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100 Church Street is a four-story brick building in Vienna, VA, that was built in 1966. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom condos at 100 Church Street vary in size, with interiors measuring between 725 square feet and 930 square feet.
Residents of the condos at 100 Church Street love their homes' proximity to outdoor spaces, shops, restaurants, and coffee shops. Everything they need is within a few minutes' walk from where they live.
They also love the various amenities at the condos, as these mean the residents have elements of convenience and can enjoy both the indoor and outdoor space.
There are amenities and facilities at the condos that contribute to the residents of 100 Church Street enjoying a good standard of living. Inside the units, there are modern appliances and hardwood floors. Within the building, there is a shared laundry facility and a pool for the use of residents.
Externally, there are communal grounds where residents can enjoy the outdoors. Each condo has either a garage space or assigned parking, so finding somewhere to park close to the properties is not an issue.
Those who use public transport to get around have easy access to multiple bus stops, most of which are along Maple Avenue. The buses take various routes around Vienna and out to other areas of Virginia.
It is just as easy for those who drive to get around Vienna or beyond to the surrounding area. Church Street is just off Maple Avenue, which connects to both Capital Beltway Outer Loop and Dulles Access Road. Therefore, it is quick and convenient to commute out of Vienna.
There are plenty of outdoor spaces to enjoy within walking distance of the 100 Church Street condos. These include Glyndon Park, Town Green, Waters and Caffi Fields, Nottaway Park, and the Washington and Old Dominion Trail. Other activities and attractions close to the condos include Meadowlark Botanical Gardens and Westwood Country Club. Furthermore, there are plenty of restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, and bars within walking distance of the condos.
Other local attractions in Vienna, VA, include the Freeman Store & Museum, the Potomac Appalachian Trail, the NRA National Firearms Museum, Difficult Run River, Foxstone Park, Vienna's Historic Original 1897 Library, and the Children's Science Center Lab. Residents can also enjoy further activities and attractions in the surrounding area, all of which are easily accessible by car or public transport.
Call me at 703-462-0700 or email me at DarrenRobertsonHomes@gmail.com to set up a time to see a unit in this Vienna, VA, condo community. It’s important to work with an agent who understands the complex nature of condo transactions and can help you navigate the different situations that come up during these sales.
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