Located just two blocks from the Potomac River in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood is the aptly named Waterview. The full service condominium with its eye-popping views is part of a mixed use complex that includes a separate office tower, as well as a high-rise with Le Meridien Hotel at the lower floors and condo residences on levels 14 through 30. It’s the ultimate combination of hotel and condo living, with amenities that include room service from the Le Meridien’s popular restaurant, Amuse.
New to the market in March is Unit #1907, priced at $925,000. The two-bedroom flat has 2.5 baths, and 1,232 square feet of living space. Each of the bedrooms is ensuite, with a powder room and a hallway laundry closet adding extra convenience. The main living area with its hardwood flooring is large and open, with full height windows offering impressive views of Arlington. The gourmet kitchen is open to the living and dining areas, and features Viking, SubZero, and Bosch appliances.
Unit #2401 remains available. This exclusive Life At The Top listing is priced at $2,495,000, and features the most spectacular views of the Potomac River, Key Bridge, and Washington DC from virtually every room. The 2,165 square foot home in the sky was designed by Joseph Ireland, with three bedrooms, 3.5 baths, hardwood floors, and full height built-ins. A beautiful open gourmet kitchen has blue cabinetry, dark granite counters, and Viking, Sub-Zero, and Miele stainless steel appliances. A memorable owners’ suite features a vestibule, a wall of windows with river views, a huge dressing room with custom organizers, and a stunning marble ensuite bath.
The most expensive current listing at the Waterview received a fresh price reduction in March, from $7,400,000 down to $6,950,000. Unit #2901 is a custom built three-bedroom penthouse with three full baths, two half baths, and 4,715 square feet of space. Three egresses offer exquisite views of the Potomac River, Key Bridge, Theodore Roosevelt Island, and all the way across to Georgetown. Features include white oak rift and quartered, custom colored and hand-stained floors, and a gourmet kitchen with Clive Christian walnut cabinetry and double-thickness marble counters.
Unit #1504 is now in Active under Contract status, meaning that it is pending with contingencies. The one-bedroom apartment with one bath and approximately 700 square feet of living space had been listed at $500,000. Full height windows offer lovely city views, and the wide-plank wood floors are newly installed. The open Euro-style kitchen fits neatly along one wall, with Viking, Sub-Zero, Miele, and Bosch stainless steel appliances, as well as custom cabinetry and granite counters.
Also now in A/C status is Unit #1904. The 570 square foot flat with one bedroom and one bath had been offered at $485,000 before going under contract. The open and airy design is complemented by pale hardwood floors and massive full-height windows. Cityscape views are on full display, and a gourmet kitchen with red Wood Mode cabinetry and stainless steel appliances fits unobtrusively along one wall, maximizing the apartment’s space.
Unit #2501 closed on the first day of March. The three-bedroom penthouse with 3.5 baths and 2,165 square feet of space sold for $2,625,000 after listing for $2,695,000. The residence features giant wraparound windows with stunning views of the Potomac River. An open living and dining area includes a gourmet kitchen with Wood Mode cabinetry, a Viking double oven and range, and a Sub-Zero fridge. An exquisitely designed owners’ suite features a walkway of custom closets and an ensuite bath.
Residents at the Waterview enjoy white gloves service, thanks to the combination of a hotel and condominium in the same building. Meals can be ordered from the downstairs restaurant and there are also options for maid cleaning and catering. A members-only rooftop observation deck offers incredible views of the river and all the way across to Georgetown. There is also a state-of-the-art fitness gym, a front desk and concierge, a community room and secure parking. Those not wishing to drive can stroll to the nearby Rosslyn Metro station. Georgetown is also a walkable distance, right on the other side of Key Bridge.
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