Northampton Place Condominiums - Alexandria, VA
Northampton Place is one of Alexandria, Virginia’s newer high-rise luxury condominiums. Located north of the I-395 in the West End neighborhood, this 16-story tower was completed in 2004. With a contemporary brick and glass design, the complex is lined with balconies and home to a whopping 275 residences plus ground floor commercial space.
This multi-wing development can be found at 3101 North Hampton Drive, just off King Street in Alexandria’s 22302 zip code area. This is the most northwestern sector of the city, just a few blocks from the Arlington border. Condos for sale in this popular building come with an extraordinary number of unique floor plans, including some fun and unusual room shapes due to the number pf exterior angles.
There are studios, one bedrooms, one bedroom and dens, two bedrooms and two bedroom with den models. The sizes are also intriguing—a roomy 601 square feet for studios, all the way up to 1940 square feet for an exceptionally large bi-level residence. Condos for sale in this full-service building have recently listed in the mid $300s to high $400s.
Inside these bright and spacious units you’ll find true floor-to-ceiling windows and hardwood floors. The vast majority of models have either balconies or sunrooms, and many have fireplaces as well. The open-design kitchens come with the usual bells and whistles—granite counters, oversized cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances. All units also come with washer and dryer combos.
As for common amenities, there are plenty. Northampton Place in Alexandria features a large lobby, twenty-four hour security and concierge service, and secure parking. There is also a state of the art fitness center with sauna, and a rooftop pool and deck. You can also add a library, a billiards room and a club room with a kitchen, a wet bar and a fireplace.
As for the surrounding community, residents at Northampton Place enjoy a highly convenient Alexandria/Arlington border locale—just a short distance from the Village at Shirlington with its arts and entertainment district. The complex is also near to the Bradlee Shopping Center and the historic Fort Ward Park. Commuters can hop right onto the I-395, and Old Town is just a straight shot down King Street.