Located just a stone’s throw from the Potomac River in the Rosslyn neighborhood, is Turnberry Tower. This glittering 26-story building has long enjoyed the distinction of being the tallest residential structure in the Washington area. The views are quite spectacular, and depending on each condo’s position, can include one or more of the river, Key Bridge, the Washington, DC skyline and Arlington.
New to the market in February is Unit #1601. Listed at $1,495,000, the two-bedroom, two-bath apartment with 1,754 square feet of living space comes with a private elevator, high-end finishes and lovely pale blonde knotty floors. The open gourmet kitchen features granite counters, glossy Snaidero cabinets, and Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. The master suite is super roomy, there’s a laundry room and a sweeping balcony with city views.
Unit #1411 is still available for $1,875,000, reflecting a January price cut. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment with 2,229 square feet of face has a large den with built-ins that makes the perfect work from home space. Other features include a private elevator, custom wall treatments, bamboo floors, a gourmet kitchen with glossy Snaidero cabinetry and a large terrace overlooking Rosslyn.
Listed at $1,525,000, Unit #1612 offers two bedrooms, two baths and 1,742 square feet of living space. An open layout, private elevator, blonde floors, an incredible master suite, lavish baths and a gourmet kitchen contribute mightily to the appeal. But it’s the sweeping balcony with picture perfect views of the Potomac River that puts this flat over the top!
Still active is Unit #312 at $1,130,000. The spacious apartment has two bedrooms, two full baths, 1,742 square feet of interior space and an open designer kitchen. Features include direct elevator access, wide-plank floors and a large private terrace. A spacious master suite includes a sitting area, Elfa closet organizers and a luxurious en-suite marble bath with Jacuzzi tub, spa-like shower and double vanities.
Listed at $1,039,000, Unit #509 is a one-bedroom flat with 1,642 square feet of space, two full baths plus a den that can be converted to a second bedroom. Direct elevator access, a welcoming foyer, tile floors and tray ceilings add to the appeal. Prepare meals in your gourmet kitchen and dine out on the terrace!
Unit #206 has one bedroom, a den and two full baths. The 1,404 square foot condo is listed at $825,000. Stone/slate floors, an open kitchen with Snaidero cabinetry, a marble master bath with spa tub and a large private balcony are among the other features.
Offering a fresh price reduction is Unit #2309. The prestigious I Model is now listed at $2,649,900 and features over $80,000 in improvements. The 2,655 square foot apartment has two bedrooms, a den and 3.5 baths. Included is a private elevator, a euro-style kitchen with Snaidero cabinetry, custom wall finishes and a long sweeping balcony with sublime views of the Potomac.
Unit #712 has now been reduced for the third time, down to $1,175,000 from its original $1.4 million. The two-bedroom, two-bath residence has a 1,742 square foot open layout, with a private elevator, hardwood floors and an open gourmet kitchen. A huge master bedroom suite has a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows and an incredible bath, while the oversized terrace offers glimpses of the river.
Unit #2408 has been withdrawn. The 2,039 square foot apartment with two bedrooms, a den and 2.5 baths had been listed for $2,295,000. A private elevator opens to a foyer with custom wall treatments. An exposed limestone wall in the living area adds to the modernist feel. Other standouts include a huge balcony with river views.
Unit #1410 is pending at $1,525,000. The two-bedroom apartment with 2.5 baths has a private elevator, marble tile floors, giant floor-to-ceiling windows and a gorgeous open kitchen. Two balconies overlook Arlington, with peeks of the river. A lavish master bath boasts a walk-in marble shower, soaking tub and twin-sink vanity.
Unit #1604 closed in February for $1,150,000 after listing for $1,200,000. The two-bedroom, two-bath apartment with direct elevator access was active for just eight days before going under contract. Classic hardwood strip floors add a warm glow, complemented by the wood tones of the open kitchen’s Snaidero cabinets. A large terrace offers city skyline views plus peeks of the river.
Turnberry Tower was designed by Curtis Facchina for ACG Architects. Amenities include a front desk, concierge service, valets, a heated indoor swimming pool, a fitness center and a media screening room with kitchen. Referred to as the Gateway to Arlington, Rosslyn is the first of five urban villages with Metro stations comprising the trendy Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor.
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