Welcome home to this stunning, new construction 5 bed/4.5 bath craftsman in the desirable Claremont neighborhood of Arlington. The gourmet kitchen has a stunning island, custom cabinetry, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Hardwoods throughout main level spill into a light-filled great room with cozy fireplace and coffered ceiling. A breakfast room, mudroom, library/office, dining room, and powder room complete the main level.
Price reduced significantly for a quick sale. Owner already bought a house and moved out. Don't get discourage with the number of days on the market, Property was under contract for almost 2 months with a buyer's home sale contingency. Eventually buyer was not able to sale his house therefore our listing came back on the market. Public record does not reflect the actual size of the living area. The property living area is much bigger. Location,
Your private oasis awaits! This lovely, brick townhome, located in the ever-popular Windgate Community is beautifully maintained and better than move-in ready. This home is tucked away in a private and quiet location within the community. The updated and spacious kitchen features white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, including a beverage refrigerator. The adjacent dining room features built-in cabinetry and custom moldings and is open to
The subdivision was cleverly and conveniently located, for Columbia Forest, Claremont's neighbor to the northwest, hosted the development of military-designed housing for young, married officers during the war, most of which was sold to returning veterans. It is one of the few planned communities in the DC area that is comprised exclusively of frame-houses.
During its original development phase from 1946 to 1954, the dominant styles of dwellings were an even split of Colonial Revival and Cape Cod houses. After that, thanks to a period of greater economic prosperity, ranch homes became increasingly popular.
Claremont was planned by Gerald A. Freed who upheld the mission of bringing affordable housing to Arlington, after the success of his father who was responsible for the Buckingham garden apartment complex. The Claremont neighborhood was developed in the mid-twentieth century in response to the need for housing for veterans returning from Europe and the Pacific.
Claremont Transit & Location
Claremont has no Metro station, but King St which runs along its western edge connects to I-395 for easy access to Washington DC and other points of interest.
Claremont is bounded by King St (VA-7) to the west, S George Mason Dr to the north, S Four Mile Run Dr to the east, and S Walter Reed Dr to the south.
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