Carver Place Subdivision
Carver Place Arlington Townhome and Condo subdivision comprise 73 residences over a variety of floor plans for 3BR condos starting in the mid-$600,000s and townhomes from the mid $700,000s. More than three-quarters of the units have already been sold and occupancy is scheduled for late fall. The size of these units is between 2,080 sq.ft. and 2,650 sq.ft.
There are five (5) different models – The Carver, The Westmont, The Washington, The Claremont and The Monroe. Of note is that the six (6) Monroe units will be deemed Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) and permitted as affordable housing.
Craftmark Homes is the builder of Carver Place, well renowned for their smart construction techniques for energy efficiency and improved air quality. Included are Arlington’s Green Home Choice Program, vinyl windows, tankless water heaters, LED lighting, Air Filtration Packages, sealed ductwork and high-efficiency appliances. Brick and stone facades plus a number of modern touches – home automation systems – are some of the hallmarks of Carver Place Arlington Townhome and Condo subdivision. Inside can be found 9-foot ceilings, elegant bathroom fixtures, chef’s kitchens, stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops.
Why you should live at Carver Place
Urban Living at its Best!
Carver Place epitomizes urban living for which Arlington County is well renowned for its attention to making walking popular (high and impressive walk scores) as well as biking with its Bike Share Program, one of which will be within the subdivision.
There is the community transit bus as well and the many metro rail stations spread throughout. The metro bus runs on all major roads. Plus the many redevelopment programs highlighting the mix of business and residences with storefronts occupying the lower levels and rentals or condominiums occupying the higher floors. Carver Place Arlington Townhome and Condo subdivision is right off the southern Columbia Pike corridor which just went through such a major redevelopment.
Carver place is close to I395, I66 and Route 50, all major highways. In terms of convenience, it could not be at a more ideal location. It is two miles from the Pentagon City Metro Rail Station as well as the Clarendon Metro Rail Station. It is a mere five miles from the Reagan National Airport.
If you are interested in making Carver Place your home, please call Norma Skeete at 703,920-0003 or search for Carver Place Arlington units here.
So What is Carver Place Neighborhood Like?
Carver Place Arlington Townhome and Condo subdivision is located within the Arlington View Neighborhood which can be described as a settled community – very family oriented. It has mainly single family homes of which more than half are owner-occupied. You will also find apartment buildings, co-ops and condos in the neighborhood. The varied architectural styles include colonial townhomes, wooden bungalows and small brick houses going back to the 1940s.
Walk three blocks over and you’ll find the Harry W. Gray House – a Designated Arlington County Landmark. It’s a rare example of an early townhouse built by Harry W. Gray in 1881 (born a slave) based on homes he had seen in Washington D.C.
What’s Going on Near Carver Place?
Carver Place Arlington Townhome and Condo subdivision is ideally located immediately off Columbia Pike. Other nearby neighborhoods include Columbia Heights, Pentagon City and Penrose.
As such, it is within walking distance of Penrose Square part of the Columbia Pike Redevelopment with its numerous stores, supermarket,
estaurants and small businesses. There is the Carver Community Center offering many amenities both indoor and outdoor – gym, game room, tennis and basketball courts – plus the six-acre park which surrounds the Community Center.
Go south for two miles to Pentagon City and all that it offers – mall and high-end shops, grocery stores, restaurants. Go north to Clarendon for the same distance and take advantage of the nightlife and bar scene.
Schools That Serve Carver Place
Carver Place is served by Hoffman-Boston Elementary School, Thomas Jefferson Middle School and Washington Lee High School, all part of the Arlington Public School system for which further details can be found on their site.