3625 10th St. N., Arlington, VA 22201
Year Built: 2006
Number of Units: 70
Sq. Ft. Range: 785 – 1,885 sq. ft.
Price Range: $385,000 – $910,000
Pet Policy: Cats and dogs
The Monroe is a luxury, contemporary condominium located at Virginia Square. Building amenities include a lobby with concierge, meeting and party rooms, fitness center, and a rooftop deck with panoramic views of Arlington. Plenty of parking is available in the three-story underground garage.
The Monroe offers two- and three-bedroom units with 11 foot ceilings and spacious floor plans. Rooms are open with gleaming wood floors. Residents enjoy large balconies with sliders and French doors and floor-to-ceiling windows. The units have designer kitchens with gas cooking and stainless steel appliances. Ground level units have private entrances from the street. In addition to the rooftop terrace, the community offers a fitness center, library, landscaped courtyard, media lounge, and secure garage parking with extra storage. The lobby is staffed 24/7 by a concierge. The condo fee includes endless hot water.
- Private outdoor space
- Rooftop terrace
- 24/7 front desk
- Secure garage park and extra storage
- Media room
- Landscaped courtyard
- Fitness center
The Monroe is just one block from the Virginia Square Metro station on the Orange Line. Starbucks is just across the street from the building, the Giant grocery store is two blocks away, and several dry cleaners, and convenience stores are close by. Restaurants and shops are conveniently located at the Ballston Common about a half mile away. Plus there are many other restaurants and cafes all within walking distance. Market Common Clarendon, with all it has to offer, is just a few blocks away. Quincy Park with its baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, basketball court, sand volleyball court, picnic area, playground, and open space for playing is nearby. Adjacent to the park is the Central Library. Good schools are close at hand.
Accessing Arlington and DC from the Monroe
Located just one block from the Virginia Square Metro and about a ten-minute walk from the Ballston Metro, it is easy to get around Arlington and the metro Washington, DC area from the Monroe. With level terrain and bike lanes, bicycling is a great way to run errands, and many every day conveniences are located within walking distance. You can easily get around without driving. Convenient access to I-66 (Custis Memorial Parkway), Hwy 237, and other highways make it easy to access all of Arlington, DC, and Northern Virginia.
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