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National Harbor: Luxury Brownstones Now Selling In The $600's

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National Harbor: Luxury Brownstones Now Selling In The $600’s

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Want to be the toast of Prince George’s County? Potomac Overlook, a luxury community set above the landmark National Harbor casino resort project, is pleased to announce that 80 premium brownstones will now be available for purchase.

These brownstones offer Potomac River views and are just 1.5 blocks from National Harbor shops, restaurants and other attractions. The homes are 2,500+ sq. ft. and have loft-style main levels and open floorplans. Home buyers have a choice of homes available right now for move-in or fully customizable layouts.

All of the homes start with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths but can be optioned to 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Every home has a 2-car garage, private terrace with views of the Harbor and Potomac River. Select homes can even see the Washington Monument and U.S. Capitol building. Prices start in the low $600’s. Here’s what the $600K+ market for National Harbor towhomes looks like in the bright.

Want to tour Potomac Overlook or check out how to purchase? Talk to an UrbanLand Company agent – we represent a large number of Prince George’s County home buyers in every price point & are happy to share our expertise on purchasing New Construction! 

National Harbor is a $1.4 billion, 1 million square foot facility that overlooks the Potomac River in Prince George’s County. The casino is the flagship property in the massive development. The casino is 125,000 sq. ft. total in space and includes a 24 story, 307 room hotel. Other attractions include a 15,000 sq. ft. conservatory, a 3,000 seat theater and event venue, 18,000 sq. ft. of retail, several chef-branded restuarants, a 10 eatery dining hall, 50,000 sq. ft. of meeting facilities, a spa, and 5,000 parking spaces.

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Listing details courtesy of Integrity Homes. Information last updated 12/20/2017 at 7:17am.

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