Waterview #28061111 19th Street N 2806Arlington, VA 22209
Monthly Payment (Est.)$7,231
This stunning residence on the 28th floor at Waterview enjoys spectacular views of Georgetown, Key Bridge and the Potomac River from every window. Professionally interior designed by The Akseizer Design Group, this 1525 sq ft condominium includes two bedrooms with private baths, a study nook and powder room. Luxury features abound with custom moldings, wainscoting and built-ins, gleaming hardwood floors, Wood Mode kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, Miele and Viking appliances, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Bosch washer and dryer, marble tiled bathrooms, Elfa fitted closets, and floor to ceiling windows with privacy shades. A tandem parking space for two cars in the underground garage conveys. Communal amenities in this premier building include a residents lounge, 24/7 concierge services and on-site property management. The roof top terrace on the 31st floor, exclusively for residents, offers the opportunity to grill outdoors while taking in the magnificent world-class panoramic views of DC , the monuments, river and surrounding areas. The Meridien Hotel occupies the first twelve floors of the building, and residents enjoy direct access to the restaurant, bar and facilities of the hotel including room service and the newly renovated fitness center. Waterview, built in 2008, is a contemporary style building located in the heart of Rosslyn and designed by internationally renowned architects Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. The recipient of numerous design awards over the years, Pei Cobb Freed stand at the forefront of modern architecture, and are best known for their dramatic expansion and modernization of the Louvre in Paris. Located at the foot of Key Bridge, the property is ideally located just steps from Rosslyn metro station, less than half a mile from Georgetown and downtown DC, and just 10 minutes from Reagan National Airport.
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