Arlington home review, 10/18/18

Facts for Buyers: Address: 4755 34th Street North, Arlington (22207). Listed at: $1,240,000 by Christopher Wilkes & Jinny Wilkes, Washington Fine Properties (703) 282-0634 Schools: Jamestown Elementary, Williamsburg Middle, Yorktown High School.

We travel to the always-in-fashion neighborhood of Country Club Hills for this week’s featured property, a Georgian-inspired post-war (1948) colonial that showcases traditional elegance on the outside while offering some peppy exuberance across three interior levels totaling about 3,600 square feet inside.

The updated home is fresh and ready to meet your needs, whether those be daily living or entertaining in style. Add personalized “HGTV” touches for a property that is ready to call your own.

The home currently is on the market, listed at $1,240,000 by Christopher Wilkes and Jinny Wilkes of Washington Fine Properties.

Surrounded by mature plantings and manicured lawns, curb appeal is top-notch. But it’s after we are invited in to explore the interior spaces that the elegance and attention to detail really shines.

The home benefits from a sunny disposition, both literally and figuratively.  Refinished flooring and fresh paint make the home “pop” as we move from room to room, while traffic flow is delightful.

Highlights of the main level include a large living room with windows on three sides and the first of three fireplaces we will find on our tour. The expansive dining room features showstopper views of the rear yard and offers a 10-foot vaulted ceiling.

The kitchen area is open and versatile, while a signature spiral staircase climbs inside a bay-window area. A marvelous touch!

A large den with corner fireplace rounds out the main level.

Upstairs, the owners’ retreat occupies a large portion of the space, with three additional bedrooms plus a linen closet and access to the attic.

The lower level is home to an ample recreation room with fireplace, plus laundry/mud room/storage space and access to the covered patio, rounding out an exceptional offering.

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For information on the home, contact the listing agent. For information on having a house reviewed, contact the Sun Gazette’s real estate advertising department at (571) 333-6272.

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