A new 97-unit townhome community will be virtually unveiled in Alexandria next month, and the West End townhomes start at $600,000.
Bren Pointe by Winchester Homes has nearly 100 three-level properties as big as 2,237 square feet. The homes range from two-to-five bedrooms with two-and-a-half to five-and-a-half bathrooms. A few of the properties also have a fourth level with a loft, an extra bedroom, bathroom and rooftop terraces, according to Winchester Homes.
The virtual unveiling will showcase three new home models, the Cameron, Quaker and Stevenson in the 6200 block of Edsall Road.
“Our vision for Bren Pointe was to create Alexandria’s most desirable new townhome community with modern designs, endless options and open concept floor plans,” said Brad Blank, president of Winchester Homes. “Coupled with proximity to nearby parks, the Metro, Reagan National Airport and the best shopping, dining and entertainment in Old Town, Bren Pointe is ideal for connection to the broader community and D.C. metro area.”
The property includes a dog park, a sport court and access to the Bren Mar Recreation Association, which is just across Esdall Road.
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