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The Weslie

The Weslie is a boutique condo building constructed in 1981 with just 40 units.  Tucked away in a quiet section of Arlington at 1401 Oak Street N, the Weslie spans ten stories and recently renovated its lobby to reflect modern tastes.  Ranging from 1,110  - 4,024 sf, residences are unusually spacious with two-story great rooms, 12’ ceilings and 2 and 3-story floor plans.  Floor to ceiling windows allow residents to enjoy the stunning views of the Potomac, National Mall, and many of the monuments.  The Weslie employs a 24-hour front desk, offers secure underground parking as well as guest spaces, and also maintains an onsite fitness center.  Dogs and cats under 24 lbs. are allowed at The Weslie.  The building is served by the Rosslyn Metro Station. 

The Weslie Condos For Sale

The Weslie Condos For Sale September 28, 2020
1
Listed
1
Avg. DOM
$516.15
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$895,000
Med. List Price
1 Property

Recently Sold Weslie Condos

The Weslie Recently Sold Condos September 28, 2020
2
Listed
93
Avg. DOM
$697.17
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,510,000
Med. List Price
2 Properties
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