Live Near The USPTO In Alexandria VA
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Carlyle Square is a condominium community located in the Carlyle District of Alexandria VA. This community is at 520 John Carlyle Street in close proximity to the US Patent & Trademark Office and not far from the National Science Foundation. Carlyle Square is just 4 minutes from Old Town's waterfront, minutes from I-495 and a short distance to both the King Street Metro stop (blue and yellow lines) and Amtrak.
Carlyle Square condos are recently built garden-style condos surrounding a courtyard. Carlyle Square has 145 units in the community ranging from studio to two bedroom dens. Carlyle Square features light filled floor plans, designed with the urban lifestyle in mind. Most residents have kitchens with stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, custom maple cabinets. Living/dining spaces typically have hardwood floors & unique lighting. Bathrooms at Carlyle Square have Kohler fixtures and over-sized porcelain tile.
Pet-friendly Carlyle Square houses 145 homes with urban floorplans of studio to 2 bedrooms to choose from to fit resident lifestyles.
Introduction to Carlyle Squre
Considering Selling Your Condo At Carlyle Square?
Are you considering putting your house up for sale, but not sure where to start? Afraid it will take too long to sell, or that you won’t get the price you want? Here are 4 tips to get you started:
1. De-clutter. This is one of the most important things you can do. It might be easier to think of de-cluttering like this – you’re moving anyway, so why not start packing now?
Pack up everything you don’t need and store the boxes out of sight in the garage (or consider temporarily renting a small storage locker).
2. Organize your closets – put similar colors together, pants together, skirts together, shirts together etc. Why? Because it will make the closets look bigger. (Really.) An organized closet appears bigger, and you want your closets to look as spacious as possible.
3. Make your home look like a model. You want to de-personalize as much as possible so potential buyers can imagine themselves and their own belongings occupying the space in your house. That means minimizing – putting away everything you don’t need or use. Clear off kitchen counters as much as possible – stash all those appliances you don’t use, and put miscellaneous small clutter in a few attractive baskets or boxes.
4. Call Nesbitt Realty at (703)765-0300. We can give you objective tips on what you can do to move your property. We even have options for professionally staging your home if you’re interested. [learn more]