Arlington home review, 7/11/19

Facts for Buyers: Address: 2845 Lorcom Lane, Arlington (22207).  Listed at: $1,335,000 by Susan Joy, Long & Foster Real Estate (703) 284-9215. Schools: Taylor Elementary, Dorothy Hamm Middle, Yorktown High School.

It will be hard to top this week’s home within its price point, as it manages to combine extraordinary space, a marvelous yard and a stunning, verdant location amid the always-in-fashion Woodmont neighborhood.

From the professional landscaping that rings the exterior to superb attention to detail inside to solid walkability and bikeability scores, this is a turnkey opportunity to find yourself in a stunning location (within the Donaldson Run pool area). Metro, parks, shops and restaurants all are within easy proximity.

The property – with updates galore – currently is on the market, listed at $1,335,000 by Susan Joy of Long & Foster Real Estate.

The architectural appeal of the home is undeniable, and the property sits on a 8,500-square-foot lot, large enough to enjoy throughout the year but not so large it becomes a chore.

Interior spaces are amply proportioned and the traffic flow is very strong, making this a perfect backdrop for entertaining in style. Natural sunlight fills the home, and the color choices are exceptional.

On the main level, we enjoy the living and dining rooms, the eat-in kitchen and a marvelous walk-out family room. And there is a 500-plus-square-foot TV/game/play room with windows on three sides that will serve as the hub for fun family activities.

The master retreat is the highlight of the upper level, with plentiful space, a sumptuous bath and copious closet areas. Three additional bedrooms are found on this level, as well.

Down on the lower level you will find a nicely sized recreation room as well as the home’s fifth bedroom.

A two-car garage is attached, and should you desire, the Rainbow Systems playset/clubhouse in the rear yard can convey.

While the home itself is a delight, the location augments it marvelously. Two blocks in one direction is Windy Run Park and its trails to the Potomac; a few blocks in the other direction is the quiet oasis of Fort C.F. Smith Park. You are a block from the W&OD Regional Trail (with a bike lane at your front door), just a mile to the Clarendon Metro (and an ART bus stop is just 100 feet away) and a minute to Interstate 66.

It’s an opportunity not to be missed!

Articles are prepared by the Sun Gazette’s real estate advertising department on behalf of clients.

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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