern ambience.
The Waterview boasts one of the region’s best vantage points, exemplified by a residents-only observation deck with exquisite panoramic views. There are also two outdoor roof kitchens, along with lounges and fireplaces. Other amenities include a staffed front desk and concierge, a fitness center, community room and secure parking. If that’s not enough, residents also have access to full service options such as maid and room service. Rosslyn was once a wild and wooly waterfront, known for saloons and gambling halls. These days, the “Gateway to Arlington” is the first Metro stop along the trendy Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor: a series of five urban villages with shopping and restaurants galore.
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