2400 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, VA 22201
Year Built: 1990
Number of Units: 168
Sq Ft Range: 600 – 1,250 sq. ft.
Price Range: $385,000 – $600,000
Pet Policy: 1 pet allowed
The Charleston offers the luxury touches homeowners are looking for and is centrally located to all Courthouse and Clarendon have to offer. Features include professionally landscaped circular drive at the entrance, a secure controlled access lobby, outdoor pool, fitness center, party room, garage, and extra storage.
Units feature 1-2 bedrooms, some with dens and powder rooms. The open floor plans include designer kitchens, individual washers and dryers, enclosed balconies, and ceramic tile baths.
- Private outdoor pool
- Fitness Center
- Party room
- Controlled access lobby
- Extra storage and bicycle storage
When you live at the Charleston, you live in the middle of everything. You can walk to the Courthouse Metro in about 5 minutes and enjoy restaurants, and shops at Courthouse or Clarendon. You can shop at the Courthouse Plaza pedestrian mall, above the Metro, or walk to conveniently located grocery stores, like Whole Foods Market, Arlington Farmers Market, or Trader Joe’s. Coffee shops, restaurants, a movie theater, and nightlife are a short stroll away, as is the Market Common Clarendon which offers dining, shopping, and entertainment. Easily access The Washington & Old Dominion Trail for hiking, jogging, or biking. For outdoor fun, Rocky Run Park, Lyon Village Park and Central Park are nearby.
Accessing Arlington and DC from the Charleston
The Charleston is just a short 5-minute walk to the Courthouse Metro station and the Orange and Silver Lines. The Clarendon Metro station is about a 10-minute walk. Park the car in the on-site garage and walk to your favorite stores and eateries. Take advantage of bike lanes and flat terrain for running errands. Arlington Blvd. (US 50) and other major highways are conveniently located, providing access to Arlington, DC, and Northern Virginia.
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