The Washington Metro region isn’t especially known for skyscrapers. But Turnberry Tower certainly soars, as the tallest residential building in the area with 26 stories and a great waterfront location in Rosslyn. Designed by noted architect Robert M. Swerdroe, the curvilinear tower glitters with glass and steel. East facing units boast some of the best Potomac River views in the region.
No apartments came to market in December. But a peek at the month ahead reveals a New Year’s Day listing to kick off a new decade! Unit #1111 is priced at $1,825,000, with 2-bedrooms, a den, 2.5-baths and 2,229 square feet of living space. This is a prestigious “F” model with a split bedroom layout for maximum privacy. The den can easily be converted to a third bedroom. Direct elevator access, tile floors in the living area and mahogany floors in the bedrooms, and a sweeping balcony add to the appeal.
Unit #1902 listed in October and now has a $50,000 price drop to $2,948,000. This 19th floor penthouse has a super-sized 3,045 square foot floorplan, with 3-bedrooms, 3.5-baths and a den/office that can be used as a fourth bedroom. The elegant apartment features a private elevator, hardwood floors, walls of floor-to-ceiling windows, a modern open gourmet kitchen with Snaidero cabinets and Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, and an extended balcony accessible from multiple parts of the residence.
Also still available is Unit #2009. The spacious 2-bedroom, 3.5-bath plus den apartment is priced at $2,790,000 and has 2,655 square feet of living space. Included is a private elevator, gleaming marble floors, an open gourmet kitchen that curves along a single wall, marble spa-style baths, two parking spaces and a wraparound balcony featuring stunning views of the Potomac River and Key Bridge.
Unit #1910 is now pending. The 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath plus den apartment has 2,405 square feet of space and was listed at $2,279,500. A closing is expected in January. Features include new hardwood floors, expansive window walls and what is described as the largest terrace in the building, featuring panoramic views of the Potomac, monuments and Arlington. Included is a walk-in laundry and two parking spaces.
Unit #1509 is also pending with a closing set for January. The 1-bedroom, 2-bath plus den residence with 1,642 square feet of living space was listed for $1,299,000. The flat boasts a private elevator, custom wall treatments, walnut herringbone floors, intricate lattice-beam ceilings, a balcony with river views and a gourmet kitchen with Sub-Zero and Miele appliances.
There was one closing in December. Unit #510 is a 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath modern retreat with 1,840 square feet of living space. The apartment listed for $1,348,000 and went under contract in 12 days. The final sales price was $1,305,000. Among the features are a private elevator, walls of floor-to-ceiling windows, two terraces and a very stylish open kitchen with Snaidero cabinets, granite counters and Sub-Zero and Miele appliances.
Those fortunate enough to live at Turnberry Tower enjoy a staffed font desk, concierge service, complimentary valet parking, a heated indoor swimming pool, screening room with catering kitchen and secure parking. Those wishing to ease their carbon footprint can stroll to the nearby Rosslyn Metro. Rosslyn is a modern waterfront community with a historic past, and is considered the gateway to Arlington. This is the first Metro stop along the trendy Rosslyn-Ballston corridor—a series of five urban villages with upscale shops and restaurants galore!
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