Watergate at Landmark

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Built in 1975, Watergate at Landmark is a gated community with 24hr security, comprise of 4 buildings with interconnected underground tunnels thru underground garages.  Suttle bus goes to and from Kings Street Metro Station, as well as various shopping centers see schedule here.

Amenities includes indoor and outdoor swimming pool, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, fitness center, basket ball court, volleyball court, racquetball court, just to name a few, click here for a complete list.

Building 1-3 each have 10 different floor plans (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, and K); Building 4 has 7 different floor plans (E, F, G, H, J, K, and L)

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