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3600 S Glebe Rd #823w is a 2-bedroom 2-baths condominium in Northern Virginia, but it's not for every buyer.
Let's take a moment to figure your needs so that you can realistically settle if buying a $571,500 2-bedroom condominium in Arlington, Virginia is for you. You have a lot of options in Arlington even if you're only focusing on 22202.
In general, these are not particularly difficult decisions, but they are decisions that only you can make. For example:
What style of condominium do you prefer? If you like units, you'll love the section around Eclipse On Center Park.
Homes around 3600 S Glebe Rd #823w were built around 2006. Do you prefer an older established neighborhood or a newly built condominium?
Is a view important to you? Do you want a water view or waterfront unit?
Speak to a real estate professional at (703)765-0300.
Beautifully renovated Avon model in Windgate I. This 3 story brick townhome features an open floor plan main level with stunning hardwood floors and a kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Upstairs you will find a primary bedroom with three closets and a renovated en suite bathroom, as well as a second bedroom. Finished lower level with full bathroom and two flex spaces that can be used for a home office, gym, or even a private guest space. 2018 renovations include new hardwood floors and carpets, renovated bathrooms, added a bonus closet in the primary bedroom, new light fixtures, painted throughout, finished basement ceiling, upgraded baseboards, and the roof was replaced by the condo association! Smart home features that convey include Eufy video doorbell, Yale smart door lock, and Nest thermostat. Enjoy the outdoors from your fenced-in private stone patio, at the Windgate community pool and tennis courts, or with quick access to Four Mile Run Trail, W&OD Trail, and many parks. Welcome home! [Windgate I – $599,000]
OPEN SUNDAY. Fabulous chance to own this gorgeous loft condo. 2 Beds and 1 bath. Cathedral two-story ceiling with stunning loft above. The loft currently serves as the second bedroom. Tons of light/windows. Hardwood floors on the main level. Washer and dryer in unit. The kitchen has upgraded marble countertops and GE stainless steel appliances. The kitchen island has a breakfast bar. Amenities include a fabulous state of the art fitness center with Peloton bikes, staffed front desk, business center with a separate meeting room, secured package room, bike storage, and outdoor courtyard with gas firepits. Parking is a breeze in the underground carpark. [1800 Wilson – $595,000]
**FURTHER RENOVATIONS RECENTLY COMPLETED THIS WEEK!! **
2 BED, 2 BATH, RENOVATED GARDEN APARTMENT ON BEAUTIFUL TREE-LINED STREET. 2 BLOCKS TO BALLSTON METRO, GET THE BEST OF QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD WITH BUSTLING CITY STREETS BLOCKS AWAY. **KITCHEN HAS NEW QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS, NEW CABINETS, STAINLESS APPLIANCES, AND LARGE PANTRY. **NEW RECESSED LIGHTING, NEW VANITIES IN BOTH BATHROOMS, AND NEW PAINT THROUGHOUT! **LAUNDRY IN UNIT, MASTER BR HAS EN-SUITE BATH, LARGE SECOND BEDROOM WITH PRIVACY. **WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE AND COZY BRICK COURTYARD ENTRANCE MAKE THIS HOME ONE NOT TO MISS! [Old Ballston Town – $590,000]
When Your Schedule is Unusual
Finally, condo owners and renters who have an unusual schedule may have a great deal of difficulty functioning in a condo complex. This includes, but is not limited to, residents who work a night shift and sleep during the day. The unusual schedule kept by these residents makes them more prone to being disturbed by other residents who assume everyone residing in the complex sleeps at roughly the same time.
Unfortunately, residents in this situation may have to make an effort to make their living situation bearable. While discussing the situation with the neighbors is certainly worthwhile, it is unrealistic to expect the neighbors to remain exceedingly quiet during the daytime hours. Many residents do chores such as vacuuming during this time which can resonate in a neighboring condo. However, asking the neighbor to do these types of activities in the evening is not feasible because the neighbor would likely be disturbing a number of other neighbors by doing so.
This is why the condo resident with an unusual schedule is often required to make changes to make the living situation workable. This may include purchasing and using earplugs while sleeping or investing in a white noise machine which can help to drown out ambient noise and make the environment more conducive to sleeping. Additionally, the condo resident with the unusual schedule should make an effort to be quiet during hours in which they are awake but the majority of neighbors are likely sleeping.