D.C. Area | walkable community | Robinson Landing | The Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake | Chevy Chase Lake | DC townhomes | New Townhomes | Homewoner Maintenance | Lock and Go Lifestyle | Westside at Shady Grove Metro | Grosvenor Heights | Montgomery Row
Townhomes and condominiums offer today’s homebuyer a variety of choices for living in walkable downtown and suburban neighborhoods and are ideal for those seeking a low maintenance, lock and leave lifestyle.
We are delighted to present our newly furnished Alexander model townhome at Robinson Landing in Old Town Alexandria. The Alexander offers a timeless brick facade and a contemporary open floorplan featuring over 2,300 sq ft of interior living space, loft and rooftop terrace overlooking the charming streets of Old Town.
D.C. Area | walkable community | Robinson Landing | The Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake | Chevy Chase Lake | New Townhomes | Lock and Go Lifestyle | Bethesda | Westside at Shady Grove Metro | Grosvenor Heights | Montgomery Row
Should I stay or should I go? It’s not only a 1982 hit single from “The Clash,” but the question nearly every empty nester considers: perhaps you too are evaluating the benefits of staying in your longtime home or making the move to a new home more suited to your current lifestyle.
Our brand new model townhome is now open by appointment at Robinson Landing. The townhomes in this distinctive new waterfront neighborhood feature beautiful brick façades with large-paned windows and design details that echo the site’s history as an active waterfront district.
If you’re looking to live in the D.C. metro area, you may be considering whether to rent or buy. Many factors affect this decision, such as where you see yourself in five years, what type of lifestyle you prefer, the market, and of course, what you can afford. So, what are the costs of renting in D.C. vs buying in a neighboring area like Bethesda?
Nearly everything in your home, including air-conditioners, thermostats, lights, and even your toaster, can now be remotely controlled on-the-go with a mobile device. But how exactly can you make your home “smart” and use these types of devices to your benefit?