Listing Details!

2 bedrooms |
2 full baths
1,086 SQFT
Year Built: 2003
TEMP OFF MARKET
Wonderful setting, close in to city but quiet community. 1.5 mile to Pentagon City metro & .5 miles to Shirlington. 2 bedroom 2 bath with ideal floor plan (2 master suites), Hardwoods in main living area, gourmet kitchen with gas cooking, granite counter tops, custom backsplash, HVAC (water heater & AC) replaced in 2019, refrigerator in 2018, newer washer/dryer & microwave. Additional recessed lighting in main living area & ceiling fans in both bedrooms. Garage parking! Large balcony. Community features, club house, swimming pool, fitness center, library, media room, on site management. Close by shopping includes grocery store, restaurant, Starbucks etc. Great value ! Convenient to Reagan airport, Amazon National Landing HQ2. Don't miss!
Property Details
MLS #
VAAR178378
Property Type
Residential
Listing Status
TEMP OFF MARKET
Listing Price
$459,000
Year Built
2003
Lot Acreage
NA
Subdivision
GROVE AT ARLINGTON
City
ARLINGTON
County
ARLINGTON
Water Source
Public
Sewer
Public Sewer
Zoning
RA7-16
Exterior Details
Home Type
Garage/Parking Space
Style
Traditional
Parking
Attached Garage
Interior Details
Interior Space
1086 sq ft
Heating
Natural Gas - Forced Air
Cooling
Electric - Central A/C
Hot Water
Natural Gas
Appliances
Dishwasher
Disposal
Dryer
Refrigerator
Accessibility Features
Elevator
Financial Details
County Tax
$4,044.00
Special Tax Assessment
$0
Tax Year
2020
Total Assessment
$394,200
Total Taxes
$4,044
School Information for Arlington County Public Schools
Elementary Middle School High School
OAKRIDGE GUNSTON WAKEFIELD
Listing Courtesy of
Listing Office
McEnearney Associates, Inc.
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