City living just blocks from the Fort Totten Metro, luxury townhomes from $549,990, brought to you by Comstock.
From Totten Mews, a new townhome development, you’re less than a mile away from the green, yellow, and red lines at Fort Totten Metro Station. In fact, it’s just 939 steps — we counted!
With the Metro Station’s access to both downtown D.C. and Silver Spring, and nearby the Metropolitan Branch Trail—an eight mile paved stretch for cyclists and runners that connects D.C. with Maryland—Totten Mews is a model for transit-oriented development.
Located at 4900 Puerto Rico Avenue, each home at Totten Mews has 2,100 square feet, features three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and a powder room. There are nine-foot ceilings on ground and second floors.
The kitchen features a side-by-side multi-cycle insulated dishwasher, microwave/hood combination with exterior venting, and gas range with convection oven–all from Whirlpool with Energy Star rating. There are granite countertops and designer cabinets with chrome knobs, pan drawers, and trash cabinet.
A one-car garage has direct access to the home — with garage door openers and two remotes — and a rear porch provides space for outdoor entertaining.
Within a couple miles from Totten Mews, you’ll find a Walmart, Ace Hardware, Home Depot, and Giant Grocery Market; and just a few minutes drive gets you to Indian cuisine (Woodlands Restaurant), vegan (NuVaga Cafe), Mexican (Lauriol Plaza), Laotian (Thip Khao), French (Bistro Bis), and Wiseguy Pizza, among others—a foodie footprint that’s expected to grow as development in the area continues.
And yes, there’s a Starbuck’s nearby.
Prices start at $549,990. For more information check out their website.
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