This expanded Colonial combines traditional charm with the open living spaces that are so popular today. On the main level, the formal living room, complete with a wood burning fireplace, adjoins a separate dining room. Just a few steps away, a spacious, sunny family room with gas fireplace is open to the kitchen featuring cherry cabinets, granite counters, stainless appliances and island seating for four. A cozy sunroom rounds out the first level.
Upstairs, the stunning master bedroom suite has two walk-in closets and a spacious master bath with double sinks, separate shower and tub. The second and third upstairs bedrooms are custom painted and have plenty of natural light. The fully finished basement with full bath walks out to the fenced back yard. Located just two blocks from “The Pit”, this home also has plenty of it’s own enjoyable outdoor space. A large, flat yard and deck create lots of opportunity for outdoor living and entertaining.
- Style: Colonial
- Sewer: Public Sewer
- Days on Market: 90
- Year Built: 1940
- Square Footage: 2929
- Basement: Connecting Stairway, Daylight, Partial, Fully Finished, Improved, Outside Entrance, Rear Entrance, Walkout Level
- Water: Public
- Type: Detached
- Lot Size: 6900
- Appliances: Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Exhaust Fan, Icemaker, Microwave, Oven / Range - Gas, Range Hood, Refrigerator, Stove
- Cooling: Ceiling Fan(s), Central Air Conditioning
- Heating: Forced Air
- Cooling Fuel: Electric
- Fireplace: 2
- Exterior: Brick and Siding
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The City of Alexandria is where the old and new come together. From the historic cobblestone streets, where George Washington once walked, to the vibrant new shopping and dining scene, there is something for everyone in Alexandria. In 2016 it was even voted the most romantic city in the U.S.
Lying just south of Washington D.C., on the western side of the Potomac, Alexandria is a city perfect for those seeking to find a balance between urban and suburban lifestyles. Approximately 7 miles outside of D.C, Alexandria consists of a vast array of unique neighborhoods, historic buildings, private and public schools, and local and government owned businesses.
For those outdoor enthusiasts, Alexandria has a distributed park system that includes 70 major parks and 30 recreation centers, of which Chinquapin is one of the largest, offering facilities for swimming, tennis, racquetball, and other sports. Looking for a jogging path or a place to ride your bike? Look no further that the Mount Vernon Trail! Running through Old Town near the Potomac River to Roosevelt Island in Washington, D.C., this trail is not only great for you, but also for our four-legged friends! Is it a hot summer day and in need of some family fun? Take a trip to Cameron Run Regional Park where you will find a wave pool, waterslides, miniature golf and batting cages. Family or friends flying into town for the weekend? With Reagan National Airport only minutes away, have your guests take the metro to the King Street Station where you and your guests can take the free Trolley down King Street to enjoy dinner and drinks on the waterfront!